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reviewed Stuart Robertson's Tips on Container .... September 25, 2009
Tips on Container Gardening
Stuart Robertson was my garden guru long before I met him. I remember calling into the CBC’s Radio Noon phone-in to ask a question about how to divide spider plants and to offer my solution to slugs. …
reviewed Kitsch Gardens. August 29, 2009
Kitsch Garden
In several Montreal neighborhoods, people have begun to plant flowers around the street trees. Looks very nice, and probably is good for the tree, since a wilting flower is often more successful in crying …
reviewed Urban Gleaners and Gardeners. August 07, 2009
Urban Gleaners
The squirrels have already begun to eat the pears in our backyard, even though the fruit are only about two inches long and hard as rocks.Last year we had a bumper crop from our two trees at the back …
reviewed Russian Olives. August 04, 2009
Russian Olive
To step outside one morning this summer was to step into cloud of warm air and the smell of Russian olives in bloom. Too bad there’s no scratch-and-sniff feature on the Internet so far, because …
reviewed Very Small Gardens. August 01, 2009
Very Small Gardens
It's amazing what people will do to bring a little green and garden into their lives. The photo of the second floor patio was taken last week in the center of Montreal. It faces south west, which means …
reviewed Permeable Paving. July 31, 2009
Permeable Paving
The value of permeable paving became clear over the weekend when we had a series of intense thunderstorms. Out walking yesterday I saw several good sized ponds on asphalted driveways, as well as deltas …
reviewed Best books about gardening. July 30, 2009
Books about Gardening
As the summer advances and the flowers bloom, my thoughts are never far from gardening, even when sitting and relaxing.  That's when it's nice to have a stack of good books about gardens and nature …
reviewed Gardening. July 30, 2009
So far no field tomatoes from Quebec have showed up in Montreal stores or at the Jean Talon Market. Usually it’s August before the crop comes in, and this year it may be even later because of the …
reviewed Small Gardens. July 29, 2009
Small Gardens
One of the basic types of housing in the center of Montreal is what's called a triplex here: buildings three stories tall with a flat on each floor. They're big apartments with six to eight rooms. When …
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