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A Summer Send-OffWritten by Blue Grass
William Shakespeare asked so eloquently, “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?”, noting that the qualities of a summer day are subject to change and will eventually diminish. In the sonnet, Shakespeare compares the quality of a summer’s day to that of a young man. As we near the end of August, especially here […]Read More
Understanding Hardiness ZonesWritten by Blue Grass
Gardening can be a challenge in any climate, but in the western provinces, we seem to get so many variables that some days one might wonder why we bother. Taking a look at this season’s many successful flower pots, vegetable plots and tree lots may explain why because when all factors work in our favour, […]Read More
As the Temperature RisesWritten by Blue Grass
With some summer sun finally in the forecast, it’s a good time to take another stroll through the garden and get started on some mid-summer garden maintenance. Flowerpots and containers will likely need a good deadheading or trimming if they are starting to look a little overgrown, leggy or have fewer flowers. Deadheading of certain […]Read More