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So you have decided to delve into the amazing world of Houseplants but you aren’t sure where to begin… Let’s get you started with a few quick things to consider.   Light Conditions Houseplants are typically divided into Bright, Low & Medium light groupings. Depending on the light conditions of the space you are looking […]

Summer is in full swing and with it come some unwanted pests. Whether or not you are out gardening or simply trying to enjoy your outdoor space, chances are these days you are not alone (and we aren’t talking about your friends and family) Mosquitoes are out in full swing as well. Before you reach […]

Hey there summer gardeners! Now that August has arrived in the lower mainland, the time has come to start enjoying the fruits (and veggies!) of your labour, because now is the time when all your garden preparation from the past months is REALLY starting to pay off! At this time of year, there is plenty […]

Choosing Seed Varieties – A Beginner’s Guide Choosing what variety of seeds to plant may seem like a daunting task, especially when faced with the myriad of options that a company like West Coast Seeds has to offer.  How do you choose what kind of carrots to plant, among over thirty options? Some of the […]

Winter may finally be coming to the West Coast! We may have gotten a little ahead of ourselves with the anticipation of spring! According to the forecast for this coming week, temperatures may drop as low as -10 °C, so perhaps now is a good time to talk about how to protect your more tender […]

Seed Starting Season is almost here! With the unseasonably warm weather we’ve been having, it’s easy to forget there are still seven weeks until spring. For those of us eager to get our hands dirty again, it’s never too early to get ready to start planning our gardens. There are several garden staples that can […]

Make Your Own Herb Wreath Written by: Aleksandra from GardenWorks Canada Looking to dry your fresh herbs in a new way?  Why not make a wreath filled with your favourites and let it dry in a warm spot of your home. You can use the dried herbs in cooking or simply keep the wreath as […]

Try out this fun project just in time for some Easter fun with the whole family! With Easter just around the corner, our very own Michelle came up with a fun and easy craft for dying eggs the natural way…using spices and veggies!                 To Make Yellow Eggs: […]

Do you consider your father a gardener? Gardening is such an appealing activity, a chance to unwind and change gears, at the same time offering challenges and rewards, so it is no surprise that many dads are keen gardeners, often with a special interest in one area of gardening. What type of Gardening Dad do […]

June is Perennial Gardening Month & Salvias are one of our favourites Salvia are mainstays of the garden, represented as culinary herbs, free flowering summer annuals, and summer blooming perennials. Two characteristics shared by many salvias are fragrant foliage & drought tolerance, but colourful summer blooms that attract pollinators is perhaps their most outstanding feature! […]

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