What challenges do you face in your garden? Looking for some suggestions for new perennials, shrubs and groundcovers? We’re taking a “Garden Solutions” approach with the Spring 2018 issue of Garden Making coming in late February.
We’ve posed a series of questions to Garden Making Guest Editor Stephen Westcott-Gratton, who will provide a range of plants that are a good fit for particular situations. Some of the scenarios we’re tackling:
- I need more colour in early spring (more petals, more colour…)
- What are a few easy-to-grow shrubs for a small space?
- What are some under-appreciated perennials I should try?
The Spring 2018 issue is No. 32 of Garden Making. You can pre-order a copy for convenient mail delivery at shop.gardenmaking.com. Pay only $5 per issue when you buy two or more issues of any combination.
About Stephen Westcott-Gratton
Stephen is a horticulturist living in Beaverton, Ontario. Former chief horticulturist at the Toronto Botanical Garden, he also hosted HGTV’s Flower Power and has written several books on gardening. Stephen was senior editor of Canadian Gardening magazine for seven years, is a frequent guest on CBC Radio One and has been a regular contributor to Garden Making since 2010. In summer 2017, he wrote the popular 20-part weekly series Gardening in the Summer of Canada’s 150th on GardenMaking.com.