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Daylily Delights

On the other hand, daylilies, or Hemerocallis as they are known botanically, are superb plants for water-wise gardening. And there...

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The Camellia

Likely everyone in the Pacific Northwest is familiar with the camellia shrub. Camellias bloom in the early part of the...

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Hampton Court Palace Gardens

Anthony Boulder has a big backyard - trouble is, he has to share it with 500,000 people every year. The...

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Double Up Planting Pots

To ensure they can be moved in winter, try planting your plant in a lightweight 19 L (5 gal.) plastic...

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Container Designs: Patio Salad Bowl

A container of salad-bowl veggies makes an attractive addition to the patio, and a useful source for the kitchen.

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Golden Feverfew

The strong chrysanthemum-like scent of both the flowers and foliage thwarts marauding deer, and the plant is reliably disease and...

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The garden pharmacy

Expert advice on creating a medicinal herb garden, plus a simple recipe for a soothing herbal salve.

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Japanese Painted Fern

While the fern's silver-grey fronds, with undertones of red and steel blue, add their own touch of drama to the...

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The Romantic Camellia

I feel perfectly sure that everyone in this part of the world is familiar with the camellia shrub, and what...

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Healthy Gardening

Few things in life bring as much joy as time spent in the garden. Perhaps it’s the basic nurturing aspect...

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12 luscious Lilacs

Heavenly scent and gorgeous abundant blooms make this group of hardy trees and shrubs an enduring favourite in B.C. gardens...

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Blue Cerinthe

Also known as blue shrimp flower and blue honeywort, the Blue Cerinthe is particularly suitable for gardens in the Pacific...

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Create a rose plant booster mix

Elaine Senft shares the recipe for her signature rose booster mix.

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Alnwick Garden

At the end of the 19th century the gardens were at their best with yew hedges in topiary, a double...

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Grow a Row for the Food Bank

Families across BC dependent on food banks to provide vegetables for their table. Why not reserve some garden space to...

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Glory Lily

This exotic plant, originally found in wooded regions near rivers in Africa and India, requires lots of light, but won't...

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