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Gardening in October To Do List! Protecting Palms – Article Available Here We are all done in the garden, yes?  Unfortunately not, as there are still tasks ahead, even after the first frosts arrive. Bundle yourself up and head outside for a few last minute chores. For the lawn: –If the grass is still growing,…

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Decorate for fall in 5 easy steps Only $39.99 (value of $52) Includes: 3x Small Gourds 2 x Mums 10” 1 x Bale of Straw 2 x Corn Stalk Bundles 2 x Orange Pumpkins

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September To Do List What to Do! The cool weather has finally arrived,  heralding in a new spate of chores in the garden to get you well prepared for  the spring. Put away the BBQ, and pull up those galoshes because a little extra  sweat now will pay off with large dividends next year when…

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Choose the right Hops All varieties available at Cedar Rim Nursery Cascade: 4.5 – 7% Alpha Acid Content The premier aroma Hop. A strong verdant aroma with notes of spice and citrus. Medium sized compact yellow cones with strong disease resistance. Typically used for a wide variety of ales, but is also seen in fruit…

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August To Do List * Keep tending fuchsias for further bloom. Pinch out grapelike berries, and nip out growing tips for a bushier plant. Fertilize and keep watered. * Keep roses deadheaded for fall bloom. * Don’t neglect houseplants. Feed with water-soluble fertilizer each time you water. Move away from intense sun. * Sow vegetables…

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Proven Winners Above and Beyond Vista Mix You may have noticed our beautiful arbours that bloom throughout the summer and into fall with the Proven Winners ‘Above and Beyond’ vista mix. Now is your chance to have the same mix we use in front of our store. You can find the recipe below. Get the…

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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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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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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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