What you should do in the fall to put your perennials to bed.

There's a big difference between a gardener's garden and a designed garden. But what's the real difference?

There's all kinds of conflicting opinions on when to prune a cedar hedge. So what's our take on it?

Now that pesticides are banned in Ontario, we need to try and keep our gardens as green and healthy as possible. Here are a few of our tips to help you maintain a healthy garden. By no means is this a complete garden guide, just some tidbits we'd suggest.

There's lots of talk these days about heirloom plants, especially tomatoes. But what's all the hype about heirlooms?

Spring time is here! But we're getting cold nights still. So what kind of planning and planting can we do?

It's always great having plants in the house, but it's worth making sure you select some plants that are non-toxic for your pets.

We all like the idea of having a nice looking garden, but you can also include plants for other purposes.

When the first warm day comes, it's hard to resit the temptation to head into your garden and start working. There are a few things to keep in mind, though, since we do live in a rather cold climate.

Although most kids find very little interest in plants, it's nice to do some little experiments to help them understand the wonderful world of plants around us.

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