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Top Five Easy Things to do in the July Garden

Toronto gardeners (and many others) have had to put up with record-breaking heat for a couple of months now. ┬áIt’s hard to get out there when the temperature is 34C with a humidex of 41, as in today’s forecast. As … Continue reading

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A Note on Annabelle

Today I read a column that advised cutting back Annabelle Hydrangea to the ground in spring, and since I was a little dubious, never having done this myself and not really seeing the necessity of it, I searched around to … Continue reading

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