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Ornamental grasses have been a staple of transition from summer to autumn.
Heather will give you months of beautiful flowers or foliage despite the oncoming colder weather.
Although inexpensive, most store bought garlic is grown in China.
Buying directly from local farmers or growing your own is the best way to make locally-grown food a reality in Maple Ridge.
Mike Lascelle says there are innumerable botanical teas to drink, including some native to Canada
Gardeners have rediscovered the dramatic beauty and diverse colour range of this easy-to-grow perennial.
If three decades of landscaping has taught me anything, it’s that many of the design mistakes people make are relatively common.
As gardeners, we both understood what nature teaches us, that winter is inevitable and nothing really lasts forever.
The Japanese maple provides year-round seasonal interest.
Make your garden in Maple Ridge a mecca for hummingbirds
A new line of disease-resistant roses called Clean ‘n Easy offers new hope for rose lovers.
Many shrubs and perennials can draw butterflies to your garden.
Jon Harris began growing hazelnuts in the fall of 2000.
It is this abundance of water that makes British Columbia such a beautiful place to live.
Forget purchasing organic produces, safest bet is to grow your own food
People need money and food but some plants need nothing
Natural decor ideas for the Christmas season using evergreen shrubs and berried plants.
G. I. Joe not part of the scene but lots of opportunities for imagination in new garden trend
Sun, part sun or shade – many gardeners consider Hellebores as strictly shade plants
Weekly column by Mike Lascelle, a gardening author and Pitt Meadows nursery manager