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.
A well-designed garden pulls you in and shows you where to travel for a full experience of the space along its paths. There are so many options now with patio stones in natural and man-made materials, rockery, wood, composite – there are options out there that can work for your purpose and within your budget.
Water gives movement and depth to a garden. If you’re close to a busy street or want to drown out the noisy neighbours next door, a water feature is a great way to mute the world around you.
During World War Two, people planted Victory Gardens. During 2020, people planted Covid Gardens! Not surprisingly - Food Gardening has become the fastest growing sector in horticulture.
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’s something about having a roof over our heads – even when we’re outside. Enclosure makes us feel safe, but we also love the feeling of entering a secret or magical place.
Art and gardens have always been great partners. After all, gardening is a living form of art.
Part of the beauty of growing flowers and foliage outside is the ability to bring them inside.
Colour is a great way to express your gardening personality. Colour can brighten your space, and your life!
Raised garden beds are on the rise and like any up and coming fad, the first question on everyone's mind is: are they worth it?
Watch for our new Canada Blooms inspiration videos throughout the spring. Then get in the garden, take some shots, and share your gardens with us using the hashtag #CanadaBlooms
A fall tradition for outdoor decor in Canada.