Monthly Archives: January 2007

I’ve been known to complain sometimes about winter in the Okanagan (who doesn’t?), but I have to admit that this season can give the gardener an opportunity to notice some things that may go unnoticed during the other seasons. This only applies if you actually take the time to look around, and judging by the […]

I think that we all have a tendency to take our houseplants for granted much of the time, but it’s during the Christmas season that this neglect is most pronounced.  The Christmas tree takes centre stage, furniture is moved, dinners and parties mean extra space is needed, and any houseplants that are taking up that […]

Happy New Year to all of you, and let’s enjoy the rest of this winter, whatever it may bring, until our favourite season arrives.  Each year the Garden Media Group presents its Trends Report (sub-titled What’s in What’s Out) to garden writers and editors.  It’s a look ahead to what will be happening in gardens […]