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People need money and food but some plants need nothing
A close call inspires list of why this is a great place to live
Natural decor ideas for the Christmas season using evergreen shrubs and berried plants.
G. I. Joe not part of the scene but lots of opportunities for imagination in new garden trend
Sun, part sun or shade – many gardeners consider Hellebores as strictly shade plants
Weekly column by Mike Lascelle, a gardening author and Pitt Meadows nursery manager
A gardening column by Mike Lascell's a nursery manager in Pitt Meadows who has writes weekly about gardening
design aesthetic can be difficult to achieve without an intimate knowledge of ongoing seasonal colour and growth habits
Guy and Farida Coates have created a five-acre Whonnock destination garden called the Octagon Lavender Farm.
Be careful when tuning up the ornamental plant, prune carefully
Once they're established they can save you a world of hurt and water
You'll reap a more refreshing, satisfying cuppa with the real stuff
Never figured that mentioning figs would create such interest
Dandelions brought to North America as medicinal plant, try them in a salad
The most controversial topic of all – how to pronounce these names properly
Native plant best able to survive crazy weather up on the roof
Beautiful low-light landscapes are well within reach as long as you are willing to lower your expectations a little.
Sometimes it is best to completely renovate an unsatisfactory landscape than it is to tinker with it over the years.
Mike Lascelle is a nursery manager in Pitt Meadows and a gardening author.
If there is one constant in life it is that nothing remains the same, and New Year’s celebrations bring this into sharp focus.