If you ever felt it was impossible to do yard work, grow a garden, and teach kids how to garden, this book is for you. In four steps—Playing, Exploring, Collecting, and Growing—Biggs and his daughter Emma demonstrate how easy it is to encourage young green-thumbs. Full of engaging pictures to excite children about the garden and outdoors. By Stephen Biggs & Emma Biggs
In this book, a Fig Pig (Steven) who lives in a coldish climate, shares his passion for figs so that others in fig-unfriendly places can see that growing this fabulous fruit isn’t rocket science. Tips, techniques, and anecdotes—along with the insights of fig experts in North America and the UK—make fig growing easy for people who live in places where they think they can’t grow figs. By Stephen Biggs
ZESTFUL, FUN, INFORMATION-PACKED, OPINIONATED—even slightly irreverent—this graphic-novel-meets-gardening-book empowers readers to make their own decisions in the vegetable garden because the authors, two garden coaches, talk frankly about issues…and don’t always agree. “Your book has changed my life,” declared one reader. The reader said such accessible information was truly empowering. By Donna Balzer and Stephen Biggs
Perennial Rudbeckia offers beautiful sunny hues -- yellow or orange flowers depending on the variety . Plus, they offer long-lasting cut flowers for bouquets. These prairie natives are easy care, drought-tolerant, deer-resistant, and attract butterflies. Zones: 3-11
For the 2012 Canada Blooms Garden Festival, Toronto-based landscape design firm b sq. Design Studio turned 105 standard-sized (48” long x 40” wide x 5” tall) pallets into a garden area featuring planter boxes planted with herbs, a water feature, and a 12-foot-tall playhouse with a “roof deck.”
ExperTrees @ Canada Blooms 2015
Brilliant pin to kick start spring gardening projects!! 40 Genius Space-Savvy Small Garden Ideas and Solutions
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