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Garden Trends for 2020

Garden Trends for 2020 By Tanya Crowell, M.G. Garden season is mostly over now and there is little work to keep a gardener busy in these short cold days of November. Thus my mind naturally turns to planning next year’s … Continue reading

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Rock Garden: Rejuvenation of a Horticultural Landmark by Dr David Galbraith

At the October meeting, a very interesting and informative presentation was given to Northumberland Master Gardeners by Dr. David Galbraith, Head of Science for the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington.  His talk entitled The RBG Rock Garden: Rejuvenation of a … Continue reading

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Cutting Back Perennials in Fall

‘Karl Foerster’  Feather Reed Grass Stands up well during the winter providing interest in the winter landscape.    As the growing season ends it is time to think about preparing your garden for winter. What should be done with all … Continue reading

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Taking in the Fall: how to enjoy fall color and make use of all those leaves.

This is one of the best times of the year to get out into the woods and onto the trails. The bugs are mostly finished their business of making us into lunch, the days are cool and clear and the … Continue reading

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Introduction to Kathryn McHolm and Her Garden

Kathryn McHolm’s Garden For more than twenty years now on my property in the Village of Welcome, I’ve been listening as the garden speaks to me. It had been previously owned by a couple who lived here, and gardened, for … Continue reading

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Have You Thought Of Adding Lupins To Your Gardenscape?

Lupins are considered a classic cottage garden plant. They are available in a variety of colours incuding red, yellow, pink, white and purple. Lupins bloom during May and June filling the flowering gap between the early spring blooming bulbs and … Continue reading

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