Elegant in their simplicity, Japanese moss balls, called Kokedama, are easy to create. We show you how, but be warned—there are strings attached.
From callas and cannas to begonias and dahlias, here are 4 steps to give summer-flowering tender plants the TLC they need to survive the winter.
From across Canada, 25 recommendations of favourite bulbs to consider planting, provided to Garden Making by gardening experts, writers and industry leaders
Garden Making issue No. 27 for fall 2016 celebrates spring-blooming bulbs, how to choose, plant and care for them. Also: double tulips, lilies, birds, more.
One of the loveliest fall bloomers are Colchicum. Colchicums also make ideal container plants. How to grow, and common misconceptions about colchicums.
I have some crocus clumps that need to be split and divided. Do I do that now or wait until Fall planting time?
Spring is not the time to plant spring bulbs. But it is the best time to plan where to plant the spring-blooming bulbs in the fall.
Pamela in Sarnia asks why the daffodils she plants each fall bloom the following spring but never again. Beckie provides tips on what’s needed to re-bloom.
In the fall, you can store calla and canna lilies for next year. Both are easy to overwinter. Dugald Cameron explains how to bring plants indoors.
Tuberous begonias are often flowering at their best in late summer, just when it’s time to bring them indoors. How to store tuberous begonias over winter.
A donation of 100,000 red and white tulip bulbs for Friendship Tulip Gardens will go to 140 municipalities and community gardens from Veseys’s Bulbs.
Order snowdrops now to get them safely planted by the end of September. Snowdrop bulbs require early planting if they’re to flourish.
I reached out to bulbs companies to find out what they think is new and exciting this season, and they gave me a lot of options for flower bulbs.