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Plan a Drought-Resistant Garden

This garden design provides captivating colour for any hot spot – and retains structural interest throughout the seasons. Here's how...

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Bitter Cherry

From the coast to the Rockies, this native cherry is a magnet for birds and a vision in the garden.

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Everlasting summer in a Salt Spring garden

This Salt Spring Island dried-flower and herb farm is one of the many gardens in British Columbia where a couple...

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Make Horseradish Salmon with Eggplant

Salmon: • 2 cups (500 mL) julienned fresh salmon fillet • 3 Tbsp. (45 mL) horseradish, prepared • 1⁄4 cup...

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Worms for the Garden

A sure sign of healthy soil is an abundance of worms. Learn about the benefits of worms in the garden...

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Compost Soil Thermometer

Those making compost often wonder how they'll know when the pile is hot enough to properly compost the material and...

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Cut-and-Come-Again Edibles

These garden space savers offer harvest after harvest of delicious leafy greens and are suitable for a container or basket.

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Coneflowers

Spotlight on two coneflowers: Echinacea purpurea ‘Doubledecker’ and Echinacea ‘Mango Meadowbrite’.

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Salad Days

Originating in southern France (the name is based on the French word mesclar, ‘to mix’), mesclun is a mixture of...

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Spider Lily

The flower of this summer bulb looks like a white daffodil with six long, spider leg-like extensions growing out of...

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Tropical Garden Paradise

It really is “a jungle out there” and no one knows that better than Gerry and FranCeen Herron. When the...

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Cheerful Chickadees

t’s a spectacular day in May when a brilliant Western tanager arrives in your garden to feed and rest on...

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Garden Makeover: Creating a Multi-level Garden

Transforming a multi-level woodland garden involved adding a stone pathway.

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Ostrich Fern

Ostrich fern loves an organic soil in dappled shade, so if you have a dark corner in your garden you...

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The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village

In some gardens featuring plants grown by the early settlers, flowers such as poppies and marigolds have precedence in front...

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Mow your lawn safely

Tips to reduce headaches, backaches, accidents and other lawn mower foul-ups.

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