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How to Enhance Your Multicultural Garden with Symbolic Plants from Different Cultures

How to Enhance Your Multicultural Garden with Symbolic Plants from Different Cultures

As we approach Canadian Multiculturalism Day, it’s a perfect opportunity to explore how the symbolism of plants in different cultures can add depth and personal significance to your garden. Whether you’re sourcing plants from your local garden center or incorporating elements from your heritage, understanding these symbolic meanings can enhance your gardening experience and create a truly multicultural garden.
How To Keep Your Garden Hydrated

How To Keep Your Garden Hydrated

Summer is the peak growing time for gardens. However, sunshine and heat can make it tricky for your plants to stay hydrated. Read more for tips and tricks to keep your garden healthy.
Why You Should Add Indigenous Plants To Your Garden?

Why You Should Add Indigenous Plants To Your Garden?

June is Natural Indigenous History Month, a time to recognize and celebrate the rich cultural heritage and contributions of Indigenous peoples. One meaningful way to honor this heritage is by incorporating indigenous plants into your garden. Here's how...
Top 10 Cold-Hardy Crops to Kickstart Your Spring Garden

Top 10 Cold-Hardy Crops to Kickstart Your Spring Garden

As spring ushers in a new season of growth, gardeners eagerly anticipate the opportunity to cultivate their spring gardens. Local garden centers become hubs of activity as enthusiasts seek out the essential plants and supplies for their spring planting endeavors. Here are ten resilient crops that thrive in chilly April temperatures, readily available at your neighborhood garden center.
How to Incorporate Native Plants into Your Garden this Spring

How to Incorporate Native Plants into Your Garden this Spring

Embrace the beauty and benefits of native plants as you breathe new life into your garden this season. With guidance and a trip to your local garden center, create a resilient and sustainable landscape that supports biodiversity and conservation efforts. Roll up your sleeves, dig in the dirt, and join the movement towards sustainable gardening practices.
7 Creative Ways to Refresh Your Home Décor with Garden-Inspired Themes

7 Creative Ways to Refresh Your Home Décor with Garden-Inspired Themes

Embracing the season of renewal goes beyond just cleaning and organizing; it's about infusing your living spaces with the fresh vitality of nature. Let's explore creative ways to refresh your home décor with garden-inspired themes, incorporating elements from your local garden center and the joy of spring planting.
7 Easter-Themed Flowers to Bloom Your Garden with Springtime Joy

7 Easter-Themed Flowers to Bloom Your Garden with Springtime Joy

As Easter approaches, it's time to infuse your garden with the vibrant colors and fragrant blooms of the season. What better way to celebrate than by adorning your outdoor space with Easter-themed flowers? Here are seven delightful Easter flowers that will transform your garden into a beautiful landscape of color.
Spring Cleaning Your Garden in 7 Easy Steps

Spring Cleaning Your Garden in 7 Easy Steps

It's time to breathe new life into your garden after the dormancy of the colder months. A thorough cleanup not only prepares your garden for the upcoming growing season but also sets the stage for vibrant blooms and healthy plants. To help you kick-start your spring garden rejuvenation, here are seven essential steps to clean up your garden for spring.
5 Heartwarming Gift Ideas for Your Loved One

5 Heartwarming Gift Ideas for Your Loved One

Valentine's Day is a beautiful opportunity to express your love and appreciation for that special someone in your life. While the classic gifts like chocolates and flowers never go out of style, why not take it up a notch this year? Whether you're celebrating a budding romance or decades of love, here are five thoughtful and unique gift ideas to make this Valentine's Day unforgettable for your beloved.
DIY: BEST PLANTS FOR WET CONDITIONS

DIY: BEST PLANTS FOR WET CONDITIONS

The majority of garden plants are tolerant of wet soil for short periods of time. It is very natural for many areas to be quite wet in the spring as the ground thaws and the snow melts.

However, garden sites that remain wet throughout the year demand the use of moisture-tolerant or even moisture-dependent species.

The following is a selection of plant material that enjoy wet soil:

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