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Leslieville Gardeners

For any type of gardener, whether you are a pro or an amateur! Share advice, comments, and discuss your Leslieville gardens!

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Latest Activity: Aug 6

Leslieville Discussion Forum

Adopt a Tree

Started by Annie Aug 9, 2013. 0 Replies

How to Remove Hornets Humanely

Started by JM. Last reply by Purrbollina Jun 26, 2013. 1 Reply

Gardener Wanted

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Comment by Naomi Eaton on January 29, 2011 at 4:05pm
For ideas and recipes www.yougrowgirl.com is a lot of fun.  Gayla (who runs the site) lives in Parkdale.
Comment by Purrbollina on January 29, 2011 at 3:57pm

I like the Canadian Gardening website as they have some relevant information about gardening here. They also have a resources page where you can find out about nurseries, other gardening websites, local groups etc. The forums & blogs can be interesting too

http://www.canadiangardening.com/

Comment by Doll Factory by Damzels on January 29, 2011 at 11:52am

I've always had luck with Vessey's seeds and bulbs...

http://www.veseys.com/ca/en/?veseys=nf0e8j7egfm5llnfp2f275p4m3

Spring will come!.....someday.

 

Comment by Pat on January 29, 2011 at 2:05am
Totally, Nancy, totally :-) First I'll find the planters, then the plants.
Comment by Nancy on January 28, 2011 at 9:34pm
I've got a whole new landscape to set up this year. I moved from a house with front and back yards with small gardens, to a condo with a huge balcony. I have visions of tomato plants in lots of sunlight, pretty flowers viewed from the windows, and some greenery to get me through next winter. Lots to think about. Fortunately I have some help.... Pat....
Comment by Pat on January 28, 2011 at 7:37pm

*sigh* Anyone else dreaming of spring and looking at catalogues, wondering what to add to the garden? What are your favourite online websites to look at, either to order plants/seeds, or to get ideas?

I'm a fan of www.veseys.com (seeds, annuals, perennials: based in PEI) and www.pickeringnurseries.com (for roses).

Comment by Liz Johnston on November 26, 2010 at 7:08pm
I think you can wait until early spring to prune back the lavender. Usually I like to move plants in the fall or spring, before it gets too hot. It's a bit late for the fall now.
Comment by Whit RB on November 26, 2010 at 9:27am
A couple of questions: What should I do, pruning-wise to my lavender this fall? And, what time of year is the best time to move a plant?
Comment by Doll Factory by Damzels on November 16, 2010 at 1:33pm
Gardeners of Leslieville!
We invite you to join 32 participating businesses along Queen St East from Logan to Greenwood for our 5th annual

Leslieville Holiday Wanderlust

******and evening of light, warmth and adventure*******

Thursday November 18th 6-10pm

For more info about all in store events visit our Facebook page:
Leslieville Wanderlust

and follow our gnome on Twitter @WanderlustGnome

P.S, thanks for keeping our neighbourhood beautiful!

Comment by JM on September 9, 2010 at 3:40pm
Thanks, marx. I had not thought of the weight factor. We have great southern exposure on the front lawn, but nothing high to hang them on unless we bought a basketball net! And the back, well it's coonland.
 

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