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A guided tour through flower and herb nurseries.

Use natural materials to add a historical look.

Plant a shade garden to add interest to all areas of your yard.

Anchor your garden paths with metal arches.

Turn a pretty old birdbath into a garden focal point.

Use hedges and paths to blend garden styles.

Create a fun, eclectic look in your garden with large pots.

Tuck pretty plants into a shady corner to create an inviting space.

Choose plantings that mimic an enchanting, English-country garden.

Tackle awkward landscaping areas with brightly-hued blooms.

Delicately scented flowers delight all the senses.

How to create a countryside sanctuary — on the cheap.

Start in the spring to promote lush blooms.

Careful pruning is the key to the perfect rose bush.

Plant them in the spring for a sweet fall arrival.

Maintaining these fabulous lush blooms is easy.

You can't go wrong with these large, leafy plants.

Gardening too early can expose your buds to frost.

Speed up the growing process for your garden's first blooms.

The first step to easy gardening is creating the right soil food.

Inspiration & tips on how to design your own spring garden.

Recyclables make garden pots easy to move.

Drawing inspiration from country furniture, colours and patterns.

DIY orbs, lit from within, create an ethereal display.

Colourful blooms create an inviting entry.

Hit Ikea and Canadian Tire for great patio accessories.

Find out which plantings will give you a potted display with pizazz.

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