Spring is finally here. Now is as good a time as any to prepare your garden for any future flowers, plants, and vegetables you plan to grow in the upcoming season.
In the vast expanse of Canada, where winters can be long and harsh, the idea of cultivating a thriving vegetable garden might seem like a distant dream. In this blog post, we'll explore the art of winter gardening in Canada, offering tips and insights to help you cultivate a flourishing winter vegetable garden.
As the winter frost begins to recede and the days get longer, it's time to shake off the hibernation blues and set your sights on a vibrant springtime backyard upgrade. Transform your outdoor space into a haven of beauty and relaxation by strategically combining hardscaping and softscaping elements.
The weather is getting colder, and the nights are getting longer, which means your summer backyard probably needs a tune-up if you want to keep enjoying some quality outdoor time at home. If so, it's time to embrace the greatest outdoor feature for winter: the fire pit.
Preparing your landscape for winter can be a lot of work, but it's worth it! Not only will some careful prep help your plants and trees survive the cold months ahead, but it will get you ahead of the gardening game when spring arrives.Here are some fall gardening tips that will keep you on track.
Outdoor kitchens are a fantastic way to use the space outside your home and celebrate the warm weather. But what happens to that perfect summer kitchen when the cool evenings start closing in?
As Autumn approaches, so does chilly nights and the need for cozy sweaters around a fire. Fire pits are a staple of outdoor entertaining, and they're some of the easiest ways to make your home feel more inviting and get everyone outside and enjoying the weather.
Outdoor kitchens are the latest trend, and for good reason. They bring the joy of cooking outdoors to a whole new level.To help you get started on your own project, we've rounded up some of our favourite ideas to inspire you in your own outdoor cooking adventures!
Your landscape requires sun, nutrients, optimum temperatures, air, and water to thrive. Investing in an irrigation system provides your landscape with supplemental water when rainfall is insufficient.
Maintaining your driveway is an important part of home upkeep. It protects you and your family from unnecessary damage to your property and vehicles, as well as keeping it looking clean and neat for visitors.
The front yard is the first thing that people will notice about your home. With spring well under way, now is the perfect time to start considering curb appeal.
Spring is in the air, and it's time to get your garden back in action. Follow these 6 easy spring landscape ideas and you'll be thanking yourself when the hot weather approaches.
Longer days, warmer temperatures and a little sunshine are all signs that spring has arrived. The changing of the season also serves as a reminder to give our landscape some much-needed attention. Unsure of where to begin? Tree Amigos has got you covered.
Consider these 6 plants that can withstand Canadian winter temperatures and add even more brightness with our LED light idea to build your dream backyard!
Interlocking pavers are generally low maintenance, but they require care in winter. Read our tips on how to keep them intact from snow, ice, and salt.