Organic Gardening News
Made-in-Canada Tero tackles food waste with countertop composting.
Pumpkins now come in almost every colour imaginable, making for a great autumn display
Opinion: For a quick colour fix, winter pansies and violas, ornamental kale and mums are now available in garden stores.
Surprisingly, Science World in downtown Vancouver has become a new leader in composting.
“I want to keep it as warm as I can. The nights are becoming colder.”
Hemlock looper infestation of Metro Vancouver watersheds is killing trees but isn't expected to increase fire risk — at least not yet.
Opinion: Because of the length of our summer drought and the excessive heat, many grassroots may have simply died.
It is up to each of us to immediately do a number of little things to make small changes and to show some leadership on climate change
We tend to think of pruning as a winter activity during the dormant season, but, in fact, summer pruning is often important for keeping our plants in check and for making sure we have both blooms and fruit next year.
The region that stretches from Osoyoos to Vernon favours grapes that are already bred or have evolved for extreme conditions.
For years, when choosing plants, we considered only cold tolerance for winter survival, but now heat tolerance must be part of the equation.
All rudbeckias fit the look and feel of heat-loving summer annuals, and there is a great selection of these beauties
There’s an exciting new trend happening in small farm agri-tourism as innovative flower farms are garnering a lot of attention because of their massive colour displays and the opportunities they give us to purchase a wide range of fresh cut flowers.
Today, there’s a terrific selection of perennial hibiscus for home gardens.
Create a serene oasis with cool colours, appealing aromas and soothing sounds
Opinion: It seems we may be experiencing more extreme weather, and the trees I’ve written about in this article are more tolerant of these conditions.
Brian Minter offers up tips on how to navigate your garden through the summer heat waves
Almost every activity consumes water to some degree, and water is becoming more scarce, due to climate change, human activity and population growth.