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Patio makeover

A boring bungalow is transformed into a garden paradise.

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Anatomy of a Hanging Basket

The following is a breakdown of the flowers that Claude used in his basket: 1. Verbena Tukana 'Salmon'...

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Leaf miners

Leaf miners overwinter in soil as grubs and emerge as flies during the growing season. There are multi-generations every year.

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Pine Needles for Mulch

Conifer needles that drop at the end of a season form an ideal natural mulch in the forest.

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Clematis in Containers

The pot should be a minimum of 45 centimetres in diameter and depth. Avoid evergreen clematis, such as Clematis armandii,

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Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Hanging Basket

Make sure you gather all the plants you need for the basket before you begin. A common error is to...

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Clematis in Hanging Baskets

Be sure to use a minimum 30-centimetre basket. Many varieties of clematis will work, but the key to finding one...

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Easter egg radishes

The secret to growing radishes is to plant just a few feet frequently in soil that has not been "fussed"...

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Yellow Pine Tolerance

Yellow pine or Ponderosa pine should have no trouble surviving Alberta winters. The range of Ponderosa pine is very large,

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Glacier Lily

Glacier lily, a member of the lily family (Liliaceae), is a bulbous perennial growing 15 to 30 centimetres tall. It...

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Vancouver Island Gardens

At the Tofino Botanical Gardens, boardwalks move visitors through five hectares of garden, forest and shoreline, while granite rocks line...

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Pot an Amaryllis

To grow in soil: In a pot or container barely larger in circumference than the bulb itself, plant the bulb...

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Artemisia

The artemisias are a group of shrubs, or sub-shrubs, grown mainly for their fern-like, silvery foliage, which, in some cases,

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Great Plant Picks for the Pacific Northwest

The Great Plant Picks program's annual selection includes trees, shrubs and perennials perfectly suited for Pacific Northwest gardens.

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Spring Gifts: Potted Plants

Take a pot, old or new, fill it with potting mix and place a spring bulb - or a handful...

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Springtime Blues: Blue Flowers

Ever-cheery Scilla siberica and other early spring bulbs blanket the ground in beautiful blue.

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