The spring 2016 issue, Garden Making No. 25, Plants & Plans, is full of garden design ideas for small gardens and big gardens. Enjoy blooms all year long.
Your spring garden containers don’t always need to include tulips and daffodils for a pop of colour. Pair yellow and white primroses with pink hellebores.
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.
Win a pair of $35 tickets to the 5th annual Heritage Vancouver Garden Tour on June 11-12. Proceeds help support the Heritage Vancouver Society.
Before you think about what plants for container gardening, consider what garden pots you have on hand, what needs replacing and what you need to acquire.
Two of Beckie Fox’s favourite spring plant combinations that would be easy to recreate in most Canadian gardens. The first is inspired by Longwood Gardens.
When plants are eager to grow new roots and shoots, by understanding spring fertilizers you can bolster growth and enhance plant performance.
Adding organic matter at the beginning, and regularly throughout the year, is the key to making happy and healthy soil.
We may garden for many different reasons, but one of the best of reasons is the camaraderie that we gain from having a passion for planting, writes snow-bound Jodi DeLong.
It’s better to feed lawns later in spring. Early spring feedings work against the lawn’s more informed instinct to grow roots before blades.
Begonias can flower continuously from June until frost, have blooms lasting over a week, are super easy to grow and come in just about every colour.