Training Your Tomato

Training Your Tomato

Training Your Tomato By Dave Van Raay Tomatoes are our favourite part of summer. They capture all the nostalgia of our parent’s garden, and are a juicy taste of the best of Canadian gardens. They’re easy to grow, offer endless choices to gardeners, and have a...

Hydrangeas 101

Hydrangeas 101

  Hydrangeas 101 By Dave Van Raay Hydrangeas are a summer stunner and one of Canada’s favourite shrubs. Not only do they gain popularity for their significant and vibrant flowers, but the secrets surrounding their chameleon-like colour changes have more...

Your Guide to Pruning

Your Guide to Pruning

Your Guide to Pruning By Dave Van Raay Often times, Sue and I will take the long way home, detouring through Chatham’s beautifully landscaped suburbs. Large, mature specimens in an array of vibrant tones are what make our town’s curb-appeal stand out amongst thousands...

The Benefits of Gardening in Containers

The Benefits of Gardening in Containers

The Benefits of Gardening in Containers By Erin Robbins Gardening certainly seemed much simpler when we were young. You could walk down any neighbourhood street and expect to see all the same geraniums, marigolds, and lobelia in tidy beds on front lawns. In the past,...

Nematodes and Japanese Beetles

Nematodes and Japanese Beetles

Nematodes and Japanese Beetles By Erin Robbins   “Together, even the smallest can achieve the greatest goal.” – A Bug’s Life For many gardeners, their garden is so much more than just a hobby. We take the time to nurture our plants and enjoy them for...

New Garden Favourites for 2018

New Garden Favourites for 2018

New Garden Favourites for 2018 By Erin Robbins “My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece.” -Claude Monet In a Nursery, we see change more often than not. While classics remain, hybrids pop up, new colour varieties appear, and trends shift. This year, we are seeing...

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