Six top shrubs for late season colour

Six easy-to-grow and brilliantly beautiful shrubs for late season colour, recommended by head gardener Tom Coward of Gravetye Manor Hotel. The post Six top shrubs for late season colour appeared first on The Middle-Sized Garden.

Sunday Night Supper

Sunday Night Supper

In the light of a new fall surge of COVID–19 cases, the Ontario provincial government has been urging everyone to keep this year’s Thanksgiving celebrations limited to members of one’s immediate household.  For us, this is less of a change than it would be for most people. With family living far and wide, our Thanksgiving…

Growing Your Garden with some Chickens

Growing Your Garden with some Chickens

If you own some of our known feathered friends, consider growing a garden with and for your chickens! It comes with great advantages for you and your birds, since it assists in many ways on both sides. A garden can offer chicken feed and fresh vegetables for you. On the other side chicken can help…

Selected Gardening Facts for your Enjoyment

Selected Gardening Facts for your Enjoyment

Learning selected gardening facts can be as much fun as gardening itself. Share them with friends or intrigue your neighbour one day as you chat with one another across the fence.  You can change a hydrangea’s color by altering the pH level of the soil. A more alkaline soil will result in pinker blooms, while…

Cold Frames and a Strawberry Cage

Cold Frames and a Strawberry Cage

Charlie was not asked to pose. He inserted himself into my picture! A life restricted to home and garden has made for a spring filled with an abundance of little projects. Over the summer, I hope to share some of them with you, but for now, I want to show you the new kitchen garden…

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