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Organic Vegetables for 2018

Categories: Advice, Do-It-Yourself Tips, Fruits and Herbs, Niagara Garden|

New for 2018, alongside our expansive vegetable selection, we will have a selection of Certified Organic Vegetables. Here is a list of what we will have spring/summer 2018. Please note availability can change frequently. A Arugula Rocket B Broccoli Belstar   Brussel Sprouts Nautic C Cantaloupe Sivan   Cauliflower Skywalker   Cucumber Little Leaf Pickling [...]

Potatoes and Onions: How-To

Categories: Do-It-Yourself Tips, Featured, Niagara Garden, Spring|

Potatoes and onions are easy to grow, and are often over-looked. Learn how you can grow your own.

Control Crab Grass

Categories: Do-It-Yourself Tips, Featured, Fertilizers, News, Niagara Garden, Spring|

Corn gluten is a great way to help control the spread of crab grass in your lawns. It also helps controlling dandelions, and other weeds in your garden! Read on to learn more about corn gluten.

Spring Garden Clean Up

Categories: Advice, Do-It-Yourself Tips, Featured, Niagara Garden|

Our gardens may still have some snow covering them, but that doesn't mean we can't look forward to this spring. Let's start dreaming about spring and be prepared for the 2018 gardening season.

Butterflies in Ontario

Categories: Advice, Niagara Garden, Perennials|

Over the last few years the population of butterflies has been declining. Learn more on why this has happened and what we as gardeners can do to help.

Home Grown Vegetables

Categories: Advice, News, Niagara Garden|

We make growing vegetables and melons easy for you by offering a greenhouse full of vegetables ready to go into the garden. From broccoli to watermelon our selection is unbeatable! You will find vegetables here not grown anywhere else, like Trinidad Scorpion peppers or specialty heirloom tomatoes like Mr. Stripey. Plan your garden now.

Why won’t my Hydrangea bloom?

Categories: Advice, Do-It-Yourself Tips, Niagara Garden, Trees and Shrubs|

Learn why your hydrangeas won't bloom with this handy article. The reason may be easier than you think!

Pepper Maggots

Categories: Advice, Niagara Garden|

Have you experienced premature ripening or decay of your peppers where they rot and drop to the ground?Or have you ever harvested a perfect looking pepper, but when you open it it is full of maggots? If either of these have happened to you, your peppers have pepper maggots. Learn how to control this yucky pest in your vegetable gardens.

Ants and Aphids

Categories: Advice, Niagara Garden, Pesticides|

Have you noticed ants 'attacking' your garden plants? Are the leaves on your plants becoming discolored, and, if left long enough, curling up on themselves? Do they look as if they have ash or soot all over them? If you have seen any of these signs in your garden, you may want to check your plants for aphids.

Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

Categories: Advice, Niagara Garden, Pesticides|

We apply this age-old philosophy to many things in our lives, why not bugs too? Learn about the lady bug, one of many beneficial bugs in your yard.

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