Feed Your Plants

Feed Your Plants

Do you want to know the secret of healthy plants? It’s simple. All plants need three things to grow well: sunlight, water, and nutrients. Each of these items work together to help your plants grow healthy and strong.

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May 22, 2024
Tags: Spring Summer
Container Gardening Simplified

Container Gardening Simplified

Container gardens are a great way to dress up a patio or doorway. But it’s so much more than that. These miniature gardens are an opportunity to experiment with gardening trends, explore new flowers, or simply showcase a few favourites.

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May 15, 2024
Tags: Spring Summer
Roses – Types and Pruning

Roses – Types and Pruning

 Roses need full sun, at least six hours per day. Rose Types: Hybrid Tea – Large, many petalled, single or double flowers, usually alone and occasionally in clusters of three to five.

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May 09, 2024
Tags: Spring Summer
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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February 29, 2024
Tips for Arrangements

Tips for Arrangements

Check out these helpful tips and tricks to ensure you get the most out of your fresh floral arrangement!

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February 02, 2024
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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February 02, 2024
No-Fuss Grass: The Beauty of Ornamentals

No-Fuss Grass: The Beauty of Ornamentals

Are you looking for a drought tolerant, fuss-free solution for your gardens? Then ornamental grasses may be the perfect perennial for your landscape. Dramatic in appearance and easy to care for, ornamental grasses are the ideal addition to almost any garden. These perennials add height and texture with their unique variegated leaves and plume-like blooms.

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September 07, 2023
Tags: Summer
Get Ready for Harvest

Get Ready for Harvest

One of the most exciting parts of growing a vegetable garden is harvesting. Regular harvesting will not only bring fresh produce to your table but will actually keep the plants healthier. However, sometimes it can be tricky knowing when your freshly grown produce is ready to be picked. Sunshine, warm weather, and rain can all impact when your crops are ready to be harvested. 

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August 29, 2023
Tags: Summer
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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August 24, 2023
Tags: Fall Summer
5 Plants to Deter Mosquitos

5 Plants to Deter Mosquitos

If you’re familiar with mosquito repellant, or a product called the citronella candle, you may have heard of citronella grass! This lemon scented plant is a popular one, making it one of the most common used in natural repellants. Sitting near citronella grass is often said to be enough to protect you from mosquitos.

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August 18, 2023
Tags: Summer
Perennials for Your Rock Garden

Perennials for Your Rock Garden

A properly constructed rock garden, with rocks and soil elevated in tiers provides good drainage for many small plants that might otherwise succumb to winter and spring wetness.

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August 03, 2023
Tags: Summer
Create a Tropical Paradise

Create a Tropical Paradise

Creating that resort experience at home is easy with our stunning variety of tropical plants. From bougainvillea to the Majesty Palm, the distinctive leaves and brilliant blooms make it easy to mimic the look of your favourite getaway.

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July 27, 2023
Tags: Spring Summer