Paul Jung, owner of a Toronto organic and ecological gardening services company, muses about some potentially funny "gardeny" thoughts, observations, and ramblings about gardening in his zone 5ish Canadian city.
Detail of a Fragrant Snowball (Viburnum x carlcephalum) bloom
When we started planning our garden circa 1993, admittedly my wife and I knew very little in terms of plant selection. I suppose, like many other new homeowners, we were preoccupied by little distractions like a leaky roof and an ugly kitchen. The backyard was literally a junkpile! But we knew that we "needed" a plant that would give off a nice scent when we imagined ourselves relaxing on an imaginary deck some time in the distant feature.