Spiders are much maligned creatures, but they’re critically important to our gardens, and the cat-faced spider is one of the best. These spiders are arguably quite cute, with two little bumps on their abdomen that
According to studies, the top-yielding garden landscaping projects are those that add lifestyle value beyond aesthetics. In this new age of work-from-home, many of us are finding it difficult to separate our professional and home
You probably know Salisbury as your go-to place to buy local plants in Edmonton, but it’s a great spot for gifts as well! We’ve got so much more than just houseplants in stock (though, we
Anybody who thinks gardening is boring clearly hasn’t scrolled through social media lately””it’s an endless sea of the weirdest gardening trends! I’ve always been into exploring the latest out-of-the-box, experimental design concepts for gardens in
Getting kids to enthusiastically eat their greens isn’t always a walk in the park, (let’s face it, it’s hard to make broccoli seem exciting next to a chicken nugget). Luckily, we’ve figured out a great way to pique your children’s interest in fresh vegetables: getting them set up with their very own food garden.
Winter. There’s a reason why folks call it bleak. Despite all the holiday festivities and winter activities, winter can actually induce depression in around 2 million Canadians every year! In fact, 10% of all depression cases are attributed to Seasonal Affective Disorder, or S.A.D. So with stats like that, what are we poor Canucks to do?
Why is My Houseplant Brown? And Other Common Annoyances Dying Leaves Yellowing Leaves Drooping Leaves Sticky Residue Mold “Never go to a doctor whose office plants have died.” – Erma Bombeck Even
Read through our Growing Guides for tips to enrich your garden!