A collection of Japanese string art, also known as kokedama. (Photo by Wikimedia)

How to make kokedama

Heather White

Elegant in their simplicity, Japanese moss balls, called Kokedama, are easy to create. We show you how, but be warned—there are strings attached.

Dahlias hail from warmer parts of the globe and can’t withstand our deep-freeze winters. Make sure to properly store your dahlia tubers this winter. (Photo by Joanne Young)

4 steps to overwinter tender plants

Lorraine Flanigan

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.

Checkered lily (Fritillaria meleagris) is a favourite of Karen Achenbach. (Garden Making photo)

25 recommendations for favourite bulbs

Heather White

From across Canada, 25 recommendations of favourite bulbs to consider planting, provided to Garden Making by gardening experts, writers and industry leaders

Colchicums are a welcome surprise in fall. (Garden Making photo)

Fall-blooming colchicums

Lorraine Flanigan

One of the loveliest fall bloomers are Colchicum. Colchicums also make ideal container plants. How to grow, and common misconceptions about colchicums.

Crocus in garden in Fredericton, New Brunswick (Photo by Pierette Pheeney)

When do I split crocus clumps?

Beckie Fox

I have some crocus clumps that need to be split and divided. Do I do that now or wait until Fall planting time?

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