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Nature’s gardens are classified into layers: the ‘L’ litter layer is the top, undecayed layer of dead plant material…
Imagine what our lives throughout history would be like without the farmers, gardeners and landscapers?
Do you remember when the first seedless watermelons and grapes came out in the grocery store or the first pit-less peach?
One of the Christmas traditions we all love is to own or give a beautiful poinsettia.
A few years ago, my friend gave me a gift with an inscription on it that read: “At Peace in my Garden.”
So many precious trees (and lives) are lost during big storms, tornadoes, flooding and fires that ravage the earth every year.
Beautiful fall colours are starting to appear on some of our trees and I can’t wait to rake all those leaves up for this year’s compost pile
I’m always amazed by how much kids morph and grow over the two short months of summer.
Now it’s time for a commercial break to bring to your attention a good product I use to successfully put out my “garden fires.”
The Shuswap Market News welcomes gardening columnist Margo Westaway to our pages.