Minter Country Garden Blog
To avoid disappointment, and to keep your holiday décor looking and smelling its best, try using the following timeline to guide your decorating plans.
Hyacinths, Amaryllis and Paperwhites are three winter delights that are specially prepared to bloom easily indoors. Enjoy these indoor flower bulbs in your home while the weather outside turns cold.
With several outdoor tasks essentially done for the year, many gardeners find they have extra time that they’d like to put to use in the garden. At this time of year, however, if you want to stay on top of things, there are some items you should take OFF the to-do list!
October is full of G’s—from ghosts to ghouls to gourds. But there’s also another G that needs taking care of this time of year: gardening.
Garden giants, like tulips and daffodils, may get all the love, but these springtime minors are a perfect way to add big impact in your landscape!
We’ve loved the exotic look of our tropical plants on our patios all summer, but we are moving closer to the cool nights of autumn so… now what? How and when we overwinter these more delicate plants depends on their individual nature and the most tender plants should be addressed first.
Pumpkins, spice and everything nice about fall will be here soon enough, but there are still some tricks you can use to keep your summer garden going!
Winter Vegetables in BC In the Lower Mainland and the Valley, fast crops, like lettuce, some brassicas, peas, beans, radishes, Swiss chard, and beets, can easily go in now, especially from started crops or transplants, for harvesting from September through next March...
Fragrance makes a huge difference to the enjoyment and appreciation of our summer gardens and to our senses. Including even a little in each bed or container will have you basking in rest and relaxation all season long!
From looking lush and vibrant to becoming peppered with pests, our edible gardens can go awry pretty quickly at this time of year. Pests and diseases are in full force right now, so we need to be at the top of our game to keep our gardens healthy, strong and producing nicely for the next few months to come.