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Pick up a bee loving perennial today   Liatris spicata ‘Kobold’ Height: 18 to 30” Spread: 20 to 24” Blooming Time: Summer Location: Full Sun Hardiness: to -46° C Uses: As Cut Flowers, Mixed Borders.           Some of our Favorites Sedum ‘Firecracker’ This highly drought tolerant plant provides a wonderful carpet…

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Click the link below to view this year’s Home & Garden Magazine

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It’s Time To Stop and Smell These Roses It is interesting how gardening, like fashion goes in cycles and what was once out of fashion is now in again. With the resurgence in popularity of some of the old plants species such as Dahlias and Roses it is time to look at what is new…

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Recipe Pot with Good Drainage Nutrient Rich Soil (Home & Garden Showplace Perennial Mix) Bonemeal Layer 1: Tulip ‘City of Vancouver’ x 12 Layer 2: Daffodil ‘Avalon’ x 5, Hyacinth ‘Alda’ x 8 Layer 3: Snowdrops ‘Woronowii’ x 10, Crocus ‘Remembrance’ x 10 Top Layer: Lemon Cypress and Pansies

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Category: Charity Events

Cedar Rim recently donated plants to the ‘Autism Foundation Donation Makeover’ project. The project was completed by Sue Watson from the Landscape Consultants. Check out the before and after pictures below. Autism Foundation Home Page The Landscape Consultants

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Fall is the season of fiery reds, orange and yellow.

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Category: To Do Lists

June To Do List Water Gardens –  now is the best time to build or fix up your water garden for summer. There is  a wide variety of plant material available in this month as  tropical  water plants are now ready to be put outdoors. Houseplants –  many houseplants such as orchids & christmas cactus…

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  European Chafer: It is time to deal with the European Chafer, apply your GrubOut and Nematodes now Complete these steps to treat the infestation: Buy nematodes (Heterorhabditis bacteriophora) In the evening or on a cloudy day, moisten your lawn well (to the consistency of a wrung-out sponge). Apply nematodes on your lawn at a rate of…

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Category: To Do Lists

May To Do List BC Living Article Here’s a list of tasks that you should be doing in your garden for May. AROUND THE GARDEN How is your compost doing? Decomposition should be well on its way, and soon the “bottom of the pile” will yield rich, black gold. Give yourself credit for keeping compostables…

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