Fruit and Vegetable Gardening

Edmonton Potato Growers Information on seed potatoes and planting tips.

Fruit Tree Pollination Compatibility helps you find which varieties will pollinate your fruit tree.

Growing a Greener World is a TV show on national Public Television that features organic gardening, green living and farm-to-table cooking. Each episode focuses on compelling and inspirational people making a positive impact on the planet through gardening and shares DIY information that we can all use at home.

GrowVeg – garden planner app

Linda A. Gilkeson is a regular instructor in the Master Gardener program in BC, gives workshops on pest management and organic gardening. For her website click here.

Helmer’s Organic Farm Family owned and operated farm located in the Pemberton Valley. They have farmed organically since clearing the land and making fields in 1980 and are the fourth generation of this family to farm in the Pemberton Valley. They are known as growers of spectacular tasting potatoes and have up to 18 varieties that have been chosen for their own specific taste and cooking characteristic.

Loutet Farm

No Dig Organic Gardening

Planet Natural Research Centre Planet Natural provides expert gardening advice and tips for growing healthy delicious food and beautiful, sustainable environments without harmful pesticides and chemical fertilizers.

Quickcrop a series of short informative videos on fruit and vegetable gardening.

Royal Horticultural Society Vegetable Gardening

Saltspring Apple Company grow many different varieties of apples and their site contains information on all the varieties they grow.

Tomatoes Craig Le Houllier’s site has information on growing tomatoes

The Western Washington Fruit Research Foundation (WWFRF) is dedicated to supporting research and educating the public about the special fruit growing concerns of the Pacific Northwest region.

UBC Vegetable Gardening

University of Washington Vegetable Gardening

The Vancouver Fruit Tree Project is a non-profit society. Their volunteers harvest extra fruit from backyard fruit trees and share it with community groups. In the past 16 years, they have picked almost 60,000 pounds of fruit and redistributed it to community centres, neighbourhood houses, daycares and other community initiatives.