Beautiful Gardens 2020

Beautiful Gardens number two is in Gloryland, a subdivision in the SW Slave Lake.
Colette and Kevin Cameron have a mixed garden on half an acre. They grow perennials, annuals, and vegetables.
If you would like your garden featured in an upcoming edition of The Leader, or can recommend another beautiful garden, let us know at 780-849-4380!

Colette Cameron in her favourite part of the garden, where she often drinks her morning coffee. Most of the plants are perennials, including lilacs, a bleeding heart, and monkshood.
A centauera Montana bloom. This plant is also called a perennial bachelor’s button. The flower looks like a bachelor button with fewer petals, but the leaves are quite different.
Irises.
The Camerons several types of lilacs, including this one and one with larger petals and clusters.
Lily of the valley.
Pots, a light, and mower wheel by the back deck. The wheel is from a early 1900s mower from Colette’s family’s farm.
The garden has a variety of pots, beds, a vegetable garden, and a greenhouse. Colette inherited the greenhouse from her mother.
Skunks in the front yard. Colette enjoys watching kids on the nearby path notice the skunks and point them out.
Bleeding heart.

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