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Powdery Mildew

If you’ve recently noticed your rhododendron behaving oddly, it may be affected by powdery mildew. This fungal disease attacks broad-leaved...

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Garden Calendar - February

Dig out your seed-starting trays and check for any new items you may need this year to start your seeds.

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Earliest-blooming bulbs

The first flowering bulbs to poke up through the fallen leaves and snow, January through March.

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Deer-resistant Plants

Deer seem to avoid aromatic plants such as rosemary and lavender. All these plants listed are suited to a warm,

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Garden Calendar - January

Explore the possibilities for your next spring garden. If you haven’t sent for a new seed catalogue yet, now is...

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Deer-Proofing the Garden

There are all kinds of deer-proofing strategies we never bothered to pursue. For example, we’d heard that deer soon learn...

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Deer-resistant and Drought-hardy Garden

Bowen Island may be only a short ferry-ride away from West Vancouver, but for Kathy and David Leishman, it was...

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Forever Green

Whether we meticulously plan pleasing colour compositions or haphazardly combine the plants we like, the predominant colour in our garden...

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Viburnum Leaf Beetle

Recently a distraught gardener approached me with leaf in hand from his well-established snowball bush – it was riddled with...

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Poinsettias herald the festive season

Few plants evoke the festive season more effectively than poinsettias.

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The hydroponic garden

Keep your thumb green all year long with a soil-less growing system.

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Coming Up Rosehips

When the warm, flower-filled days of summer end with the first autumn rains, I find myself seeking consolation in the...

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Holly

And at Christmastime, my first thought was to jump out and search for the holly’s distinctive red berries. At the...

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Great Scots

I have long admired the majestic beauty of the Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris), and being a native of Scotland myself,

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The “Other” Marigold

The common name “marigold” may cause some confusion. The original wild pot marigold (Calendula officinalis) is a native of...

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Hardy Flowers for the Winter Garden

David Tarrant's favourite winter-blooming flowers brighten up the season's bleakest days.

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