2016 Spring Flower & Fruit Garden Tour (+ My Zone 3 Perennial Faves)

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Hi, friends! Today I wanted to give you a little video tour of our front flower & fruit beds and also give you some ideas of what sorts of perennials you can grow in a cold zone like ours (Zone 3). I’m sharing some of my favourite fruit trees, hardy perennial flowers and more hardy favourites in this video tour.

Everything in this flower & fruit bed that we planted last year is coming up again and I’m SO excited. One of my favourites? This Juliet Cherry tree:

Juliet Cherry tree zone 3 perennial

Want to see more of my Zone 3 perennial flower + fruit tree picks? Come take a mini video tour:

Psssst! Here’s what the Morden Blush and Morden Belle roses look like in full bloom. These photos are from my garden last summer:

Morden Belle roses
Morden Belle Roses
Morden Blush Rose zone 3 perennial
Morden Blush Rose

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