Gary Vincent of Oneida gives a tour of the hostas, dwarf conifers, and other rare plants in his garden.
Premiere date: Mar 03, 2001
Wisc Gardener Transcript:
Gary: My name is Gary Vincent. And my garden is located in Oneida, Wisconsin, which is a few miles west of Green Bay.
I plant a lot of hostas, because I was unable to grow grass as my garden became more shaded. Then, a lot of the other plants that I grow are plants that I just find interesting-- rare plants, dwarf conifers, weeping plants-- those are the things that really interest me.
The rarest, and probably my favorite plant in my whole garden, are any of the members of the Koreana family. They've recently been discovered in, I believe, North Korea. And I just love how unique they are.
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The private garden of Gary Vincent in Oneida, Wis. has many interesting specimens of weeping trees including white pine, Abies koreanna aurea, Picea abies pendula, camperdown weeping elm, weeping cherry, weeping beech, weeping European larch, weeping arbor vitae, and weeping concolor fir.