A reader asks how to prune the canes of raspberries that produce in July, then a second crop in September/ October.
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Hamamelis virginiana, our native witchhazel which blooms in fall, as well as H. vernalis are cold hardy for Edmonton.
Culinary popularity is making the pawpaw tree (Asimina triloba) the next big thing for backyards. Linda Grimo thinks the tree is ideal for urban landscape.
In Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, known for its national historical significance, a planning application could have an adverse impact on the landscape.
Pressed flowers sent to his daughter by a Canadian fighting in war-torn Europe have inspired a remarkable exhibition called WAR Flowers now open in Toronto.
Short and early iris are lovely plants. The flowers are as tempting as their tall bearded cousins, but without the danger of toppling over in wind and rain.
Hellebore blossoms are opening in my garden. Early bees are enthralled with the wide flowers. It can make for unpredictable hellebore seedlings.
Adding organic matter at the beginning, and regularly throughout the year, is the key to making happy and healthy soil.
First thing into the gardening journal was a list of all my seeds. I’ll keep track of progress in my gardening journal, and jot down any new ideas.