January Winter Damage

January Winter Damage

January Winter Damage Dealing with Winter Damage, Q & A  First step, carefully assess the damage. Second step, look for the wisest solution.  Yes this winter is a tough one but trees, shrubs, and plants have a remarkable way of bouncing back, especially if we give...
DIY Winter Greens Baskets

DIY Winter Greens Baskets

DIY Winter Greens Baskets Hanging baskets in winter? You bet! The trend of winter greens hanging baskets has certainly taken off, so hopefully you’ve saved your scruffy, tired-looking moss hanging baskets from summer, because they’re the perfect canvas for gorgeous...
Top 10 Things To Do in your Garden this Month

Top 10 Things To Do in your Garden this Month

Top 10 Things To Do in your Garden this Month November is an important month for many things in our gardens! To help keep your garden in good shape now, and even better shape for the months to come, please take note of the following important ‘to do’s:  1. It’s the...
Exceptional Fall Colour from Unexpected Plants

Exceptional Fall Colour from Unexpected Plants

Exceptional Fall Colour from Unexpected Plants When we say ‘fall colour,’ folks inevitably think about large, lovely deciduous trees like maples and oaks. Some may even call to mind a few well-known shrubs like ‘Burning Bush’ (euonymus a.), fothergilla g., or itea v.,...
Bulbs With a Purpose

Bulbs With a Purpose

Bulbs With a Purpose Whether you’re seeking more fragrance or want to plant bulbs the deer won’t eat, we’ve put together some of our best bets for bulbs that serve a purpose in your garden!   Naturalizers  Bulbs that ‘naturalize’ are those that, in a nutshell, spread...