Helen Lang

HELEN LANG: Trip to friend’s garden leaves columnist relaxed and loaded up with vegetables

Peninsula News Review's garden columnist writes about discovering a Secret Garden

HELEN LANG: Painting all plants with same brush has its consequences

Pole beans not producing while other plants take off

HELEN LANG: This year’s strawberries delicious but expensive

Sidney summer market on Thursday night was lovely, says garden columnist

HELEN LANG: From a hard childhood to a lovely garden

Gardener visits beautiful garden made by a man with a tough upbringin

HELEN LANG: Less (water) is more when it comes to plants

PNR's garden columnist shares watering tips for other gardeners

HELEN LANG: Pretty peonies can grow from their cuttings

Garden columnist gives tips on the effects of snagging a peony twig

HELEN LANG: Amaryllis has its seasons confused

Helen Lang's amaryllis is blooming half a year too early

HELEN LANG: The wayward delusions of a miniature orange tree

Garden columnist writes about a hulkish orange tree, posing for photos and broccoli seedlings

HELEN LANG: To plant, or not to plant veggies

Still cool nights mean it might not be time to plant some veggies outdoors

HELEN LANG: Planting time is here for corn, beans

May is the right time to put seeds in the soil for some types of vegetables

Warm weather welcome

Helen Lang: time to start planning that summer garden now that the warmer weather is here

Budding blooms add spritely spring to step

Peninsula's long-time columnist gets into the swing of spring with a visit to Wain Road

HELEN LANG: Slow and steady, flowers bloom

Garden columnist sees little signs of spring in her garden

HELEN LANG: Heathers never liked this non-Scottish gardener

Leave it to a Scot to grow the best looking heathers this garden columnist has seen

HELEN LANG: German gardener’s landscaping stuns fellow gardener

News Review's garden columnist impressed with landscaping

HELEN LANG: Vegetable seeds need a little heat

Garden columnist dishes out tips on incubating vegetable seedlings

HELEN LANG: Tuber time has now arrived

Garden columnist reminds readers to plant begonias in peatmoss, over indirect heat

HELEN LANG: Wilted flowers sometimes just need a cold bath

If your cut flowers are sagging, try dunking them in cool water

HELEN LANG: February – time to think about planting indoors

Garden columnist plans plantings for her mini greenhouse

HELEN LANG: Hellebores require a touch of care to thrive

But perennial’s colours are worth the effort it takes to maintain them