Get Your Mind in the Gutter
There are lots of ways we can help to reduce the amount of water flowing off hard city surfaces into sewers.
by Candy Venni
Published December 02, 2015 in Gardening (3 comments)
Magnificent Magnolias and other Beautiful Blooms
These flowers are here for a good time, not a long time, so you need to hurry if you want a chance to appreciate them in person.
by Ryan McGreal
Published May 07, 2015 in Gardening (2 comments)
A Living Wall at the Hamilton Public Library
The green wall inside the entrance of the Central branch library covers over 20 square meters and includes a rich diversity of plants such as spiderwort, sensitive fern, baby's tears and Boston fern.
by Andrew Cech and Jonathan Lambert
Published June 01, 2014 in Gardening (2 comments)
Less is Mower
The positive effects of our lawns and gardens can quickly be negated if we are not careful about the tools we use to maintain them.
by Sean Burak
Published April 30, 2007 in Gardening (4 comments)
As Spring Arrives, Perennial Issues and Guerilla Gardeners Resurface
Perennials are everywhere, it seems, except in the city's gardens.
by Adrian Duyzer
Published April 10, 2007 in Gardening (7 comments)
The Dirt on Quitting
If you've decided to kick the pesticide habit, Katrina Simmons has some tips on how to clean house.
by Katrina Simmons
Published April 09, 2006 in Gardening (0 comments)
Good News for Gardeners
Autumn is a great time of year to care for your garden without the use of pesticides.
by Lorraine Johnson
Published October 07, 2005 in Gardening (0 comments)