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Kitchen & Garden

Rainy day garden tasks

Rainy day garden tasks

A little rain shouldn’t keep you from taking care of some important indoor tasks that need attention.

Fiddleheads: a sure sign of spring

Fiddleheads: a sure sign of spring

Finding, harvesting and preparing fiddleheads is a time-honoured Maritime tradition, but there are many things to get right to ensure that you source, harvest and cook the plants properly.

Gardening can keep you young

Gardening can keep you young

Gardening is a therapeutic activity for seniors; these ten tips can make gardening more comfortable and accessible for older people.

Tips for starting plants from seed

Tips for starting plants from seed

It may seem a bit intimidating to grow plants from seed if you’ve never done it before, but here are five things to look out for to ensure success.

Trowel and error

Trowel and error

Some gardening mistakes are inevitable, but others can be easily avoided.

Making a farm share work for you

Making a farm share work for you

As more people join in community supported agriculture, the drawbacks of the model are beginning to show and farmers are responding with innovative new approaches.

The collard conundrum

The collard conundrum

Scientifically a plant is classified as an annual, biennial or perennial; but in practice, there is a lot of grey area.

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