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LEAF COLLECTING

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Ah yes, that peaceful time of the year when your outdoor gardening is winding down and food producers can enjoy the bounty of their harvest.  If your fancy is floral, you may be feeling a little sad. Should’a popped in … Continue reading

WORMS RESIST!

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We’ve been at this for a while now, 10 years officially, 30 actual, and in that time we’ve seen some pretty bone headed moves by government leaders both here at home and south of the border.  But nothing could prepare … Continue reading

SURPRISE APPEARANCE

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Want to learn more about vermicomposting?  Join us this Saturday at the Garden’s Manitoba 10th annual Gardening Saturday, March 18th from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM at the Victoria Inn & Conference Centre, 1808 Wellington Ave, Winnipeg, MB.  Find us … Continue reading

MOVING TIME, AGAIN

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The nights are getting cold and soon frost will be on the ground, if you have worms outside in our Northern climate, move them inside now.  That’s what we’re doing this week, shifting from our outdoor operation in the country … Continue reading

START YOUR SEEDS IN VERMICAST

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While it’s a little early for most seed germination, there are a few types of food plants and flowers that take longer to mature and can be started indoors now.  Broccoli and cauliflower for example, even some peppers will benefit … Continue reading

IT’S DOG POO SEASON! WE CAN HELP!

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Spring has sprung, warm temps and a dry breeze have created the perfect conditions for a very dramatic dog poo season.  You can smell it in the air and see it on the ground, for those of our readers not … Continue reading

MAKING IT HOT

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It’s the tail end of winter and you can feel the hints of spring on the wind.  Hopefully people are starting to get over the garden withdrawal symptoms that can really get you down in the first cold months of … Continue reading

THE BEAUTY OF THE CYCLE

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There is beauty in the natural cycles of our planet, the simplest lifeforms can provide a view into more complex patterns that lead to greater understanding of our own existence, the ties that bind.  It doesn’t get much simpler than … Continue reading

PUTTING THE WORMS TO BED

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Happy Halloween! While it’s true we’ve enjoyed some lovely Autumn weather this year on the Prairies, the inevitable is bound to happen, snow will fly. To that end, NATURE’S PERFECT PLANT FOOD have put our worms to bed for the … Continue reading

WELCOME TO AUTUMN, THE SEASON OF THE WORM

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Autumn, what a glorious season in the North!  It’s lovely to look at and a treasure to enjoy for a brief time each year.  It can be a little confusing too, night time temperatures are dipping into the frost zone … Continue reading