Autumn Colour In Your Garden

Autumn Colour In Your Garden

The Ontario countryside in the fall is a spectacularly colourful landscape that we all admire and enjoy. Many of us make special trips to view the brilliant colours of Maples and waysides adorned with Goldenrod and Asters. But where is the colour in our own garden?

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October 14, 2021
Tags: Fall
DIY Fall Urn Insert

DIY Fall Urn Insert

Your next home project awaits! Creating a fall planter is a simple way to add some colour and interest to your front porch. Check out our tutorial video below. Happy planting!

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October 07, 2021
Tags: Fall Videos
Pumpkin Centrepiece DIY

Pumpkin Centrepiece DIY

There are many ways to use pumpkins, other than just carving! This dried flower-filled pumpkin centrepiece is a beautiful way to compliment your autumn décor. Use our pumpkin vase or a real pumpkin as a base, grab your favourite bouquet, moss, floral picks, a foam base, scissors and you’re on your way.

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September 30, 2021
Tags: Fall Videos
Lantern Centrepiece DIY

Lantern Centrepiece DIY

Lanterns are super versatile and add warmth and ambiance to your home. Why not try adding your own spin with some autumn décor! Simply adding gourds, pumpkins, leaves, twinkle lights and ribbon will bring a whole new life to your centrepiece this fall. 

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September 23, 2021
Tags: Fall Videos
Is your Garden Ready for Fall?

Is your Garden Ready for Fall?

The tail end of summer is one of the busiest seasons in the garden. The slightly cooler weather gives the plants a burst of energy, with beautiful summer blooms, a bounty of vegetables, and unfortunately, weeds. It is also the ideal time for planting fall perennials, spring bulbs, and get your garden ready for the cooler weather.

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September 16, 2021
Tags: Fall Summer
Fall Bulbs

Fall Bulbs

Hardy fall bulbs such as Daffodil, Tulip, Hyacinth, Crocus and Snowdrop are spring flowering plants that must be planted in the fall. They are mostly native to mountainous areas of Europe, as well as Turkey and Afganistan. They actually need the dormant rest period of a long, cold winter. The melting snow and ice in early spring provide needed moisture as they start to grow and flower. Plant from September to December, even after the first frost if the ground can still be worked.

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September 09, 2021
Tags: Fall
DIY Fall Front Door Decorating

DIY Fall Front Door Decorating

Looking to add some flare to your front porch this fall? A simple arrangement of corn stalks, straw bales, fall mums, a not-so-scary scarecrow and a pumpkin will do the trick! This can be a perfect photo-op for kids and can set the scene for the beginning of the fall season!

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September 02, 2021
Tags: Fall
Tropical Foliage Plants

Tropical Foliage Plants

Foliage Plants are like adding a breath of fresh air to a room and in fact that is exactly what they do increase the amount of oxygen in a room. They are also very attractive, decorative and functional, as well as being relatively easy to care for.

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August 25, 2021
Perennials in Bloom: Month by Month

Perennials in Bloom: Month by Month

Not sure when your favourite Perennial will flower? Check out this handy guide below!

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August 18, 2021
How to Make Fresh Flowers Look Their Best

How to Make Fresh Flowers Look Their Best

Want to keep your blooms lasting longer? Follow a few of these simple cut flower care ideas and you will keep your blooms vibrant and long lasting.

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August 05, 2021
Ready for seed starting?

Ready for seed starting?

Starting seeds indoors is a great (and inexpensive) way to fill your garden. It gives you a great opportunity to try new and different varieties of plants, as well as experiment with planting times. 

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January 27, 2021
Freshen Up Your Front Door

Freshen Up Your Front Door

As October draws to an end and Halloween passes, it is time to clean up your front entrance and dispose of what fall and Harvest décor you have, and shift into a new season. It is a common question, and many people ask… “What can I do to my front entrance and outdoor containers to transition into a new look?”

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October 29, 2020
Tags: Fall