It's not just about plants, but how plants connect to people: “We’re in the happiness business. We sell joy and all the benefits that plants bring to people.”
Before you buy any bulbs, make a list of the areas in your garden that could use a little help with four to five months of spring flowering colour
The United Flower Growers has helped to elevate floriculture into B.C.’s second largest agricultural economic driver.
Opinion: It’s about this time of year when we begin to see a new type of colour in our gardens as berries of all types begin to mature.
When we get a weather change of shorter, consistently cooler days, colour makes a difference in raising our spirits.
These trees will make a wonderful difference to your home, commercial property or strata.
Dahlias were declared the national flower of Mexico in 1963 and have become one of our most iconic garden flowers.
As the nature and size of gardens have changed over the years, so too have roses.
Flower colours range from the blush pink, red-edge of Ballet Slippers, to the rich, deep red of Holy Grail and bubble-gum pink, red-eyed Candy Crush
With our changing climate, we will be expecting more extremes and bay trees and hardy rosemary are both heat and drought tolerant.
Furniture designer Rick Jamieson is the founder of Tofino Woodshop
Essentially, kitchen minis are a new type of smaller tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers that overproduce delicious fruits comparative to the size of the plants.
Instead, consider these outdoor saunas, bathtubs and showers that bring you close to nature
Catching the problem early can not only save a plant from destruction but also make the solution much easier.
Because of its highly efficient root system, these plants establish themselves almost anywhere, especially in well drained soils but also near rocks.
Several new salvias, especially the taller blue varieties, are fabulous for attracting bees
Despite many challenges, urban forestry has become an essential factor in making our cities livable.
Opinion: As we look at our landscaping from an environmental and ‘new climate reality’ perspective, we need to think, plan and plant differently today.