Showing posts with label Fall. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fall. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Beauty in the Fall Flower Garden

Autumn Crocus
Our gardens are our pride and joy all summer long.  In the fall, they often become shaggy and neglected.  Do you want to keep them looking beautiful?  Read more

Friday, October 3, 2014

Leaves, Glorious Leaves!

Leaves add beauty to the landscape from Spring until their colourful climax in the fall.  Are they an asset or a liability after the fall?  Read on

Friday, September 26, 2014

Prepare your Garden Tools for the Winter

Just as your prepare your garden for the winter, so you should prepare your garden tools for their period of rest.  Read more

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Bringing your Plants Indoors

As the days get shorter and nights get cooler, it is time to start to think about any plants you may want to save for the winter.  How do you do it without bringing in undesirable insects.  Read more

Monday, January 6, 2014

Harvesting Garlic and Onions

Garlic and onions are easy to grow but how do you know when to harvest?  Read more

Growing Garlic

There always seems to be a mystery about growing garlic.  It is simple to do but requires you to get started in October.  Read more

Friday, January 3, 2014

Winter Mulching

We often think about putting mulch around our plants in the spring.  In fact can be even more important to apply mulch to protect our plants in the winter.  Read more

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Wood Ash--Use on your Garden with care

If you use a wood stove to heat your home, you might wonder can I use all of these ashes on my garden.  Read on

And the Leaves Came Tumbling Down

In the Fall, one thing Lanark County has no shortage of is Leaves.  What can you do with this valuable resource?  Read on

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Storing Tender Bulbs

The flowers grown from tender bulbs such as Dahlias and Canna Lilies have made a spectacular show.  Rather than leaving them to rot in the ground over the winter, you can easily store them for next year.  Read more..

Naturalizing Bulbs

Planting bulbs in drifts of dozens or even hundreds of bulbs is known as naturalizing.  Read more

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