Just think what four laying hens can produce. My calculation is 128 eggs every seven days
The resulting excitement over the newest project exceeded my knowledge of how to plan a winter garden
In order to turn blossoms into fruit they need to be pollinated
A basement clean up that unearthed a silver memorial jug has kept some local garden club members puzzled for weeks
Planting the root ends of five green onions, after chopping the upper stalks for a salad, worked very well
What Does New York City Have that Campbell River hasn’t got?
The tip to keeping basil going is to pinch off the leaves, says Campbell River gardening columnist
Who would have thought you could grow a crop of spuds on a patio or a balcony?
Breaking new ground for a hands-in-dirt experience is the start of an interesting collaboration
“What could be nicer than fresh spinach, lettuce and greens early in the spring?”
Are we guilty of gulping down our meals in order to get on with the next activity?
URBAN GARDENER: City council’s adoption of Agriculture Plan was a green-letter day for our committee
steering committee formulated the plan and recommendations for a strong agriculture sector to be developed
Chiffonading is a posh sounding description for a very simple leafy vegetable dish
We’re being left in the dust, when it comes to good dirt, by our progressive coastal neighbours
Sorrel Is An Amazing Herb and its versatility continues to surprise me.
Checking Out Other People’s gardens is a constant source of inspiration. I visit some amazing backyard vegetable gardens.
The Mystery Of The Farm Property under development at the corner of Peterson and Evergreen Road is solved
The Edible Courtyard, a creative garden plan by a dynamic former student at Timberline Secondary School, is now underway in the school’s spacious interior court
With the interest in home grown food sweeping Vancouver Island, there is a corresponding desire for beginners to just jump in and join the parade