New documentary, Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf, immerses viewers in Oudolf’s work and explores inside his creative process. Film dates in Canada.
The Second Annual Mississauga Garden Festival featuring The Gardens of Credit Woodlands, will be Sunday, June 24, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Canadian Shield, a vivid red landscape rose with glossy green foliage, is first in a new series of easy-to-grow roses called the 49th Parallel Collection.
When shopping for container plants, it helps to have a list of favourites that you can always count on. Here are Beckie Fox’s suggestions.
Punctuate your garden to create a compelling narrative. Here’s how to use trees and plants as exclamation marks, periods, commas and other signals.
The most effective means of obscuring an an unattractive view is to plant tall, narrow or coniferous trees — often called columnar or fastigiate trees.
If you’re thinking of including some native plants in your garden, 5 plants worth trying: foamflower, Culver’s root, Joe Pye weed, Swamp milkweed, bugbane.
Long favoured by British and European gardeners, sanguisorbas (burnets) are starting to show up in Canadian gardens. These understated perennials are hardy.
Gooseberries are one of the easiest fruits to cultivate successfully. Gooseberry plants are compact, easy to grow and hardy.
In its 5th year, annual Garden Days events in 2018 start on National Garden Day on Saturday, June 16. Garden Days 2018 runs June 16 to 24. List your event.