The Beginning Home Gardener Guide has some general information as well as several links to interesting articles.
The Grow Green website is an interactive resource that provides eco-friendly information for gardeners of all kinds in our region. The updated site has new content on food gardening and more designs for small spaces. Over 70 new garden and container designs have been added to the site, with native and pollinator-friendly plants more prominent by increased designs where these plants are featured
Horticultural Myths Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott has a Ph.D. in Horticulture from Oregon State University and is an ISA certified arborist and an ASCA consulting arborist. Linda is the author of four books: the award-winning, horticultural myth-busting The Informed Gardener (2008) and The Informed Gardener Blooms Again (2010), Sustainable Landscapes and Gardens: Good Science – Practical Application (2009) and How Plants Work: The Science Behind the Amazing Things Plants Do (2015).
Pruning Information can be found at PlantAmnesty
Rain Gardens is a link to the SFU Faculty of Environment’s public talk grupos funcionales del sildenafil
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Imagine 12,000 Rain Gardens on Vancouver’s North Shore with guest speaker Dr. Aaron Clark.
This link includes the video, summary and slides of the his talk.