The focus is on people in Garden Making issue 31 – the garden makers of Canada’s past, present and future. We’ve listed 20 examples of Canada’s “green gang”
Help us list Canada’s Green Gang – designers, conservationists, urban homesteaders, plant breeders, educators, entrepreneurs, horticultural therapists, etc
The New Natural Garden issue from Garden Making magazine encourages gardeners to let nature help guide the design of gardens. Digital download or delivery.
Issue No. 29 of Garden Making magazine for spring 2017 focuses on plants, with a cover photo of a ‘John Cabot’ rose.
Issue No. 28 of Garden Making magazine is full of design ideas for gardens in small spaces. Articles include plans for small spaces from 5 garden designers.
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.
The spring 2016 issue, Garden Making No. 25, Plants & Plans, is full of garden design ideas for small gardens and big gardens. Enjoy blooms all year long.
The company that owns Canadian Gardening magazine, TVA Inc., says that the magazine will stop publishing after its Spring 2016 issue in March 2016.
Garden Essentials. Issue No. 24 of Garden Making. Provides colourful planting plans, plant lists for various situations, practical tips, advice about tools.
Louise Thompson won Garden Making’s Garden Discovery Contest and took a VIA Rail first-class trip to visit Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens in Nova Scotia.
Community organizations, garden clubs, horticulture associations, schools, and municipalities are encouraged to apply for 140 Friendship Tulip Gardens.
Visit gardens helps you explore the creativity of garden design – how someone else arranges plants, combines colours, positions paths or places ornaments.
Visiting gardens farther afield also offers up lots of inspiration, especially garden design ideas that can be transplanted to your own space.