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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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Ornamental grasses: Chasmanthium latifolium

While many ornamental grasses are great for fresh or dried arrangements, Chasmanthium latifolium is among the best.

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Maximizing Root Vegetable Crops

Soil for root crops should be light with good drainage. If your soil is heavy, consider shorter-growing cultivars when purchasing...

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Plant a Shade and Sun Border

Iris sibirica ‘Butter and Sugar’; right: Penstemon ‘Sour Grapes’; left: Hosta ‘Minuteman’

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A Drift of Thrift

Near the beginning of the alphabet you will likely encounter a reliable and colourful native, the sea-pink, or thrift (Armeria...

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Made for the Shade: Shade-loving Plants

David Tarrant offers his favourite shrubs and perennials to enhance those shady areas of your home garden.

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Rhodos Rediscovered

However, had he wandered into the village and chanced upon the property owned by George Fraser, he would likely have...

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Join a Garden Club!

There are over 130 clubs in B.C., ranging from a focus on specific plants to general gardening. For information, contact...

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Those wonderful wasps in your garden

Gardeners know the benefits of bees pollinating flowers and improving fruit crops, but many neglect their cousins, the wasps, who...

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Native BC Plants and Your Garden

Want to learn more about incorporating native species into your garden? This handy Q&A offers a good primer on water...

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Julie’s Clematis Picks

A couple of maxims immediately spring to mind when the subject turns to clematis; the first, “head in the sun,

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Stalwart Perennials for Low Maintenance

“Plant three plants instead of one,” Julie advises. This approach not only creates more impact in a large space but...

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English Country Meets West Coast

For 12 years, the Southlands property of gardener Julie Lane Gay and her husband, Craig, has been in the business...

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Stop and smell… a hyacinth

From January to March potted hyacinths are available in all their colours: pink, blue, purple, white and more recently a...

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Make a red-hot wreath

How to make a non-traditional wreath using hot chili peppers for a long-lasting effect. (In fact, the wreath gets more...

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