During the dark days of winter we dream of spring, and during the colourful months of spring, we wish they would never end! So, when spring finally arrives there is nothing more exciting than getting into the garden. With new varieties, colours, and blooms, it can be hard to pick what you want to try this year in the garden.
Spring is just around the corner, and it's time to plan your garden! But what exactly does that mean? Where do you start? What should I plant in my garden? What is the best place for planting shrubs, trees, bulbs, annuals or perennials? What really are annuals or perennials? Sometimes it can feel like a daunting task trying to figure
It is the time of year again when the winter is slowly starting to wind down, you have enjoyed your beautiful amaryllis all holiday season long, and it is finally finished blooming. But that is not the end of your beautiful amaryllis! Did you know that you can save your amaryllis so it comes back and blooms next year? Read
Ever have a month pass by and miss a task which needs to be done? If you forget certain gardening milestones throughout the year, then you are not alone. But don’t worry! We are here to help! Below is a month-by-month list of milestones for gardeners. With gardens ever-changing, there is something to do every month of the year. Be
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
Winter can seem like a darker season for your plants and gardens. But there are some plants that bloom during these months and can bring life to your garden. Our top 3 picks are Hellebores, Eranthis, and Galanthus. These winter blooming plants will add character to any garden and are a must have for winter interest! Hellebores When you think of winter,