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Not only are they great tasting and decorative, but they are also a great health food
Have you ever wondered why your Christmas cactus always blooms too early or too late for the Christmas season?
The weather has turned milder after the windy chilly spell we had last week, so let’s dress up the outside and inside of our homes...
Winter is coming. So, here’s a cold-weather checklist for your garden...
More than 116 million Dutch flower bulbs have now made their way into Canadian garden stores, import warehouses and greenhouse coolers
By adding some very special mid-season perennials, you can make an enormous difference to the whole look and feel of your summer garden...
I know it’s hot out there, but let’s keep our food gardens growing seamlessly through the summer and into fall and winter...
It’s high time to be out there with pruning shears in hand, cleaning up our trees and shrubs, but we also must be a little cautious
Look at all the outdoor colour potential in other gardens and in garden stores at this time of year...
Canada is the ninth largest Dutch bulb importing country in the world.
Keeps your garden looking fresh and vibrant in autumn
Fall blooming colchicums go by the name of Autumn Crocus, although they are not really a crocus at all...
August is a very important transitional time in our vegetable gardens...
There is a new and very unique plant that deserves some attention. Ardisia crenata (or Coral Berry) has arrived on the market.
I write about these bulbs almost every summer because they are so easy to grow and are so important for fall colour.
After five months of cooler, wetter weather than I’ve ever seen before, we’re about to experience some record hot temperatures.
Summertime in our gardens, whenever it comes, should be the ultimate outdoor…
I’ve never seen a year that has stayed so cold and wet…
Moss, moss and more moss! It is in lawns everywhere this year, spreading vigorously and choking out those poor lawn grasses. In spite of all the lime and moss control applied, it seems to get worse.
The problem with moss is our lack of understanding about why it grows in our lawns. We knock it back each year, but we never really seem to get rid of it. Let's start by looking at why moss grows.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. If you really want to…