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.

Plants grow at their own pace and the spring temperatures both day and night determine how fast a plant grows. But many healthy plants are returned too early in the spring under warranty. So what do you do?

Many people keep their poinsettias around all summer, but how do you get them to flower again?

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.

Grass Seed

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There are lots of types of grass out there. Not all are suited for lawns so how do you really pick the mix you want?

Every wonder if there's a right or wrong way to mow your lawn? There's no clear-cut answer, but we have some nice tips.

With spring time on it's way (sooner or later) there are a few things you can do to your lawn to get the best success.

Mulches typically serve two purposes in your garden. First, they retain moisture by creating a barrier between the soil and the air. Second, they suppress weeds. But how do you know what mulch to use where?

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