Most GTA condominium grounds lack planted interest, texture and colour in the month of April and into early May. Most perennials don’t begin to show any interest until late May, with shrubs only sporadically prior to that.
Boards often become frustrated with this lack of early spring impact and, as a result, engage in a frenzy of pansy planting in the containers on either side of the main entrance. This approach leaves the balance of the landscape palette sorely in need of more—that extra touch that can enliven a condo property, while leaving its neighbours behind in the desolation of a post-winter state.
By: Kent Ford
Source: CondoBusiness – Part of the Remi Network