• Tools and Gadgets
  • Furnish your outdoor room in style.
  • Bring a little whimsy to your home and garden.
  • Eat local. Grow your own food.
  • Add a little character to your garden.
  • Well-designed products last a lifetime. Just add water.
  • Gadgets and tools you can't find anywhere else.
  • Bring your garden inside.
  • Tools that work beautifully.
  • Let the garden sooth you.
  • Water is music in the garden. Let it play.
  • Bring new life to the garden.

Play in the Dirt

  • Miniature gardening is a hot trend in gardening these days. You can create whimsical mini gardens in containers, corners of your regular garden and even potholes!

Create Beauty

  • One of the best things about living on Vancouver Island is the ability to enjoy the great outdoors throughout most of the year. Gardens, once limited to growing flowers and vegetables or providing a place for kids to play, are now considered outdoor living rooms.

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Over the Fence

  • If you’re growing garlic, we hope you have harvested the “curlicue” tops or “scapes” that form at the top of the plants in June. Hopefully, you cut them off and if you still have some on hand, garlic pesto is a yummy garlic-y topping for pasta, grilled chicken, homemade pizza, or a burger. Here’s our recipe:

The Good Stuff

  • Summer is the perfect time for dining al fresco. Any meal outdoors is good, but why not kick it up a notch and organize a splendid garden party?

    Hosting a bright and lively outdoor party doesn’t mean that it has to be extravagant. You want to keep it simple so you can enjoy the party as much as your guests. You don’t need elaborate food or preparations: it’s the little details that turn outside eating into a memorable event.

    Here are our best tips for a successful and memorable garden party.

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