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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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Hurdles and Tuteurs

Manicured lawns may be passé, but you needn’t completely give up the idea of having a tidy garden. Two ideas...

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Doctor Bee

Many people are looking to preventative and alternative medicine as a way to fight disease, with focus on the beehive...

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Making Herbed Honey

To add the essence of herbs to your honey, gently heat honey and stir in dried herbs such as lavender...

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Harvesting Honey

Collecting a golden harvest from the hives is a relatively simple process: Bees are removed from honey “supers” (hive frames...

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Beekeeping: A history in honey

Beekeeping is great for the garden, and the golden harvest is ambrosial.

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Pond pump primer

Most likely what you are referring to is the submersible sump pump that you are using in your pond. Submersible...

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Flower seeds you can start this month (in a greenhouse)

In January and February, your local garden centre will have the latest seeds in stock, with each company showcasing their...

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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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