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Yard of the Week – Iya and James Carson

This Yard of the Week is a rural oasis of rock gardens, gravel paths and raised beds among mature pine and spruce trees. Located at...

Gardening in Almonte: Be Fruitful

Growing up on a dairy farm, I always suspected that my dad’s first love was not the cattle but rather his small orchard of...

Gardening in Almonte: Control Issues?

You never know where the idea for a column comes from! I was minding my own business buying coffee beans at one of my...

Gardening in Almonte: Almonte Farmers Market Opened on Saturday!

  I spent a delightful four hours Saturday morning at the Master Gardener table at the Almonte Farmers Market breathing in the tantalizing aroma of...

Yard of the Week — Judy and John Riopelle

This impeccably maintained corner property at 325 Tait McKenzie Drive, owned by Judy and John Riopelle, was chosen as this week's yard of the...

Gardening in Almonte: How big is too big??

Over my many decades of growing vegetables, I have always been consistent -- consistent in having a garden that is just a bit too...

Gardening in Almonte: Thanks to all the volunteers!!

I believe that gardeners in our midst are very special people as the fruits of their labours do so much to enrich our community....

Gardening in Almonte: Four September workshops and a bountiful harvest

 by David Hinks Last week I talked about efforts by the Neighbourhood Tomato to create a vegetable gardening community. Raised garden beds have popped up...

Yard of the Week: Sandra Allen and Kevin Wilson

The Mississippi Mills Yard of the Week is sponsored by the Almonte and District Horticultural Society. The pristine beds, window boxes and pots at 604 Laroque...

Gardening in Almonte: A community effort?

by David Hinks I often think of gardening as a very individual pastime. I appreciate the solitude to commune with growing things and connect with...

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