Fall Checklist for Your Garden

Time to get your home and garden ready for the cold months ahead. Here’s a handy gardening list of things to do in the next couple of weeks before winter sets in. READ MORE >

 

The Appeal of the Weeping Mulberry

Planting a Mulberry Tree is a quick way to invite birds and other wildlife to your yard. Once the tree starts producing fruit, you’ll be delighted to see the many types of birds enjoying those juicy red berries. I’m fortunate enough to have a Dwarf Weeping Mulberry in my front garden and can READ MORE >

 

6 Tips for April Gardening

It’s been a long cold drawn out winter, but there is light at the end of the tunnel – and spring has finally arrived. What took you so long?
Although the ground may still be frozen in parts and the weatherman keeps using that four-letter word, “snow” – there are still things you can do right READ MORE >

 

Pruning Roses

A new poll says that 82% of Canadians believe the May Long Weekend is an ideal time for spring chores, with gardening and landscaping being at the top of the list. I guess I’m your average Canadian because that’s just what I did this past weekend. READ MORE >