In 2020, staff from Milton’s Country Heritage Park approached Grandmother’s Voice with the idea of creating a space for Indigenous awareness and teachings.
Spring and early summer always seems to whiz by in a flash. If you missed that early window for planting your garden, take heart! There's still time to get growing with these late season veggies and flowers.
Just outside of Ottawa, Ont. in Lanark County, there is a garden with a remarkable story. Created in 1983, the Round Garden provides a unique way to experience nature.
Did you know adding plants to your home or office can reduce stress, boost productivity, and improve air quality? Those are some serious benefits and that’s before mentioning the beauty and style house plants provide.
Bees face many obstacles, including intense weather conditions, viruses and disease.
An exciting lineup of gardening events happening across Ontario this summer.
Different varieties and cultivars are tested for hardiness, growth rate, resilience to pests, tolerance of soil and light conditions, and other factors before they make it to market.
Gardens can be a beautiful view, with vibrant colours and pretty arrangements. However, if you’re looking for more wildlife to take a stop by your area, here are some tips.
Spring has sprung and gardens are ready to be filled with a variety of vegetables for everyone to enjoy.
Forecasters say much of Canada can expect a steamy summer in 2022. And in Ontario, the hot weather will come with lots of rain.
Did you know 2022 is officially the “Year of the Garden” in Canada? The Canadian Garden Council created this year-long campaign to celebrate the many physical and mental health benefits of gardening, as well as the positive impact plants have on the environment.
Active outdoor play is so beneficial for mental and physical well being.If you've got kids at home, try creating an outdoor space where they can climb, jump, swing and explore.
There are lots of beautiful drought tolerant plant options to save you from sweating and cut down on water use.
The theme of the very first Canada Blooms festival was “Secret Gardens." We find that our favourite gardens are the ones where you discover something wonderful hiding just around a corner.
Landscape lighting extends the day and the season - giving you more enjoyment from your garden experience.