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Drought-resistant Plants

A dozen ways to beat the heat, plus the secret to keeping drought lovers alive through the long, wet winter.

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Tips from our gardening team

Just like in life, every gardener can think of something learned the hard way through experience. It took two years of...

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Sherry Parks Sunrise

Sherry Parks is a fortunate woman. Along with the traditional Valentine’s gifts of red roses and chocolates, she received a...

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A Profusion of Poppies

Poppies are among the most enchanting blooms of the plant kingdom. Learn about the extensive poppy family of Papaveraceae and...

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Golden Summer

Coleus ‘Amora’ is the focal point of this planting and in addition to being pretty spectacular itself, the hybrid’s butter-coloured...

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Feline-Friendly Garden

In fact, some gardeners grow their catnip under an overturned wire hanging basket to protect the crown from devastation. This...

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Wild About Native Blackberries

Trailing blackberries can be best described as living tripwires; that is, they are trailing woody vines to 6 m (20...

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Choose, Plant and Grow Fruit Trees

Spring is the time to plant new fruit trees or expand your existing collection.

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Shasta daisy delight

Luther Burbank, best known for breeding the shasta daisy, has hybridized or introduced more than 800 varieties of fruits, flowers,

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Driveway dilemma

While it is difficult to make an accurate assessment without actually observing the tree first-hand, it’s probably a safe bet...

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Top Plant Picks for Your Shade Garden

Try these top shade performers for Pacific Northwest gardens.

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Woodland Wonders

Acer palmatum ‘Villa Taranto’ – zone 6 • Asarum europaeum (European wild ginger) – zone 4 • Athyrium otophorum –...

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13 Spring Perennials

David Tarrant shares his favourite plant picks for an eye-popping spring garden.

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The Year of the Sweet Pea

The NGB points out that with the growing ­interest in edible flowers, it is very important to be specific with...

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Freezing Herbs

Use one herb alone such as parsley ­(pictured), thyme, oregano or try a combination of your favourites. Chop just the...

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Daturas

Be that as it may, we now see them in many garden settings, particularly the woody daturas that are now...

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