Winter brings snow to many places throughout Canada and our greenspaces start to look very different.  Most plants are dormant and access to natural sources of food and shelter are reduced. This means that birds could use some help to find the extra bits of food to sustain them during the long winter months. Helping them out during the colder

Who doesn’t love the holidays? From Christmas trees to festive decorations, there’s one special gift you can share with someone this holiday season. There are many different flowers that you can grow indoors through the colder winter months such as Prepared Hyacinths, Paperwhite Narcissi, regular and waxed Amaryllis. To add to the list of winter blooming bulbs, novelty amaryllis are a beautiful way

During the holidays, it’s nice to have living bouquets around the home, and pretty indoor narcissus like paperwhite flowers are incredibly easy to grow. Sparkling flowers as white as snow make for a gorgeous, sweet-smelling living arrangement just 4-6 weeks from planting. Most indoor narcissi are fragrant, however there are unscented paperwhites for those who prefer scent free flowers. The most

Finding the perfect holiday gift can be exciting, but for some it can cause a bit of frustration. Why not keep it simple with the gift of wax amaryllis kits? These kits come in all different types and styles giving you plenty of options to select from. These waxed amaryllis will last 6 to 8 weeks, bringing joy the whole holiday