garden planning

Tips for a Bountiful Crop

Tips for a bountiful Crop! With concerns over pesticides and modified foods more and more people are turning to their own gardens for ways to fill their grocery list. This can be a challenging task considering many of us just simply aren’t working with fields to grow with. So the old adage work smarter not harder can really apply, with this in mind I offer the following tips to maximize your harvest. Grow what works […]

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Cold Weather Crops

If you have a vegetable garden you’ve likely spent the past couple of weekends harvesting & processing. Tomato sauce, pickled peppers and just regular ol’ dill pickles are some of my personal favourites. It’s sad seeing the plants mostly bare now that they’ve been picked so as consolation we begin to plot the next phase of our garden and cold weather crops. The jury’s still out on wether or not we can expect another brutal

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Garden Planning

Many gardens are now in full bloom, some are even beginning to transition into fall (gasp!) our summer seems to be winding down a little early. On a positive note it’s got us thinking about plans for next year’s landscape. Firstly, if you haven’t already, begin to keep a photo reference library of your garden. It can really help the process when you can compare year over year in order to choose plants that have

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June Garden To Do

Well folks, much to our absolute joy, the weather recently has been warm and sunny! Your plants might already be in or you could be still working through your garden having gotten a late start. Either way June is a beautiful month in the garden. Flowers and plants have awoken from their slumber and are ready to show their stuff. Blooms and leaves have just unfurled and not yet been exposed to harsh elements or

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