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Deer-Resistant Roses

Apart from their flowers, fragrance and dependability, moss roses have another characteristic that should endear them to gardeners in deer...

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Moss Roses

Sometimes, in gardening as in other subjects, going forward involves looking back to what an earlier generation embraced and then...

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Getting to Know the Natives

Swallowed up by two-room cabin fever during an unexpected rainstorm at a Vancouver Island cottage last summer, my salvation was...

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Clematis Classics

The genus Clematis comprises some 200 species ranging in origin from all over the globe, and encompasses sprawling climbers,

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Great Northern Tomatoes

Louise Jacobs has been gardening for 24 years in a zone 2, 60-day growing season in Quick, B.C., a small...

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Pieris Japonica

Unfurling like red flags, the new leaves of many evergreen shrubs herald the arrival of spring. This burst of colour...

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Cotoneaster

  And so it was with me when, some years ago, I set five excellent young Cotoneaster microphyllus on the western-facing slope of...

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Elysium Garden

By mid June the apple-bough fence is almost covered by roses - 'Henry Kelsey' and 'Harrison's Yellow' flourish. Now a...

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Dianthus

As gardeners prepare for the season ahead, this is the time of year when many organizations unveil their annual selections,

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Garden Makeover: Adding a Welcoming Entrance

Olde and her colleagues took on the challenge of redesigning this disappointing entranceway into a beacon of welcome where guests...

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Growing Tomatoes in Northern Latitudes

The secret to growing juicy, red tomatoes in Northern growing conditions.

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Patio Makeover

It took 12 years and a strict budget, but a West Vancouver couple now enjoys the rewards of their revitalized...

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Patio makeover

A boring bungalow is transformed into a garden paradise.

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Anatomy of a Hanging Basket

The following is a breakdown of the flowers that Claude used in his basket: 1. Verbena Tukana 'Salmon'...

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Leaf miners

Leaf miners overwinter in soil as grubs and emerge as flies during the growing season. There are multi-generations every year.

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Pine Needles for Mulch

Conifer needles that drop at the end of a season form an ideal natural mulch in the forest.

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