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There is a 20-acre garden located in New Delhi titled, the Garden of the Five Senses.
Worldwide, we humans turf out about 30 per cent of our food – or roughly 450 billion tonnes of it – every year.
Many of us gardeners are becoming much more aware and concerned with the plight of our pollinators…
We always think of springtime as being a happy time because the coldest part of the year is finally over
First, let’s get clear about the difference between “dirt” and “soil,” because just the sound of those words pretty well says it all.
Soil serves as valuable ecosystem and habitat to a variety of little dwellers.
Seeking out silence in this modern, noisy world can be a real challenge, but some things are under our control
Ah, spring has sprung in the Shuswap and everything is awakening with life again.
Spring has sprung in the Shuswap and everything is awakening with life again.
When I spot a robin huddling in a snowy tree while out on my daily strolls, I often wonder why some of them are still hanging around
Gardener wonders why some robins are still hanging around in the cold Canadian winters, rather than basking in warmer climes.
Anyone can be a gardener and goodness knows, this poor old planet of ours could sure use a lot more of us…
Winter at last gives us a reprieve from our busy garden duties and allows us a quiet and peaceful time to just look out the window
Winter at last gives us a reprieve from our busy garden duties…
I was absent-mindedly scratching my head, attempting to come up with something light or funny for the holiday column
My mom and I had a week to spend with my daughter again for her school break, so a call to the travel agent…
The air was not perfumed like Hawaii with those heavenly-scented plumeria, but any gardener could get a pleasing eye-full…
Spending a working holiday picking grapes in Bordeaux, France.
The celebration of Thanksgiving dinner can often give us an opportunity to share our stories of the harvest from both young and old
This year’s September moon was a pretty big deal because it entered a rare occurrence in the planetary cycle…