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With so much stress and depression in today’s world, it’s great to know that something as simple as a bouquet can help.
For home décor, especially for Thanksgiving displays, it’s hard to beat pumpkins combined with corn stalks and hay bales.
Pungent bulb is one of the Lower Mainland's most viable crops.
It’s wonderful to have a good source for cut flowers in our summer gardens, and cut crocosmias last for almost two weeks.
They are often so light and wispy that the slightest breeze provides gentle movement, adding another delight to the garden.
All beans are legumes, like peas, and fix nitrogen in the soil as they grow, making them an important nutrient crop.
Think outside the flower box when planning your plants and blooms.
Long spring has delayed start, but plant now and they’ll grow quickly.
Get growing if you want to savour the wonderful fresh taste of new vegetables this spring.
Less than 50 per cent of all the seeds purchased actually grow to maturity. Here's how to increase the odds.
Well-established plants can be harvested for about five to eight weeks.
Dormant spraying is an important winter task in the garden.
Cutting back extends the health and life of all the trees in your garden.
Orchids, anthuriums and proteas are some of the more exotic blooms to consider.
The traditional Halloween crop has a rich history, and an even brighter future.
Both colour and blooming time should be taken into consideration to achieve magic in the garden.
Hibiscus is one of the most under-used summer shrubs.
Canna lilies have been around for a long time, but they're experiencing a huge resurgence.
Blooms provide that lift we need during those cold, grey days, and they bring a gentle reminder that spring is on its way.
All pumpkins are indigenous to America and were grown along with corn by native Americans, making them one of the first companion crops.