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This summer I talked to wild bee expert Sheila Colla, a scientist from York University, about wild bees and what we as gardeners can do to ..read more
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When I sprinkled the seeds of this lovely ‘Dukat Leafy Dill’ from Renee’s Garden, I was hoping this would happen. ‘Dukat’ is ..read more
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This ghostly character is something you don’t see every day, certainly not in Toronto. With its fleshy, pale appearance those who see ..read more
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After 70 years of delighting Toronto gardeners with their superb selection of nursery items Humber Nurseries is closing down. With a place ..read more
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The Islands might be flooded, and the record-setting lake levels are eroding the boardwalk. But all that rain in spring 2019 has had one ..read more
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Tomorrow, we visit the VIP preview for the second annual sculpture show known as ZimSculpt at the Toronto Botanical Garden. Our weekly ..read more
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This isn’t a post so much as a mash note to the foxtail lily aka desert candle (Eremurus spp). Love isn’t strong enough a word. My ..read more
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At a recent Toronto Botanical Gardens talk, Sean James gave us the lowdown on how he uses shrubs. Sean, who’s been gardening since he was ..read more
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Over the years, I’ve volunteered many times to be a Master Gardener stationed in the private gardens open for the Toronto Botanical ..read more
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Last week, I took you on a walk in the woods. This week, it’s a walk on the really wild side: Fashionable Bloor Street. It isn’t my ..read more

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