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Growing a food garden provides a significant saving, especially if some of the produce is frozen or preserved, says Brian Minter.
The idea is to have not only continuous colour, but also stunning highlights all through our gardens, Brian Minter writes.
This whole new trend of introducing beautiful plants in glass containers is catching on, writes Brian Minter.
When it comes to gardening gifts, says Brian Minter, passionate gardeners are very particular, so here are some suggestions.
If it is the real Christmas cactus you are after, they can be hard to find.
Christmas outdoor containers are not new, but wow have they ever changed, writes Brian Minter.
Winterizing roses is important, not only from an appearance standpoint, but also for their survival.
Winter flowering heathers are one of the best sources of winter colour and they bloom in sequence, says Brian Minter.
There are still many of these great little minor bulbs we have yet to discover, but I suggest you give these ones a try, writes Brian Minter
Garlic is very easy to grow and makes a wonderful addition to your fall garden, says Brian Minter.
Creating your own planter is really quite simple and easy if you remember three things, says Brian Minter
The good news is there’s lots of choice right now to revive the tired plants on your patio or front porch and in your garden.
Fast becoming one of the most popular summer blooming perennials, crocosmias are a delight in our gardens for many reasons.
Blueberries are just now available in stores and at fruit stands but in the home garden, blueberries are one of the easiest plants to grow
Because many other garden plants may be on their way out, these perennials will look good while tolerating summer heat and heavy rain.
Herbs are among the easiest of plants to grow and are incredibly tolerant of neglect, says Brian Minter
Fragrance makes a huge difference to the enjoyment and appreciation of our summer garden and to our senses.
Peas are a cool crop vegetable, and as soon as all danger of heavy frost has passed, they can be planted.
Small fruits are easy to grow and add a flavourful taste to any garden, says Brian Minter.
There are more euphorbias available today than ever before, and each has its own unique characteristics and charm.