Why nut trees are gaining ground with gardeners in Atlantic Canada and the Northeast United States.
Many of us take soil for granted, even though an estimated 95 per cent of our food comes from it.
Demand for local has been growing across North America, fuelling what could be considered a nascent local flower movement.
A lot of powerful medicinal plants can be found in your backyard, and autumn is a good time to visit mother nature’s pharmacy.
While we don’t tolerate them coming into our homes, we must have a different mindset about insects in the garden.
No other category of food comes close to matching greens for providing so many essential nutrients with so few calories.
Hard work and practical design can turn a small, sheltered space into a beautiful and productive garden.
There are no silver bullets or one-size-fits-all answers in making thumbs greener. But here are answers to a few of the most common gardening questions.
From Vancouver to Halifax to Chicago, and even the White House in Washington, D.C., bee hives are popping up in cities across North America.
Meals in the age of Shakespeare would likely include rampion, scorzonera, salsify, or skirret – vegetables that have now become all but forgotten.