The dream of a great ecologist.
A sneak peek inside Mark and Ben Cullen’s tool shed.
A guide to creating a signature collection.
Todd Gladfelter, been working with wood for 45 years – kitchen cabinets to fine furniture to log building.
Mark and Ben Cullen share their tips for hosting birds at home all winter long.
The dynamics behind biodynamic gardening.
OUR GARDENING EDITOR
OFFERS SOME CLEVER IDEAS FOR
THE GIFT-GIVING SEASON
Lethbridge, Alberta’s storied Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden.
Gardening is an exercise of continuous investment: plant now, enjoy later. It is a logic that gardeners understand well, but often lose sight of toward the end of the gardening season. This is misguided, as Canadian gardeners would know that winter is the most...
An easy-to-read guide presented in a fun and relatable Q&A style,
Indoor vertical growing using aquaponics might just change the way that cities feed themselves.
A water feature is so much more when added to your garden.
Gardeners have a bias toward green as the symbol of life and vitality in the garden.
Last spring, we were invited guests of the Ottawa Tulip Festival. It was the first year that the organizers chose the Highway of Heroes Tree Campaign as one of their supported charities. We were delighted. This year, we are back. The grandmother of all Ottawa...
We have met many Canadian gardeners who think that the “winter garden” is a waste of time. We say, “Not so.”