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A good year
At Canadian Gardening, we see our Annual 2016 issue as a planning tool to help inspire you to new heights not only in your horticultural endeavours, but also in enjoying your garden and all it has to offer from a holistic perspective. To that end, we make sure these pages are chock full of helpful information that covers botanicals for all four seasons, every growing region and gardening skill level, as well as a focus on wider interests – from crafting to cooking to caring for your skin – that will ensure all that beautiful garden bounty is put to good use.
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An ideal book for Canadian gardeners looking for perennials, roses, trees and shrubs to suit their particular locations, from Zone 3 to the warmest climates in the country. It includes planting and growing advice, detailed descriptions and information from the personal experience of expert Canadian gardeners. The lush photographs will inspire every gardener.
- Eight solutions for sorry-looking seedlings
- The first perennials to bloom in spring
- Deadhead to keep flowers blooming
- Mulching 101
- Three carefree container combos
- Green envy: Four verdant containers
- A passion for lavender
- Five ways to preserve your herbs in five minutes
- 10 midsummer gardening mistakes
- Five water-wise tips for your garden