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Guest Columns

Discovering the World of Animal Tracks
By Chad Clifford

Is there a Bluebird on your Windowsill?
By Cliff Bennett

Vermicomposting – Worms are a Gardener’s Best Friend
By Danielle Lefebvre

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Ten Easy Steps to Build a Container Garden Oasis
By Gaston Tessier

Gardening with Native Canadian Plants
By John P. Morgan

Making Healthy Choices — Going Organic
By Ted Cooper

Project “CHIRP!” — Gardening for Songbird Conservation
By Christina Sharma and Sarah Coulber

Step Softly : Environmental Stewardship
By Marilyn H.S.Light

Lasagna Gardening: Nature’s Way
By Patricia Lanza

Backyard Network
By Beate Heissler

Native Grasses for the Modern Landscape
By Ken Parker

Organic Fruit Tree Growing
By Stefan Sobkowiak

Great Bouquets with Native Plants
By Sandi Winter

This Spring Grow Some Prairie Wildflowers — It’s Easier Than You Think!
By Cherry Dodd

From Pine Beetles to Budworms: A Field Guide to Some of Canada’s Worst Forest Offenders
By Carollynne Smith

Bark with Bite - Planting Trees for Winter
By Michael Rosen

Deer Oh Deer What Shall I Do?
By Gaston Tessier

By Raakel Toppila

Native Grasses
By Raakel Toppila

Native Lilies - Part One: Growing from Seed
By Philip Fry

Native Lilies - Part Two: Planting
By Philip Fry

Deer-Resistant Plants
By Nancy Bremner

Solution For A Wet Area
By Gaston Tessier

To Water or Not . . . Think Preservation
By Gaston Tessier

Hold Your Water - The Ten Commandments to Water Consciousness
By Sharon Hanna

Seeds of Spring
By Maria MacRae

Start with Food and Shelter
By Sandy Garland

A Garden Stream
By Paul McLellan

Water In The Garden
By Gaston Tessier

Photographing Nature in Winter
By John and Arlene Neilson

Native or Naturalized That is the question.
By Gaston Tessier

A Feast for Backyard Birds
By Paul McLellan


Guide de jardinage — été 2009

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Zones de rusticité

Choix de plantes en fonction des zones de rusticité