Join the Collingwood Garden Club on Wednesday March 8, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. for a presentation by Matt Code of Free Spirit Gardens. Matt will be speaking about ‘Getting Your Garden Ready for Spring’.
Enjoy an early taste of spring at the 17th annual Stratford Garden Festival. The festival is a major fundraiser for The Lung Association, and runs March 2nd to 5th, 2017.
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.
Many new bedding plants are being introduced. Here’s what caught my eye at the 35th Canadian Greenhouse Conference.
In May, fiddleheads are a rite of spring in Atlantic Canada. Ostrich ferns are the source of the delectable fiddlehead.
What garden event signifies to you that spring has really, truly arrived in your part of the country?
When is the best time to provide spring fertilizers to help the plants restore themselves? Acting too quickly can sometimes interfere with what’s best.
When it comes to spring cover, we say “PLANT LOVE” but it could be “PLANT LUST.” Gardeners truly are lusting after plants, warm soil, sunshine, plants.
Pruning is a good way to rejuvenate tree peonies. It’s better to prune tree peonies in early spring, when their pink buds are prominent, but not yet open.