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Squashes, carrots, turnips, beets and parsnips belong on your table this season
Now that it is too cold to work outside, it might be a great time to plan what you are going to do on your piece of real estate
Friend's goodwill toward a man on the street stands out to garden columnist Helen Lang
Columnist sings the virtues of old trees on Oakville Street in Sidney
If you are going away for a winter holiday perhaps you should not start feeding the birds.
Tibouchina is on its last days despite care from Helen Lang
Becoming a 'tree hugger' one option for would-be protester
Late-flowering plants surprise erstwhile garden columnist
Still various blooms around as fall sets in on Peninsula
I have a limited space for pots, which should have deterred me, but unfortunately it didn’t slow me down that much.
What to do on a day you should just go back to bed
I’m headed for Vancouver tomorrow, to spend a night with one daughter and then go with her to the airport to meet the youngest in the family who is returning from a month in Australia.
Rhodos really need an expert to prune them, but if you do your own, please don’t cut off any fat little buds, they are next year’s flowers.
It’s about time to bring in your house plants.
Gray skies today. A shock after all that wonderful, hot, late-summer weather
Today I’d like to talk about hydrangeas
Once we reach September you know we are in for it … it’s fall.
Pots in the bedroom, pots in the hall, some of them big and some of them small.
I never really believed that plants could hear what you were saying, although I sometimes whisper “Oh, you are so beautiful,” to my hibiscus, and it continues to flower
Covered veggies will survive, even under snowcover