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As the first day of spring draws near, what to do in the garden this month.
These five clever creations reinforce a central tenet of country living: nothing goes to waste if it can be used, recycled or re-purposed to get a job done or provide entertainment.
Some gardening mistakes are inevitable, but others can be easily avoided.
When is a perennial not a perennial? Although scientifically a plant may be classified as annual, biennial or perennial, in practice there seems to be a lot of grey area.
What to do this month to kick-start this year’s vegetable garden.
A new study shows a rising number of fake ingredients in off-the-shelf foods. Even more of a reason to get to know your farmer and eat seasonally.
The future of agriculture in Nova Scotia could rest on three important ‘H’ crops.
Seed catalogues can be excellent sources of information for planning a garden. What are some of your favourites?
Low-maintenance, low-impact vegetables that can be planted once and enjoyed for years? A gardener’s dream come true!