- Submit News Tip
- Cannabis 19+
- Coronavirus News
- 2020 B.C. Winter Games
- Trending Now
- Photo Galleries
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
- Site Map
The year 1942 was a bad one to be a Canadian of Japanese descent.
What I didn’t know was how versatile this plant is in terms of potential uses and the benefits.
The parsnip was a gift from an experienced but bemused gardener who wondered what went wrong.
Save our marine animals, your lawn doesn't have to look so deep green
I don’t have to be a rocket scientist to notice that people’s tastes in gardening are changing.
The garden is being refurbished much in part to the fact that about 80 per cent of the existing trees are dead.
Paniculata hydrangeas so hardy they survive in Winnipeg.
Moral of story, no matter how adventurous you think you are in the culinary department, by all means avoid the sea cucumber.
The epitome of this exaggerated landscape sits about 13 miles southwest of Paris with the Palace of Versailles.
3.5 acre parcel of rural Pitt Meadows has become a small island of sanity
While beautiful in bloom, Japanese cherries are prone to many diseases
Horticulture is virtually ‘colour blind,’ to race and it also doesn’t discriminate against age either
Helps brighten dismal February days with brilliant haze of yellow flowers
Some helpful tips on the best type of flowers for the big day
A look at a local wholesale nursery that produces many of this spring's plants
A homemade winterberry wreath in three easy steps.
We live in a rare corner of Canada where we actually have a winter gardening season.
Mike Lascelle points out some hot topics to consider in the upcoming municipal election.
The brilliant leaves are beautiful to behold, but seem to fall faster than we can rake them up.
Finding accurate horticultural information that is regionally relevant is difficult, if not impossible at times, even on the world-wide web.