When you were a child, did you ever dream of digging up buried treasure? Now that you’re all grown up, you can plant buried treasure this fall and be rewarded in springtime with a colorful display of blooming tulips, daffodils and other early-season flowers.
Admit it. You want a backyard greenhouse. Ever since you started growing plants, you wished you had a greenhouse where you could grow every kind of plant in every month of the year.
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What’s the key to a garden full of healthy plants? Garden experts say the secret is in the soil.
Nobody likes mosquitoes. They are bloodsucking, disease-spreading pests. Not only are mosquito bites itchy and painful, but mosquitoes spread some of the world’s deadliest and most debilitating diseases ...
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Planting a garden is a traditional springtime activity. But what if you don’t have enough room for a garden plot?
Flowering shrubs are often the focal points of a garden. Their size stands out above the flower beds, while their large, colorful and often scented floral displays add a touch of drama—often for weeks at a time.
The Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss Association (CSPMA), a trade association of peat moss producers that accounts for 95% of Canada’s total peat moss harvesting and production, has issued its first Industry Social Responsibility Report.
Have you ever thought about adding a greenhouse to your backyard? As the weather warms up and the garden beckons, don’t you wish you had plants growing in your own greenhouse that could be planted in your garden as soon as the last frost date has passed?