With so much interest in listing of garden events, we wondered which format would be preferred to view events: a calendar or a list by dates.
HortusTV, the web-based service offering TV shows about gardening, has discontinued operations.
New documentary, Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf, immerses viewers in Oudolf’s work and explores inside his creative process. Film dates in Canada.
This is the time of year when many local groups organize plant sales as fundraisers. The plants often come from member gardens or local nurseries.
More than 1,000 Garden Making readers took the time to answer our recent survey about municipal tree protection bylaws, with 375 providing comments.
The spring 2018 issue, #32, Garden Solutions, is the final print edition of Garden Making magazine.
In Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, known for its national historical significance, a planning application could have an adverse impact on the landscape.
10 destination gardens across Canada are networking with other gardens and local groups to promote garden visits as part of Growing Our Markets project.
About 80% of almost 10,000 people picked bunchberry (Cornus canadensis) to be Canada’s National Flower in a survey by the Master Gardeners of Ontario.
At the North American Garden Tourism Conference, the Garden Tourism Awards promote the development of garden experiences as tourism attractions.
The Canadian Garden Council in collaboration with the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association have awarded 150 “Canada 150 Garden Experience” designations.
The Stratford Garden Festival this weekend in Stratford, Ontario, is a remarkable local community fund raiser for the Lung Association.
Garden Making issue No. 24, Garden Essentials, wins 2016 Media Awards Gold Medal for best magazine from the Association for Garden Communicators (GWA).
The Perennial Plant Association (PPA) in August 2016 recognized Garden Making Editor-in-Chief Beckie Fox with its Garden Media Award.
The Anderson Parkette Biodiversity Garden in Oakville, Ontario, and Sean James of Fern Ridge Landscaping, recognized by the Perennial Plant Association.
The company that owns Canadian Gardening magazine, TVA Inc., says that the magazine will stop publishing after its Spring 2016 issue in March 2016.
Seedy Saturday (or Sunday) gatherings are annual grassroots events where open-pollinated and heritage seeds are swapped. The local events grow in appeal.
Seedy Saturday events start Jan. 23 and continue into April across Canada. There is a comprehensive listing maintained by Seeds of Diversity Canada.
Lost Horizons Nursery in Acton, Ont., is for sale. Expert plantsman and garden designer Larry Davidson started Lost Horizons more than two decades ago.
The Vancouver company that had published Gardens West magazine along with Gardens Central and Gardens East went bankrupt in October 2014.