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Forcing bulbs for a whenever bloom

For those who just can't wait for spring-flowering bulbs to show their colours, here's how to force bulbs to bloom...

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Barberry Facts

Tips on growing barberry shrubs in your garden.

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Canning the harvest

My childhood home in Burnaby had a cool room in the basement, with a small square hole to the outside.

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Return of the Barberry

Once banned in Canada, barberries are making a comeback among B.C. gardeners smitten with their stunning variety of flowers, foliage...

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How Invasive Plants are Destroying our Eco-systems

“The creep of invasive alien plants across the B.C. landscape represents a disaster approaching the level of the pine beetles...

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How to can tomatoes

Be sure to use the best, freshest tomatoes you can for this recipe for canning tomatoes.

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Historical Herbs

Drying herbs gives your kitchen the ambience of a Medieval apothecary, and their botanical names hint at this ancient history.

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Lovely lemon Balm

Lovely lemon balm is easy to grow in your own herb patch.

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Pumpkins, Pumpkins Everywhere

To store any early-ripening pumpkins for the Halloween celebration, simply wash them down with a damp cloth, then dry completely...

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Pacific Willow

Handsome and fast-growing, willow can also restore damaged soil and fight back invasive weeds.

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Mix Fall Slow-Feed Tree Fertilizer

The focus of this feeding is to improve the plant's winter hardiness and develop a strong root system - you...

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Cook Fresh Herb Roasted Potatoes

• 6 medium-sized potatoes, any kind or a mixture (recommended are Russian Blue, Banana Fingerling or Yukon Gold) • 1 tsp.

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Create Leaf Mould & Leaf Mould Tea

Applied in early winter, leaf mould enriches the soil with nutrients and beneficial micro-organisms.

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Edible Plants

Start browsing now through the edible-ornamental possibilities for your summer garden.

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8 Great Late Bloomers

The waning days of summer present a plethora of gorgeous blooms, including these eight delightful choices suitable for a wide...

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Echium wildpretti

An interesting - and very dramatic - plant has begun to appear in our gardens. I refer to Echium wildpretii.

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