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Garden of Eating

Michael Campbell grew up on the east side of Vancouver, surrounded by ethnically diverse food gardens. He trained as an...

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Invasion of the Tent Caterpillars

Our tallest alders, some 20 metres high, have been barraged with hundreds of these tents, each one seething with 100...

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Natural Wonder

There are many reasons to garden with native plants and even more ways to go about it. Some people dedicate...

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A garden designed for bees and butterflies

A magnet for bees and butterflies, this garden has long-lasting colour.

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Sweet Viola

Called “forward” by Shakespeare for blooming early, violets have been loved and cultivated by humans since 400 BC. In The...

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Sprinker Tune-Up

Here are seven tips from Rain Bird to help get your irrigation system ready for another season of watering. •...

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Pest-Resistant Bulbs

Deer and squirrels consider tulips a tasty treat – and crocuses are pretty high on the list of delicacies too.

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Designing and Installing a Waterfall

Designing and installing a waterfall is easy, with or without a pond. Val Adolph gives us the 1-2-3.

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Weeds in Pavers

Q: I resurfaced my large driveway with interlocking pavers a number of years ago. Ever since then I have been...

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Floppy seedlings

There may be several reasons for leggy seedlings. 1. Air temperature is too high. Warm temperatures are ideal for germination,

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Sowbugs

Sowbugs, or pillbugs as they are sometimes called, are a common complaint of gardeners. They are not true insects, but...

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Mystery mushroom

This is definitely Amanita muscari (highly poisonous!). There are a few populations of it on the west side of Vancouver.

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Prepare Root Vegetable Crops for Storage

While preparing your crops for storage, discard any diseased, damaged or immature roots, as there is no point in storing...

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Grow Gourmet Garlic in a Container

Garlic is a staple in any herb or kitchen garden, but not everyone knows that you can grow it in...

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Fantastic Dieramas

Apart from the pleasure of their presence, other benefits birds confer on us sometimes go unremarked – until one comes...

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A potted hyacinth for winter

Nothing beats the fresh spring-like fragrance of a hyacinth in winter.

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