Opinion: Bringing cut greens indoors is an ancient tradition that is now a mainstream winter and Christmas activity.
Opinion: As we are now full on into the Christmas décor season, there is a new spruce on the market that merits attention.
The type of protection we give our more tender plants needs to be re-evaluated.
This fall, we are seeing far more designer pumpkins, corn stalks and hay bales, as well as colour-matching large chrysanthemums on front porches
Opinion: In a record drought situation, like this current one, with so many trees and plants at risk, we share a responsibility to help them survive.
OPINION: During cold, dark winter nights, if you light columnar trees with LEDs, they will create a little magic.
Up to 20,000 people historically attend this two-day event that features many apple-related activities
Expert gardener and president of GardenWorks Leanne Johnson on how to make the most of the season
Opinion: Think about next year and how to be more creative by planting interesting combinations, incorporating berried varieties for example.
Opinion: Naturalized bulbs will not only brighten our spirits in winter, but they'll also serve as a very important resource for pollinators.
Opinion: Don’t miss the chance to enjoy some really special displays in late winter and spring.
Opinion: From the numerous late-summer-blooming varieties of heather I discovered it was possible to enjoy these versatile plants almost year-round.
Opinion: Fall and winter containers are becoming very trendy, but they require careful consideration in terms of the plants we use.
Hardy shrub roses have now become the rose of choice for many parks, city plantings and home gardens.
After an unusually long, cold, wet spring and early summer, followed now by very hot weather, it has been a challenging year for large numbers of trees and shrubs.