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    A Japanese-inspired garden that flourishes in fall

    A Victoria couple applies the principles of Japanese flower arranging to their steep hillside property

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    Canada Blooms 2008

    Last year, Canada Blooms redefined 'flower Power' with a celebration of gardens, displays and special guests that encompassed the idealism and optimism of the '60s, the inspirational power of gardens and flowers, and the eco-savvy future of horticulture in Canada.

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    Holiday decoration from the garden

    Whether you want to deck the halls, your mantle or your front door, we've got all the flower-arranging tips you need to green the holidays

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    First flowers of spring

    These sturdy perennials laugh at cold weather and are a treat for the flower-starved eye

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    Sowing sweet peas

    Even after three-hundred years this fragrant flower continues to be a garden favourite

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    Highlights from Canada Blooms 2010

    There is no lack of botanical inspiration at this year's five-day extravaganza for gardeners

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    10 garden design lessons from Wales

    Draw inspiration from the gorgeous gardens of Wales to add charm and allure to your green space

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    Stephen speaks: Annual dilemma

    "In the end I keep coming back to just one plant: white-flowered impatiens."

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    A celebration of roses

    Take a tour through some of the lovely rose blooms at the Royal Botanical gardens in Burlington, Ontario. The RBG is situated on 2,700 acres, 250 of which are cultivated gardens. The Rose Garden is home to about 2,000 modern hybrid roses and 650 shrub roses.

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    Planting last-minute bulbs

    It's never too late to put those hardy flower bulbs into the ground for spring blooms

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