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Summer in the Garden

Summer in the Garden   Take advantage of the warm days, cool evenings and ample morning dew to complete your late summer plantings. With two strong growing months ahead to root out, mid to late August is a very successful time to plant your gardens. Ornamental...

Our Blueberry U-Pick is in Full Pick !

A week of hot weather has snapped our fields into ripening mode.   Our berries are huge this year, and easy picking.  $3/pound   Open daily 9-5.   Bring your buckets, hats and a friend !   For our Facebook followers, our free berry picking contest starts...

Berry Updates

Raspberry picking has begun! Our Raspberry crop is $4/pound, and as always, grown without the use of sprays. The berries are larger than normal, and so so flavourful. This is thanks to the long cool spring. Our Blueberry crop is going to be a bumper one! We are...

May Gardening News

May Gardening News April Showers certainly have brought May flowers! We have had a long, cool spring which extends flowering time on many species. In this edition we’ll talk to you about hanging baskets, spring tips on how to deal with dandelions and of course...

Bali + Magnolias + Rhubarb

Spring at Paradise Yes friends, it has been a while! What a great winter we had here in the Comox Valley, at least compared to the winter before. Our plants suffered very little damage, and our weeds all thrived so make sure to get on that weeding task as soon as...

Winter Gardening

Winter Gardening West Coast snowstorms can be devastating to our precious shrubs and trees. It is recommended to shake or brush your plants off as gently as possible during every snow event until your trees and shrubs are established. Established is when plants are...

April 2017

April 2017 Has Spring Sprung? This is the coldest, wettest spring that any of us youngsters can remember.    After slopping through mud for the last month and a half, things might be looking up.   At least the Magnolias have started to flower, showing us that it is...