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Dutchman's Pipe Cactus

How to grow Dutchman's Pipe Cactus from a cutting.

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The National Botanic Garden of Wales

That’s excellent news for gardening enthusiasts bound for Britain because the designation is inspiring even more remarkable garden projects in...

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Ruby Giant

This bright, lavender-coloured, large flowering crocus was the winner of the 2001 Bulb of the Year award, presented by The...

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Canna 'Pretoria'

This native of the tropics adapts to extremes of soil moisture, from hot, dry Mediterranean settings to the more riparian...

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No Stone Unturned

A quest for discarded rocks, bricks and plants paves the path to a remarkable garden on Vancouver Island.

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10 Top Perennials for Garden Walls

Our top 10 perennial picks for building an artistic rock wall.

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Spring-Flowering Bulbs

After the long, grey days of winter, gardeners are always hungry for signs of spring. In coastal B.C., many spring...

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Plant Perennials

The unsung hero of spring is the fall-planted perennial. Most perennials thrive when planted in the fall. By spring they...

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Elephant Garlic

When is garlic not garlic? Elephant garlic (Allium ampeloprasum) is a cool-season biennial that is happy in a variety of...

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Chickadee Tree

Bruce Whittington on the dos and don'ts of feeding wild birds.

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Feeding and Sheltering Birds

Bruce Whittington on natural ways to feed and shelter our feathered friends this coming cold season.

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Daffodil Dos & Don’ts

Ingeborg van Driel on the dos and don'ts of daffodils. 

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Pink Daffodils

Completely pink daffodils, similar to the well-known completely yellow and white daffodils, are not available yet. Present-day pink daffodils mostly show...

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Using reclaimed materials in the garden

Tips to help you enjoy a new career as a rescuer of “experienced” building material and plants.

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No stone unturned

A quest for discarded rocks, bricks and plants paves the path to a remarkable garden.

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Ornamental Grasses for Coastal or Interior Gardens

Ornamental grasses are categorized as either cool-season or warm-season, with either running or clumping growth habits. Cool-season: Grows best at...

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