A reader asks how to prune the canes of raspberries that produce in July, then a second crop in September/ October.
Hamamelis virginiana, our native witchhazel which blooms in fall, as well as H. vernalis are cold hardy for Edmonton.
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.
Win a copy of Niki Jabbour’s new book Veggie Garden Remix: 238 New Plants to Shake Up Your Garden and Add Variety, Flavor, and Fun.
Dahlia tubers that were put to bed in peat moss in the basement have started to send up shoots. Nick Vanderheide of Creekside Growers says what to do.
We’re taking a “Garden Solutions” approach with the Spring 2018 issue of Garden Making coming in late February. Pre-order your copy now.
On Tuesday, October 24, Royal Botanical Gardens will commemorate the legacy of founder Thomas Baker McQuesten with the unveiling of its newest permanent art installation at the historic David Braley and Nancy Gordon Rock Garden.
Communities in Bloom (CIB) 2017 awards recognize Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, as the winner in the International Challenge (medium-size town).
Canada is hosting International Garden Centre Association (ICGA) annual congress in Niagara Falls from Sept. 17-22 with 230 delegates from 23 countries.
Help pollination in your garden with a pollen bee nest, also known as a mason bee nest. Enter Garden Making draw to win a nest. Also makes a great gift.
The Friends of London Civic Garden Complex will be holding their annual sale of bulbs, perennials, house plants and compost on September 16th, 2017 from 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Canada’s green gang — people who care deeply about horticulture, community and the environment, and the connections between gardening and a healthy planet.
Free download of Celebrating Gardening in Canada – the special Canada 150 section of Garden Making issue 31 with profiles of people and organizations.