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Grow a Winter Wonderland

Winter in the garden is far from dull. For rain climates, some plants actually look their best during or just...

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Trim Your Tree

The myriad of growth habits, shapes, scents and colours of trees available is reflected in the realm of decoration: dazzlingly...

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The GardenWise guide to choosing a Christmas tree

Confused about Christmas Trees? You're not the only one. Douglas Justice takes the mystery out of choosing the perfect tree...

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Add winter colour with a container of foliage

Best in full sun or partial shade and hardy to zone 5, ‘Gold Splash’ looks great in containers and has...

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Strange But True…

Although the male flowers of Helwingia japonica are small and not showy, they are still quite special: the flowers emerge...

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Chill Thrill

A late snowfall caught this spike winterhazel in bloom, a dusting of powder accentuating its cheerful blossoms. Truly a four-season...

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Pungent Oregano

Did you know that oregano was Herb of the Year in 2005? Origanum vulgare self-sows, gets weedy and lacks flavour,

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Know Your Beneficial Insects

Hover flies – also called syrphid flies – are among the most voracious and hardy of our native aphid predators.

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Moth Orchids

Among the easiest orchids for home gardeners to care for – and get to rebloom – are those in the...

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Great Grasses!

Hybrid maiden grass (Miscanthus x giganteus) flourishes in moderately fertile soil that’s moist and well drained. The tallest of all...

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Great Grasses

Hybrid maiden grass (Miscanthus x giganteus) flourishes in moderately fertile soil that’s moist and well drained. The tallest of all...

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Winter planning

In this season of dormancy, inspiration for next year's garden springs to life.

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Pacific Crabapple

This delightful wild apple tree is a good bet for heavy fruit production in small-sized gardens.

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Plant Companions: Roses and Lavender

Lavender is a natural insect repellent, protecting young rose shoots from aphids, thrips and earwigs.

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Growing Herbs for Seed

Coriander (Coriandrum sativum): The plant is known as cilantro, and its parsley-type leaves are used in Mexican and Asian cooking.

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Using Wood Ash in the Garden

Ash from wood stoves and fireplaces can be recycled in our gardens.

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