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    All posts by Tricia Ingram

    • Plan a hedge before you plant a hedge

      Hedges are an increasingly common sight in residential landscapes and make a very welcome (albeit higher maintenance) alternative to a fence. Before putting in a...

    • Vines & Climbers

      Vines are a beautiful and welcome addition to nearly any yard or garden! There are both annual and perennial vines, and what you choose to...

    • Weeds…Weeds…Weeds!

      It’s painful but we really must talk about it…those unwanted visitors that keep popping up in your yard. I’m not talking about the in-laws; I’m...

    • Growing Tomatoes

      Growing tomatoes at home is easy and rewarding! If you’ve never grown tomatoes at home before, the following information should help you get started! Cultivation-...

    • Great Herbs from a Kitchen Garden

      Wow, doesn’t it sounds idyllic…Frank Sinatra crooning over the airwaves, a scintillating breeze tickling the kitchen drapes, pasta cooking on the stove, tomatoes simmering alongside,...

    • Starting Your Own Hanging Baskets

      The end of April – mid May is the best time to start your own amazing hanging baskets. From herbs to veggies to flowers, growing...

    • Best Spring and Summer Bulbs for the Prairies

      The weather is warming up, the snow is (mostly!) gone for the season, and it is time to get out there and get gardening!! Along...

    • Growing the perfect potato

      The month of April marks the beginning of vegetable gardening season, and would any veggie garden be truly complete without a potato patch? Growing tasty,...

    • Attracting Hummingbirds to your Garden

      Hummingbirds are beautiful, fascinating little creatures and it is easy to attract them to your garden! Alberta is home to four species of hummingbird- the...

    • Growing Herbs

      Herbs are very easily grown and cultivated here on the prairies, and they are inexpensive and very rewarding. In order to grow and use herbs...