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Practical Spring Gardening Tips You May or May Not Have Heard

There are spring gardening tips and lists out there in books and in the blogosphere, as well as everywhere else.  If you need to know what to do next, go ahead and refer to any of those many sources.  Or … Continue reading

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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.  It’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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Top Ten Things You Can Do in your Garden on a Warm March Day

The cat insisted I come in when the rain became serious.  This was fortunate, though, as I now notice the inevitable lower back strain that comes with the first few days of returning to the garden, usually much later in … Continue reading

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