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Satisfy your winter green thumb Jan. 20, 2009
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FROM THE EDITOR

After the busy holidays, January always seems to be a turning point—spring suddenly doesn't seem so far away. Excited gardeners are already chatting in the forums about what seed catalogues they order from and making plans to exchange seeds. Check out our seed catalogue guide if you want to take a chance and plant something out of the ordinary this year.

Happy browsing!

Tara Nolan
Web Editor, CanadianGardening.com

LATEST ISSUE
Fantastic eco-wise gardens
March 2009
In this issue
732 ways to garden smarter!

Choose the best plants; Attract birds, bees and butterflies; Cope with climate change; Plant a potager or green roof; plus products, resources and more! more
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Quiz: Determining your green thumbprint
By Stephen Westcott-Gratton
Answer the following ten questions to see whether your garden is as eco-friendly as you think it is!

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