November Gardening News

Fall is marching on quickly and before we know it, winter’s chill will be upon us. There’s still time to plant bulbs and apply winter lawn fertilizer, but the window for that too will soon be closed. As we finish cleaning and prepping our garden beds for the colder weather ahead, we’ll have to quickly […]

November 19th, 2016|Newsletter|

October Gardening News

Fall is in full swing, with plenty of gardening to be done indoors and out! October is a time for clean-up, planting and dividing, but it’s also a time for reflection. What performed well this year and what didn’t?

Jotting your thoughts down in a garden journal while the season is still fresh in mind not […]

October 24th, 2016|Newsletter|

September Gardening News

The end of August brought a few rainy days to the relief to our parched soils. Now we can hopefully look ahead to cooler, more comfortable temperatures as autumn rapidly approaches. Early autumn is a time when many of us become quite busy with sudden changes in schedule (school is back in session!). But as […]

September 12th, 2016|Newsletter|

August Gardening News

We’ve made it through a scorching-hot July, and with little change in sight. While the calendar page has turned, it looks as though August will continue to be hot and dry, similar to the last two months. Many of our favourite young and old plants have been taking the heat in stride, but we often […]

August 1st, 2016|Newsletter|

July Gardening News

June has come and gone, and what a change of pace it’s been! While June 2015 was rainy and cool, this year we’ve experienced long stretches of hot, sunny weather and little to no rain.

Drought conditions are taxing on all of our plants, young and old. Though our mature trees, shrubs and perennials are better-equipped […]

July 1st, 2016|Newsletter|

June Gardening News

It’s hard to believe that we’re entering the last few weeks of spring with summer on our doorstep. Thankfully the weather is finally cooperating and our beloved annuals are getting the sun and heat they so desire.

Be prepared to give your plants some extra TLC when the weather has been hot and dry for long […]

June 1st, 2016|Newsletter|

May Gardening News

It’s May and so the gardening fun begins! While we would like to say it’s the perfect time to start planting, with unusual weather swings continuing this spring, we advise caution when planting annuals and tender perennials – until at least May 24th when the risk of frost is typically behind us.

Vegetables and Herbs:
Many people […]

May 1st, 2016|Newsletter|

April Gardening News

Bring on Spring!
We’re ready for Spring to get serious and bring us some warmer, consistent weather that will finally allow us be outdoors spending time in our gardens. We’ve had enough of ‘winter, spring, winter, spring’ … just bring on Spring!

START NOW!  … Summer flowering bulbs are a great way to add a splash of […]

April 1st, 2016|Newsletter|

March Gardening News

With a relatively mild and pleasantly short winter behind us and a warm, dry spring predicted for April and May, many gardeners are eager to get started in their yards and gardens. While it’s still early for most gardening activities, there are a few things you can do to get a head start on spring:

Pruning. With […]

March 1st, 2016|Newsletter|

February Gardening News

Sunday is Valentine’s Day!
Celebrate your loved ones – or treat yourself – with beautiful fresh cut flowers or long lasting flowering plants for Valentine’s Day!

Choose a stunning pre-made bouquet or select from an array of colourful blooms and we’ll custom-design the perfect bouquet or floral arrangement for your special someone.

Premium long stem roses – red, yellow, […]

February 1st, 2016|Newsletter|