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Watch the Recording of Insects in your Garden: Good, Bad or Just Ugly
Did you miss our March 14th virtual seminar, Insects in your Garden: Good, Bad or Just Ugly? Good news! The session was recorded! In this seminar, Dr.
Mason Bee Cocoons & Homes
gardenKitchener members: are you interested in supporting some important Pollinators? No amount of water or fertilizer will produce abundant flowers and vegetables without pollination.
Mix up your garden plans with these under-used annuals
Are you looking to change up your approach to annuals this season? Rodger Tschanz, Trial Garden Manager at the University of Guelph’s Guelph Turfgrass Institute, recently walked us through an extensive list of annuals that he's been working with lately.
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Looking for some unique ideas for gift-giving this year? Check out these amazing promotions from our partners.
November in Rockway Gardens
November is here, and while the days of lush greenery, delicate blossoms and splashing fountains are behind us, there is still much beauty and texture to be found in Rockway Gardens during the later fall months.
Ways to learn about horticulture
It was about 40 years ago that I began my foray into gardening.
2022 Vegetable Harvest at Rockway Gardens
Once again, the Rockway Gardens staff (led by Garden Supervisor, Karin Clemens) have been successful in their initiative to grow edible plants alongside the traditional ornamentals in Rockway's garden beds.
What’s in Bloom in October?
At this time of the year, we are frequently asked "what's in bloom".
Read the Autumn Issue of OHA’s Trillium
is the quarterly newsletter of the OHA (Ontario Horticultural Association).
The other day, I was cleaning up the garden and the day's project was to prune several Clematis.