East-end residents got a crash course in the art of “hot composting” at the garden above The Big Carrot Community Market.
The opportunity to be part of a community garden provides more than just a chance to get outdoors, and East York has an abundance of gardens to explore. A community garden is best defined as…
Global warming is tricking some birds into returning before spring properly comes around. As a result, they have to endure the harsh winter cold and a lack of food sources. However, there are ways we can help
When you think “farm” you may not think of downtown Toronto, but Alec Wheeler is trying to change that perception. Near Queen and Dufferin, sits Waterwheel Farms, an aquaponics farm that grows leafy greens and herbs.
One of Canada’s best flower and garden shows, Canada Blooms, hosts its 20th anniversary here in Toronto this week.
Joanna Blanchard and her team of four volunteers from the Leaside Garden Society were awarded first place for their piece in the Open Design category at Canada Blooms this year. The theme, ‘Horsepower,’ was inspired by the equestrian events at the Toronto PanAm/Parapan Am Games taking place this summer.
Elvis tribute artist Roy LeBlanc tells Nicholas Misketi of Toronto Observer TV News why buying locally from pickOntario growers is a great choice for this year’s garden.
Now that the winter weather is slowly making its way out and the sun is starting to warm up the ground, it’s the perfect time to get out and get that garden ready for the new season.
Since her husband retired, Lippert has paid extra attention to the front garden. There are snapdragons and hostas still doing well this fall. One could say her work created one of the best gardens in the city. Proof is that Lippert just won a 2010 City of Toronto Garden award for a commercial property.
Susan Poizner never used to call herself a gardener and never gardened in her life until a few years ago. Today she gardens for a living.