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Evergreen flowering shrubs known as winter camellias that provide a consistent flower display from late September through to January
Doesn't want to bring up the topic but it's getting to be that time
Columnist goes back to his roots in what used to be Nouvelle France
Blocks can also be grown outdoors in cool damp weather, but they will need some protection from direct sunlight and slugs.
A column by Mike Lascelle, a nursery manager in Pitt Meadows and gardening author
A column by Mike Lascelle, who is a nursery manager in Pitt Meadows and a gardening author
A column by Mike Lascelle, who is a nursery manager in Pitt Meadows and gardening author
Few things in gardening are as controversial as to how to properly pronounce clematis.
Ancient Romans knew it as Basiliscus and consumed it on a daily basis to keep themselves safe from the fire-breathing dragon, or Basilisk.
Herbs have been enjoying a bit of renaissance of late, with the ‘grow your own edibles’ trend in full swing.
A column by Mike Lascelle who is nursery manager in Pitt Meadows and a gardening author
The humble tomato plant, has changed very little over the years, except for a little selective breeding.
Mike Lascelle is a nursery manager in Pitt Meadows and a gardening author
Some people are under the mistaken impression that indigenous plants are somehow lacklustre.
Arable dirt increasingly valuable as only 11 per cent of earth can grow stuff, food prices rising – why not grow your own
A column by nursery manager and gardening author Mike Lascelle
Hydrangea could have been named after first French woman who circumnavigated the world
A column by Mike Lascelle, a nursery manager and gardening author
A few shrubs, vines, fruit trees, perennials and summer flowers for you to consider:
A gardening column by nursery manager and author Mike Lascelle