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VanDusen Botanical Garden

VanDusen Botanical Garden is in many ways one of the hidden treasures of bustling Vancouver. Fronting onto busy Oak Street...

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Growing a Garden in Deer Country

Still, take heart – even for those areas you’d rather not fence there are ways to plant a garden where...

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5 Tips for Growing Herbs

Pick parsley so it doesn’t go to seed, plus herbs to freeze.

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Make a herb centrepiece

Making a summer herb planter is easy. The container can be anything you choose; the only requirements are that it...

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13 Must-have Herbs

Most herbs prefer full sun and well-drained, organically enhanced soil. After the last frost, give perennial herbs a yearly application...

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Salmonberries

Gracefully arching canes arise from a woody crown often buried in a moss mat. On dry sites the bushes reach...

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Backyard Pond in a Day

There are few sounds more soothing and comforting than moving water – and few better places to enjoy it than...

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Create a living herb centrepiece

Pot up a beautiful herbal centrepiece for the table or back patio.

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Contained Beauty

To recreate this planting you will need two of each of the following: Ageratum ‘Artist Purple’; Helichrysum ‘Icicles’; Osteospernum ‘Soprano...

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Plant an Edible Hanging Basket

Sheena Adams shows us how gardeners with just a sunny balcony can grow an edible garden.

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Perennial Summer

Designed by Kelly Schroeder of Heritage Perennials, this blue and gold container planting “stands at the gate to our back...

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Tomato leaf damage

The damage is caused by adult flea beetles (Chrysomelide). In B.C., you’ll most commonly find the Colorado cabbage flea beetle...

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Hellebore Heaven

Named as the 2005 Perennial Plant of the Year by the Perennial Plant Association, the hellebore flowers for about two...

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Make sugared flowers

Dip your flowers of choice into egg white and dust lightly with granulated sugar to allow the flower colour to...

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Clay quandary

A few plants are adapted to growing in very heavy soils, but you will have to modify the clay for...

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Trees and ponds

In nature, ponds and trees go together like ham and eggs. Yes, you will have more leaves in the pond...

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