Phoenix Perennials and Specialty Plants

E-Newsletter: October 2016

The Phoenix Perennials E-Newsletter

October 2016

Celebrating our 13th Anniversary Season!

Hello Fellow Gardeners!

Fall is definitely here now that it's October. It is still one of the best planting seasons of the year - perhaps even better than the spring with nice warm soils and fall rains already beginning. It's time to do another garden project before the year is out, don't you think? We've included for one more issue an article on just this subject outlining why you should take advantage of the fall season for garden renovations and new plantings.

Bulb season is here! Our conventional bulb and rare bulb selections are now in stock. We have tons of beautiful bulbs and bulb blends ready for you to choose from now. We highlight some of our selection below. Make sure to get in soon while quantities last. We are selling out of lots of bulbs. And remember that our bulbs are up front out of the rain. So when it's pouring this weekend you can still come and shop!

Speaking of rare bulbs, we recently sent out a colourful Mail Order Alert on "Unusually Beautiful Tulips and Daffodils". We include it below.

Gary has been getting around media circles lately. Since we last updated you he's been on CityTV once and CFAX Radio's Gardening 101 twice. Check out links to the video and podcasts below.

In mid October the Cypripedium Hardy Lady's Slipper Orchids will be arriving. Check them out below. Once again, these plants are available for pre-order. Fall is the best time to plant them. Order early, some are already sold out.

We announce the winner of the ladder contest for the magnificent Hasegawa pruning ladder. I wonder who won. Was it you? And we announce a new contest for two tickets to attend the Vancouver Tea Festival. Check it out and enter the contest!

Our fall workshop season is underway. Fall Wreaths is this weekend and we have lots of exciting workshops coming up at the Christmas Hurrah! Don't miss the fun!

Cheers, Gary and the Phoenicians




Fall Wreaths
Hellebore in a Handbag
Christmas Wreaths
Christmas Bird's Nest Wreaths
Christmas Centrepieces
Christmas Containers


Rare Spring Bulbs & Cyps
Choose from 135 Different Rare Bulbs & 31 Different Lady's Slippers to Make Your Garden Extraordinary

Available Now at Phoenix or Order ASAP while supplies last for immediate shipping.

Cyps: Pick-up or Shipping in MID October.

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In this Issue

Opening Notes: News, Tidbits and the Phoenix Calendar

1. The Fantastic Fall Sale Gets Underway -- 25% Off on Select Items followed by a 2 for 1 Weekend! The Fantastic Fall Sale
2. Spring Bulbs Are Here! -- Our conventional and rare bulb selections are now available! Lots of beautiful bulbs and bulb blends!
3. In the Media Spotlight -- Gary gets around TV and Radio (Again!)

4. Cypripedium Hardy Lady's Slipper Orchids Pre-Order -- Fill your garden with the exquisite beauty of hardy orchids. Pre-Order Now.

5. Fall Workshops and Seminars 2016 -- Get Confident. Have Fun. Make Life Beautiful. Welcome to our fall workshops and one of the most exciting line-ups we've ever offered.
6. From the Alerts: Uncommonly Beautiful Tulips and Daffodils -- Check out the great content that has come out recently in some of our Alerts.
7. RENOVATE YOUR GARDEN: Fall is the Best Time to Plant -- Find out why fall is perhaps the best time of the year to renovate and plant new plants.


Opening Notes: News, Tidbits and the Phoenix Calendar

The Phoenix Perennials Calendar
There's so much going on at the nursery all the time. Here's your resource to keep track. Also don't miss our Workshop Schedule.
Event Description
Oct 30 Hot New Plants presented by Phoenix Perennials owner Gary Lewis to the Vancouver Island Master Gardeners in Nanaimo.
Nov 2nd Hot New Plants and a talk on Marketing presented to the Saskatchewan Green Trades Conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Dec 2-4 The Christmas Hurrah! | Friday to Sunday December 2nd to 4th, 2016 | 10am - 3pm | Celebrate the Christmas rose, Helleborus niger, and other seasonal delights with winter blooms and exciting workshops. | Register for Our Christmas Rose Workshops


Win Tickets for Two to the
Vancouver Tea Festival

Saturday November 5th, 2016
Dr Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Phoenix Perennials will be at this year's Vancouver Tea Festival to sell tea plants (Camellia sinensis) that you can grow outside in your garden and harvest your own tea! We'd like two lucky customers to have the chance to join us there to take in the festivities, workshops, vendors, the beautiful garden, and, of course, the flavours of tea.

Value: $37.90

To Enter the Contest:
1. Visit the Vancouver Tea Festival site:
2. Find the answer to the two part skill-testing question: Which year will this be in this relatively new annual event?
3. Email us at phoenixperennials at (Yes you have to put the @ sign in there.) with your Name, City, Phone Number, and your answer to the skill testing question. Put "Tea Contest" in the subject line.
4. Deadline for entries is Sunday October 30th, 2016.

Good Luck! One entry per person but feel free to tell all your friends. If one of them wins they might take you with them. We will draw the contest winner on October 31st and announce the winner in the November E-Newsletter. Contest entrants will also receive one email from us notifying you of the contest winner.

Get Early Bird Tickets: If you are one of those people who never wins anything and you really want to go to the Tea Festival, you can purchase early bird tickets now at a reduced rate and save some money. If you win you can bring some friends.


And the Winner of the Most Amazing Ladder Ever is...

Heather P. from North Vancouver!

Congratulations, Heather!

10% Discount Off Your Own Hasegawa Ladder!

If you had your heart set on winning this amazing Hasegawa ladder, Susanne would like to offer you a 10% discount on the purchase of any of her ladders.

When you contact her, just mention the Phoenix Perennials Ladder Contest. Visit her site:

Purchases must be made this month (October 2016) to receive the discount. The discount is open to all Phoenix Perennials customers, even if you didn't enter the contest.

Your gardening and pruning life will never be the same!

Phoenix Perennials owner Gary Lewis and our friend Susanne Osmond, the importer of these amazing Hasegawa ladders.


Canadian Mail Order Catalogue 2016!
Rare Bulb and Cypripedium Hardy Lady's Slipper Orchids Now Booking for Fall Shipping plus lots of perennials available!


Volunteer at Phoenix Perennials with our Hours for Flowers Volunteer Program

Our Hours for Flowers Volunteer Program is for interested gardeners who want to set up a regular schedule with us to come to the nursery and help us with plant care, propagation, weeding, watering and other nursery tasks. You can do any number of hours you like on any day. We just ask that you make it a regular schedule. In addition to our gratitude we will also give you plants!

Contact Patricia by phone (604-270-4133) or email (info at for more information and to start volunteering!


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The Fantastic Fall Sale

25% Off Perennials, Pots,
Houseplants & Succulents

Tues to Thurs October 3rd-13th

2 For 1 Sale*
Fri to Sun October 14-16
All Plants including Perennials, Trees, Shrubs, Vines, Groundcovers, Houseplants, Edibles, Succulents plus Pots, Hard Goods, Fertilizers, and Soil*

Mark your Calendars! Oh Wait! Here's One Now!

October 2015



















25% Off All Perennials, Pots, Houseplants, Succulents








25% Off Perennials, Pots, Houseplants, Succulents
2 for 1 Sale on Everything*








2 for 1*








Oct 30


Phoenix Perennials will close for the season on Sun Oct 30th. We will reopen for one special weekend Dec 2nd-4th for our Christmas Hurrah! and then for the 2017 season at the end of February.
Last Day

*Some Fine Print*

*Some garden art such as driftwood statues and whirligigs are not on sale.

2 for 1 Sale: Buy 1 item at regular price and receive the next item of equal or lesser value for FREE. You can mix and match different items. If you do not wish to take a second item, the first item will be 25% off. No exceptions.

These sales cannot be combined with other offers, deals, vouchers or discounts including our Frequent Flyer Cards and social shopping vouchers. Remember that Auction Mart gift certificates are good only on regular priced merchandise and cannot be used to buy sale merchandise.

The fall sale is not available for mail order purchases.

Spring bulbs remain at regular price through October.


Spring Bulbs Are Here!
Our Conventional and Rare Bulbs are All Available Now at Phoenix

It's time to plant spring bulbs! On your mark, get set, go! Our full selection of cool conventional spring bulbs and most of our rare spring bulbs have arrived. We have all kinds of beautiful bulbs and bulb blends to inspire you. Do yourself a favour and plant bulbs now to lift your spirits come spring after a long, grey, wet winter.

Bulb Inspiration from my Trip to Holland a Few Years Ago
Photo Albums
YouTube Videos

Keukenhof Gardens Photo Album

Tulip and Bulb Fields in Holland Photo Album

Keukenhof Gardens (Video 1): The Wilhelm-Alexander Pavilion
Keukenhof Gardens (Video 2): Visit one small but impressive area of the gardens
Keukenhof Gardens (Video 3): Bulb Plantings Near the Lake
Keukenhof Gardens (Video 4): Zocher Garden Area
Keukenhof Gardens (Video 5): One of my favourite displays

A Note on the Quality of Bulbs

What many home gardeners don't realize when shopping for spring bulbs is that bulbs are graded and sold at the wholesale level based on their size. Retailers can choose what grades to buy. The bigger the bulb, the more likely it will be to flower, the larger those flowers will be, and the more numerous those flowers will be. Top grades usually cost a little bit more but they are worth it for the performance that they offer. You don't want a wimpy little tulip flower. You want a big boisterous tulip flower.

Many big box stores and grocery stores will offer what seems like good deals on bulbs at this time of year but beware: they are usually smaller grades and they might disappoint come spring.

At Phoenix Perennials we carry only the top grades available from the best growers in the Netherlands. Plus we have a lot of cool bulbs and awesome blends to make your spring magical.



In the Media Spotlight
Gary Gets Around TV and Radio (Again!)


Gary on TV
Feed Your World

Plants for Bees, Hummingbirds, and You

with Riaz Meghji on CityTV's Breakfast Television

Change the world around you and make it a better palce. Learn about great food plants for bees, hummingbirds, and humans plus watering tips for new summer plantings and a few cool ideas for fun in the kitchen.

If the video doesn't appear, click here.


Gary on the Radio
Top 10
Rare & Unusual Bulbs

This season I'm doing a monthly series of "Top 10" lists on a variety of topics with Jeff de Jong on CFAX AM 1070's Gardening 101. Listen to the podcasts and have a look at the descriptive catalogues to learn more about all kinds of cool plants for your garden.

Listen to the Podcast | Download the Catalogue


And if you missed them, check out our previous interviews this year:

"Top Ten Unusual Plants for Summer Colour", Gary Lewis with Jeff De Jong, Gardening 101, CFAX AM 1070, Victoria, BC | Listen to the Podcast | Download the Catalogue

"Top Ten Plants for Summer Colour", Gary Lewis with Jeff De Jong, Gardening 101, CFAX AM 1070, Victoria, BC | Listen to the Podcast | Download the Catalogue

"Top Ten Plants for Kids and Husbands", Gary Lewis with Jeff De Jong, Gardening 101, CFAX AM 1070, Victoria, BC | Listen to the Podcast | Download the Catalogue

"Top Ten Unusual Edibles", Gary Lewis with Jeff De Jong, Gardening 101, CFAX AM 1070, Victoria, BC | Listen to the Podcast | Download the Catalogue

"Top Ten Plants for a Fragrant Good Time", Gary Lewis with Jeff De Jong, Gardening 101, CFAX AM 1070, Victoria, BC | Listen to the Podcast | Download Catalogue (2.4 Mb)



Cypripedium Lady's Slippers
31 Different Hardy Orchids for Canadian Gardens

We are excited to offer our largest selection ever of hardy lady's slipper orchids for Canadian gardens. These Cypripedium hybrids possess hybrid vigour -- they have inherited the best traits of both parents -- and are much easier to grow than species orchids, have beautiful flowers in amazing colours, and clump up very quickly into amazing displays in the part shade garden. They bloom in late April and May offering an exquisite show in the garden.

Most are "officially" hardy to zone 4 while some are hardy to zone 3 and even zone 2! Even the zone 4 plants may be hardy in protected spots in zone 3 with mulch and good snow cover. Indeed, we have customers in Alberta and Saskatchewan who are growing Cypripedium outdoors with great success.

We are currently offering 31 different lady's slipper hybrids for shipping to our mail order customers and for pick-up at Phoenix by our local customers in mid October 2016. All are top quality, blooming size, many with multiple eyes, and should flower in the spring. Here they are:

We will be providing them to you bare root. All you need to do is plant them directly into a well-drained location in part shade or morning sun. A winter mulch of fallen leaves or conifer boughs or needles can be helpful in the first winter. We'll provide you with detailed instructions when you receive your plants.

For mail order customers, October is the only time of year we ship Cypripedium lady's slipper orchids so please take advantage.

For our local customers, though we do offer them in growth in spring on site at Phoenix, buying and planting them in fall ensures our local customers the widest possible selection and potentially greater and quicker success in establishment. They arrive bare root and super fresh. Planting them directly into the garden in fall is the best way to establish them even for local customers. Mulch with a pile of leaves after fall planting.

Please note: Because we must pay our suppliers in advance, we will process payment of Cypripedium orders at the time of ordering. Should a cultivar not be available at the time of shipping/pick-up we will give you the choice of substituting a different cultivar, receiving a refund, or having a credit applied to your account for a future order.

Ordering: Visit Phoenix Perennials Mail Order for full details. Mail order and local customers should both place your orders through our mail order system. When checking out, local customers should select the pick-up option. Mail order customers should select their preferred shipping method. Have fun!



Fall Workshops & Seminars 2016

Get Confident. Have Fun. Make Life Beautiful.

Welcome to our Fall 2016 workshops and one of the most exciting line-ups we've ever offered including our FREE Gardening 101 Series designed for beginner and intermediate gardeners and our FREE Young Sprouts Kids Club. Join us to fill in your knowledge and create beautiful things.


Online Registration: We use online registration so you can book workshops 24 hours a day seven days a week. Registration is through two of the most trusted names on the internet: Constant Contact and Paypal. Both use secure servers so you can feel safe paying online. You do not need a PayPal account to pay. They will simply process your Visa or MC on our behalf. If you wish to register by other methods please call the nursery at 604-270-4133 or visit us in person.



CONTAINER SERIES | Fall Wreaths | Kate | Sat Oct 8, 10am-12pm | $45 | Wreaths aren't just for Christmas or summer succulents. They can also make for a gorgeous fall display to adorn your home and garden. In this workshop you'll be presented with a variety of dried berries and flowers, corn husks, greenery, gourds, miniature pumpkins and more. Then you'll create your very own just in time for Thanksgiving! If you like, you can bring some materials from your home garden to include in your wreath. Look for dried flowers, berries and other autumnal interest.



THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Do-It-Yourself Indoor Christmas Rose Container | Fri Dec 2nd-Sun December 4th, 10am-3pm | $30 + tax (Includes one budded/blooming hellebore and all the fixings.) | Come any time during the weekend and set yourself up at our self-serve craft tables. Select your blooming Christmas rose reserved for you, choose a clay pot or a festive metal container and decorate it with organza, ribbon, moss and winter twigs. A trusty Phoenician will be nearby if you need help.

This quick do-it-yourself project is great for decorating your home at Christmas or for gifts for friends and family at Christmas parties and gatherings. You'll probably want to do a few of them and you'll probably want to bring a friend.

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Hellebore in a Handbag | Kate | Fri Dec 2nd, 1-3pm | $45 (Includes purse and hellebore) | It's come to this, fellow gardeners. We're going to Hellebore in a Handbag for Christmas! With this unique project we'll plant up a Christmas rose in a moss purse with some friends & add festive winter greens. Last year I wasn't sure how our many (female) attendees were going to be able to fit any additional plants into their purses with such a large gorgeous hellebore. Somehow I underestimated everyone's ability to stuff their purses full of all manner of necessities!

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Rose Wreath Making Workshop | Kate | Sat Dec 3, 10am-12pm | $60 | Decorate your home for the holiday season with your very own Christmas Rose wreath! Kate will teach you how to design and build a festive, florist-quality wreath with unique greenery and dried pods and cones. She will then teach you to incorporate Christmas roses into your wreath keeping it colourful & dynamic!

Our popular wreath-making workshop is a great chance to spend quality time with friends and family while accomplishing a great project to lift your spirits through the short days of winter.

Registration includes all materials such as wreath frame and greenery. You may also bring greenery or twigs from your own garden to use in your wreath.



THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Rose Bird's Nest Wreath Making Workshop | Kate | Sat Dec 3, 1-3pm | $75 (Includes hellebore.) | This class for advanced wreath-makers or ambitious beginners takes what we normally do in the our original wreath making workshop and builds on it with more creativity including nesting a potted hellebore within your wreath that looks like an adorable birds nest with white birds (hellebore flowers) peaking out.

Registration includes all materials such as wreath frame and greenery plus a hellebore. You may also bring greenery or twigs from your own garden to use in your wreath.


THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Rose Centerpiece Workshop | Kate | Sat Dec 4, 10am-12pm | $75 (Includes hellebore.) | Here's another way to bring a hellebore inside for Christmas cheer - as a centrepiece for your Christmas table. You'll create a beautiful ring of winter foliage centred with a beautiful hellebore that you can plant in your garden in winter or spring. You can also use this centrepiece as a decoration for an outdoor table where it will bloom for months, often well into April!

Registration includes all materials and greenery plus a hellebore. You may also bring greenery or twigs from your own garden to use in your wreath.


THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Rose Outdoor Container Workshop | Kate | Sun Dec 4, 1-3pm | $20 | Wow your Christmas guests as soon as they arrive at your front door or enliven your patio with a fantastic outdoor winter container centred with a glistening Christmas rose, Helleborus niger, and other great perennials and shrubs that offer winter interest. Kate will lead you in the design, planting and final decoration of your planter with winter twigs and greens.


Register Now!

We hope to see you this fall in our workshops!



From the Alerts
Check out some of our recent subject-based Alerts. Are you getting them? Make sure to sign up to all your favourite subjects! Some of them we include later in our e-newsletter, others only the Alert subscribers receive!


New Alerts!

Rare Plant Alert -- Are you a sophisticated gardener? Always looking for the rare and unusual? This occasional Alert is for you! You'll be the first (and perhaps only) one to know about rare plants (often available only in small quantities) so you can get them first and satiate your plant lust.

Small Space Alert -- Do you garden on a balcony, patio or postage stamp backyard? Subscribe to this occasional Alert to learn about plants, pots, and other paraphernalia that would be perfect to maximize your small space.

Add One or Both of Our New Alerts and Change Your Preferences
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Fall is the Best Time to Plant

[We're keeping this article in the E-News for one more issue to make sure you've read it. Have you read it? Don't make us publish it again! ;-) There are so many benefits to fall planting.]

Now that summer is winding down and you have spent most of the season with your garden you are now keenly aware of your triumphs and of the things that didn't go so well. Perhaps a handful of plants didn't perform and need to be moved to a different location. Or maybe a whole section of your garden just isn't working and hasn't been for years.

There is a time for caution and there is a time for action. Fall is a time for action. With temperatures cooling and the rains starting, fall is a great time to plant perennials, shrubs and trees. And since you can clearly see what is and isn't working right now in your garden-- as opposed to trying to remember next spring what you meant to change -- fall is the perfect time for a garden renovation while ideas are still fresh in your mind.

As it turns out, fall is not only one of the best times to move existing perennials it is also one of the best times of year to plant new plants in the garden, perhaps even better than spring. Here's why you should do some fall planting and renovating:

Big Plants: Plants purchased from our nursery in the fall have, for the most part, been growing for an entire season so they are big and full and ready to rumble! These same plants were just little babies in the spring. These big fall plants will establish very quickly in the garden owing to their size and to the favourable fall conditions.

Soil Temperatures: In spring the soil warms up much more slowly than the air. Cold spring soils can shock plants and set them back by weeks. In the fall the soil temperatures are warm and inviting for new plantings and their eager roots. Warm soil promotes fast, strong root growth allowing perennials to establish before winter.

Air Temperatures: The warm daytimes and cooler nighttimes offer moderate temperatures that do not stress plants allowing them to quickly overcome transplant shock and establish.

Precipitation: The gradual increase in precipitation through September and October into November results in soils with good available moisture for root establishment.

Length of Time for Establishment: Planting in September and October still gives plants a long time to get settled before the first hard frosts come, usually in December.

Insects and Garden Pests: Humans aren't the only ones thinking about hibernating at this time of year. Insects and other garden pests such as slugs are becoming less active and will soon die or go dormant for the season. Fall plantings reduce the risk of insect attack and plant damage.

Getting a Jump Start: Most people become a bit overwhelmed in the spring with all the planting and garden chores. By planting in the fall you can shorten your spring "to do" list.

Better Displays in the First Full Season: Because perennials, shrubs and trees establish so well in the fall, your plantings and their subsequent foliage and floral displays will be almost a FULL YEAR ahead of any plantings you make next spring just by planting 6 months earlier. You'll have bigger, fuller more smashing gardens sooner.

Here are some suggestions for going about your garden renovation this fall:

1. Take a walk around your garden and look for an area or areas that most bug you. Make sure the area you choose is a manageable size so you can complete your renovation in a weekend or two.

2. Ask yourself what is and isn't working in that area -- life is too short for plants that you don't love and for garden areas that are not beautiful. Dig out the plants that aren't working. If they are worth keeping, save them to plant in another area of the garden or give them to friends. With perennials, make sure to trim off a third to a half of the foliage to help minimize transplant shock. For shrubs whose shape you will not damage by trimming off some of the growth, dig up, trim and move. For shrubs and trees with architectural forms, wait until they are fully dormant or until November to move them and remove only minimal foliage.

3. Now look at the plants that are working in this area. Are they in the right place? Perhaps a plant looks great in this area but is so happy that it's growing taller than what you expected. If you need to shift some plants in the bed dig them out with as big of a root ball as possible and place them in a better location.

4. Now you're going to need some new plants. Look at your existing bed and decide what's missing in terms of height, foliage colour, flower colour, and bloom time. Make a list of your needs and come visit us at Phoenix. If you bring a picture of your garden bed renovation we could help you with some advice for the perfect plants to get this area of your garden spruced up and gorgeous for the upcoming year.

Have fun with your fall garden renovation and new plantings!


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One of the largest and most exciting selections of perennials in Canada.

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