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Category: Greenhouse Tips

Biggest Gardening Challenges

How a greenhouse can save your garden too In late September I ask Facebook followers to share their biggest garden...

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Sunshine On Your Face in Garden Greenhouse
Posted on March 20, 2019 | Categories: Donna Balzer, greenhouse, greenhouse gardening, Greenhouse Tips, greenhouses

I close my eyes as I bask in the sun, heat on my face. I take off my jacket and...

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Benefits of Glass vs. Polycarbonate for Greenhouse Glazing
Posted on March 12, 2019 | Categories: greenhouse climate control, Greenhouse Tips, Heating your greenhouse

This is one of the most common questions we are asked and we have put together this quick but technical...

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New Crops, Germination testing and continuous growing in your greenhouse this year!
Posted on January 11, 2019 | Categories: greenhouse gardening, Greenhouse Plans, Greenhouse Tips, Uncategorized

A new crop, discovered in a seed catalogue last year, piqued my growing interest. I grow lots of vegetables but...

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November and still growing in my greenhouse

Corle ran ahead of me on the beach and stuck her head right into a dead seal. And then she...

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October in the Garden – Composting and Winter Ready
Posted on October 5, 2018 | Categories: greenhouse gardening, Greenhouse Tips

  Arnold is always hungry. And some of his favorite foods are the fruits and vegetables I grow in my...

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September in the Greenhouse

What Would Donna Do? New Crops and Bumper Harvests I’m flying home through Calgary into Comox on my way back...

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August Crops in the Greenhouse – Grow Your Own Food

August plants are growing so fast that I should have a time-lapse camera to record the speedy growth. It’s...

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Are you killing plants with kindness?

Hand watering is fun for gardeners. If you are around to get the job done. But a wilted plant is...

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Are You and Your Plants Crushed by Heat?

I had to take a break in the shade. It was over 30 C, the sun was beating down and...

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