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When choosing asparagus I recommend buying male plants for juicier, plumper spears.
There are hundreds of plants available
No, bees aren’t getting COVID, it’s the supply chain that’s been disrupted
Since plants require trace minerals to be nutritious enough, I add them to my fertilizer mix.
Bee Canadian delivers pollinators to renters in pandemic-friendly fashion
I’ve been looking for a tasty coffee substitute that I can grow
More than 1,300 plants have been potted up ready for sale.
Businesses stocking up after last year’s COVID-19 pandemic gardening explosion
We endure the elements, fortified by the knowledge that soon we can put away the wellies, long johns
Timely tips from Dorothee Kieser of the Vancouver Island Master Gardeners Association
Even the most grounded of us need an extra pair of hands.
We don’t harvest a cover crop and instead dig the tops under when they’re immature and soft
Take folic acid, for example.
On days when it’s not raining I can tend to the espaliered fruit trees.
Carrots grow best in loose soil that hasn’t been recently manured.
The Green Community is also holding virtual workshops on Jan. 30
My previous methods required starting anew every spring
I’ll sow the catnip in flats on the seed table inside
Since we’re moving the garden to another property down the road, I’m adapting my garden plan.
Some witloof chicory is grown for the chicons that develop during winter