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What’s a bird’s equivalent of chocolate cheesecake?
We are planting 117,000 trees – one tree for each of Canada’s war dead since Confederation. A living, breathing memorial.
In the hard, frozen surface of winter wetlands it looks like all is calm, all is bright.
Think your planting is done by late spring? Try sowing some garlic this fall for a pungent, oh so tasty crop next summer.
Many seemingly innocent plants are a real hazard if eaten. All gardeners with pets (not to mention young children or visiting grandkids) should poison-proof their gardens
Dr. David Suzuki in a light moment during his interview with Harrowsmith Magazine
Five bird apps that will prevent you from winging it in the woods
A west-coast lightkeeper shines a light on wonder, awe and heritage plants
Gardening editor Mark Cullen shares how to grow your own birdseed
Author Peter Wohlleben reveals the hidden life of trees and forests in his compassionate and fascinating new book.