Success with Seeds

Success with Seeds

Success with Seeds It’s around this time of year when millions of Canadians are leafing through seed catalogues or browsing through seed racks in garden centres. They are imagining all sorts of wonderful colour schemes for their garden and anticipating baskets of...
Sustainability in the Garden

Sustainability in the Garden

Sustainability in the Garden As we open the file on a new year, it’s important to be aware that, while gardening is one of the most relaxing, stress-relieving and rewarding of activities, we all need to move toward the realities of sustainability. It also means being...
Gifts for the Gardener (or Gardener at Heart) 2021!

Gifts for the Gardener (or Gardener at Heart) 2021!

Gifts for the Gardener (or Gardener at Heart) 2021! When it comes to gift giving, they say it’s the thought that counts and it’s true! Should you be stuck for ideas, however, we are happy to offer you several. No matter what kind of gardener is on your list, from ‘The...
Holiday Greens and Trees Timeline

Holiday Greens and Trees Timeline

Holiday Greens and Trees Timeline To avoid disappointment, and to keep your holiday décor looking and smelling its best, try using the following timeline to guide your decorating plans. The excitement of the holidays builds a little earlier each year. However, while...
Fall and Winter Vegetable Gardening

Fall and Winter Vegetable Gardening

Fall and Winter Vegetable Gardening In the Lower Mainland, fast crops like lettuce, some brassicas, peas, beans, radishes, Swiss chard, and beets can easily be planted in late summer, especially from started crops or transplants, for harvesting from September through...