Articles by Jodi DeLong

Lonicera caerulea, more commonly known as haskaps. (Photo by Wikipedia)

Meet the haskaps

Jodi DeLong

Hardier and earlier than other berries, haskaps also bring their distinctive flavour to the table.

Blooming where we’re planted

Jodi DeLong

We may garden for many different reasons, but one of the best of reasons is the camaraderie that we gain from having a passion for planting, writes Jodi DeLong.

Well-used — and loved — vintage gardening books. (Photo by Jodi DeLong)

In praise of older garden books

Jodi DeLong

Like most gardening addicts, Jodi DeLong has a deep and abiding love — some might call it an obsession — for gardening and plant books.

Ostrich ferns (Photo by Jodi DeLong)

Fiddleheads for spring

Jodi DeLong

In May, fiddleheads are a rite of spring in Atlantic Canada. Ostrich ferns are the source of the delectable fiddlehead.

Red Hot Returns daylily (Photo from Heritage Perennials)

Hepaticas: harbingers of spring

Jodi DeLong

What garden event signifies to you that spring has really, truly arrived in your part of the country?