There are good reasons burlap (also known as hessian or jute) is so popular in the garden. It's inexpensive, biodegradable, solves a variety of plant problems, and the natural texture of the jute … [Read more...]
Fall & Winter Garden Tips
Fall is my favourite time to work outside in the garden. It's refreshing, there's no rush, and most of the work can wait—or should wait—until spring.
If you plan ahead, winter is the time to grow many healthy, delcious gardne greens. Growth is slow during the coldest weeks, but, with some basic weather protection, you can keep the plants going through to the warmer spring weather. And you get fresh veggies along the way!
Fall Garden Tasks
Love the colours of autumn leaves? What if you could capture them in time? See how to naturally preserve the gorgeous reds, oranges, and golds and use them in this decorative craft. For more nature … [Read more...]
As fall turns to winter, and freezing temperatures set in, November is a quieter time in the four-season garden. It's a time to get caught up on some nice-to-be-done tasks, craft from the garden, and … [Read more...]
Why do tree leaves change color in fall? If you have forgotten this stuff from your school days, it's time for a refresher. Plus, more is known today than years ago. For starters, did you know the … [Read more...]