So, now it’s the end of October in my zone 5 garden and, despite the continued colour of late season perennials and annuals, freeze-up is just around the corner and there are a few important tasks to get done before the killing frosts arrive. 1. Pots and annual planters Protect any terra cotta / clay […]
Bob Chambers, a pioneer in the permaculture movement in Eastern Ontario, shares a brief and comprehensive overview of his journey and experience with permaculture on his 76 acre property in South Frontenac Township.
August 20, 2020 by Nancy Louwman, Master Gardener Whenever I’ve moved in to a new home, I’ve immediately started backyard gardening first. The front garden always requires to some extent different thinking. While back yards are private spaces, often enclosed by fences and/or hedges, front yards are public spaces, viewed from the street, the driveway, […]
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