A “bright” Idea For Your Backyard
When it comes to enjoying your outdoor living space after the sun goes down, lighting is key.
Outdoor Living: The Urban Treehouse
The journey from debris to an idyllic sylvan retreat in the city
Garden Expert: Bye-bye Butterfly
The monarch butterfly is in decline. It has been for some time and Canadian Wildlife magazine reports that it still is. So what? Let’s just say that the monarch is to the world of nature, what an economic indicator is to our economy.
Cover Story: In The Zone
The designated areas of Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault’s backyard makeover add up to countless hours of summer fun
Improve Home Health And Wellness With These 10 Plants
Studies in older adults show that the presence of plants in their living space can contribute to an improved sense of wellbeing.
Green Living Show
From fitness and fashion, to food and travel, the Green Living Show offer inspiration and activities for the green-at-heart. READ MORE
Garden Expert: Get Planting
A new gardening season is ahead of us: a fresh chapter in the book of life with nature. I recommend that we make the best of it and plant some trees. It is important to plant the right tree in the right place. Here are some considerations when planting trees and my top recommendations
National Home Show, Canada Blooms Inspires Everyone
The two shows — co-located again this year — exhibit the best in home building, decorating, outdoor living, gardening and renovation.
How To Make The Most Of A Small Outdoor Space
Whether you live in a beautiful new condo or find yourself in a semi-detached home in Toronto, you may be finding yourself wondering how to make the most your small outdoor space.
Garden Expert: Birding 101
One in four Canadians buy bird food and/or consume ‘ birding’ products. The average amount spent is $1,000 per year. If that sounds crazy, count me as one of the crazy ones. With 14 feeding stations on my property, I spend a lot of time and money providing sustenance to my local bird population.