Growing a variety of vegetables is one of the many joys of gardening. This free e-book shows you how to plan a vegetable garden. Enjoy home-grown edibles.
V.J. in Coburg, Ont., has a problem with leaf curl on hydrangea and wants to know how to prevent the leaf curling pest on Annabelle hydrangeas.
Mary in L’Original, Ontario, asks how to get rid of moss in her sunny yard on acidic, heavy clay surrounded by a large cedar hedge.
Starting seeds outdoors can be an economical way to fill your garden with beautiful flowers and nutritious vegetables. Get free e-book download.
Claire in London says her trout lilies (Erythronium americanum) grow and spread happily. The foliage is healthy, but the lilies never bloom.
Here’s 6 planting plans for beds and borders with plant combinations: drought-tolerant; fragrant; ornamental edible border; deer-resistant; night; dry shade
Starting primroses from seed doesn’t always require complicated treatment to germinate. Judith Adam is enchanted by lovely old-fashioned kinds of primroses.
The top of my refrigerator ended up being the only suitable place for starting seeds indoors, because it’s out of the way and close enough to the light.
Starting perennials from seed is an economical way to add new plants to your garden. This free PDF download explains how to grow perennials from seed.
In the seed offerings this year, award-winning Petunia Tidal Wave Red Velour is grabbing attention becuase of its glamorous colour and bold growing habit.
Growing new plants from seeds is one of the most gratifying experiences a gardener can have. Get helpful tips for starting seeds indoors in free e-book.
My dark morning glories are heirloom hybrids of I. purpurea, producing half-hardy seeds that will often remain in the soil over winter and sprout in spring.
Sweet alpine strawberries are small intensely flavoured little berries also known as fraises des bois. The attractive perennial plants make good groundcover.