It’s the dead of winter, and Danielle French is thinking about soil, seeds and barbecues.
Every fall, farmers from across Canada and the U.S. gather together to test their skills at turning the earth.
Summertime serves up the best of fresh fare, with fruits and vegetables packed with flavour. Nurture your own crops this season for the ultimate take on eating local, and watch your garden grow. Our Gardening Editor, Mark Cullen, shows you how.
Just because you don’t have deep pockets doesn’t mean you can’t get into agriculture. It’s a venture filled with both obstacles and opportunities.
This is just a sample of the great stories coming in our March Gardening Digest. How did Canadian garlic change from a reviled smelly flavour to a much-embraced culinary and medicinal treasure? And how did it arrive on these shores from a remote location in Central Asia? The answers may surprise you. By Peter McClusky […]