Over six weeks of Saturday mornings from April 1-May 6th 2017, gardener-wannabes can get inspiration and practical tips on soil, seed planting, growing vegetables, pruning, and many other key concepts under the tutelage of master gardeners in a classroom setting at Riverwood.
Learn to create healthy food and ornamental gardens without pesticides and harmful chemicals in this inspiring course! Classes run from February 21st to May 23rd at the The Stop’s Green Barn in Toronto, Ont.
Understand the connections between soil, plant, human and environment health in this inspiring course! Classes run from January 9th to April 10th at the The Boys and Girls Club in Kingston, Ont.
Understand the connections between soil, plant, human and environment health in this inspiring course! Classes run from January 19th to April 20th at the The Perkins Centre in Hamilton, Ont.
Everything you need to know about starting annual flower and vegetable seeds indoors. Free PDF download.
Don’t let soggy soil bog you down — these 16 perennials don’t mind wet feet and provide a steady succession of blooms as well as attractive foliage.
Peonies and iris aren’t too demanding. You could apply liquid fish fertilizer in early spring, when new growth starts. Divide iris every few years.
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.
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.