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Climbing Vines

When the keen gardener runs out of horizontal space, it’s natural to look around for other surfaces to adorn with...

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Germination Test

Have you ever found some old packets of seed and wondered if the plants would still grow? The germination rate...

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Summertime Blooms

We gardeners love our perennials – they’re versatile and dependable, act as a superb backdrop for plantings of annuals and...

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Gorgeous Grasses

Grasses in terra-cotta pots depict summer with sun-loving ease and tousled nonchalance. The three ornamental grasses shown on the cover...

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Voices in the Garden

It’s a sunny Sunday, and I am absently scuffling strawberries when a voice calls from behind the compost box, “Chi-ca-go!

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Broadleaf Stonecrop

Some of the most stunning plants grow under the most trying conditions. Breathtaking waterlilies (Nymphaea spp.), for example, thrive with...

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Fruit-Tree Frenzy

After last year’s rush on fruit trees, you'll want to decide now what to plant this spring.

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Fascinating Lilium

Many years ago, when I was starting to garden in earnest, I determined that, of all flowers, I had to...

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Gloriosa Superba ‘Rothschildiana’

Give your conservatory or sunroom a lift this summer with this bright beauty. The gloriosa lily is a tuberous perennial...

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Manchurian Pipe Vine

The curious flowers of the Manchurian pipe vine (Aristolochia manshuriensis) hold a special appeal for tiny flies and gnats. The...

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Rhododendrons: A Labour of Love

Each time Dora Kreiss takes me through her quiet woodland garden overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca, I come...

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The Emergent Water Garden

Spring is just around the corner and we just can’t wait to get our hands dirty – and wet, at...

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Native Plants For Every Garden

“Appraise your site and adapt to it; then you’re home free,” says Frank Skelton. He and wife Erin recommend the...

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Container Vegetable Garden

No matter how petite your patio, you can create a decorative kitchen garden, known by the French as a potager.

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Early Blooming Perennials

Is your springtime flower border less than inspiring? Even veteran gardeners find it daunting to choose the best plants for...

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Cardiocrinum giganteum

Mysterious and aloof, Cardiocrinum giganteum (zones 7-9) reaches a height of up to three metres in the woodland garden.

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