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Paul’s Plant Pick: Now You See It, Now You Don’t

Paul’s Plant Pick: Now You See It, Now You Don’t

While falling snow makes commuting a challenge, I always welcome snow in the weather forecast because it is very, very important for our gardens, not only to insulate plant material but also to...

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Aldona at Large: Slow Off the Mark

Aldona at Large: Slow Off the Mark

Winterberry (Ilex verticillata). Happy New Year! Too much holiday food, fun and family can play havoc not only with your waistline, but also with your work ethic. Maybe that’s the reason why...

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Paul’s Pick: Stop and Enjoy Mother Nature’s Special Magic

Paul’s Pick: Stop and Enjoy Mother Nature’s Special Magic

Last week, while desperately trying to keep up with my emails, I caught the reflection of falling snow on  my computer screen. When I turned around, I was delighted to see large snowflakes beginning...

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Wild about Design: Design in the Dead of Winter

Wild about Design: Design in the Dead of Winter

It is the dead of winter and grey, bleak and cold, so you might feel tempted to curl up on the couch with your favourite libation and a stack of nursery catalogues. Instead, why not bundle up and...

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