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Gardeners are looking ahead to spring: see sales and what to plant
As Jocelyne Sewell puts her garden to bed for the winter, she is already dreaming of next spring and the gardening joy that will bring
Snapdragons and dahlias in November? Yes, in gardening expert Jocelyne Sewell's Vernon garden.
Fall is here but Jocelyne Sewell is already looking towards spring by preparing her garden with cold frames and plenty of mulch
It's the middle of September and that means it's time to think about picking all of those delicious veggies, such as potatoes and squash
Columnist Jocelyne Sewell is learning the lacto-fermentation process of making sauerkraut.
Jocelyne Sewell offers some warm-weather suggestions for making the most of your summer bounty
The tomato hornworm is a small creature that can do enormous damage in your garden
It's tricky to grow blue hydrangeas in the North Okanagan, but there are plenty of other gorgeous colours to add to your garden
There are several methods of getting rid of these unwelcome garden pests
Hummingbirds are a delightful addition to your garden — Jocelyne Sewell shares some tips on attracting them
Garden clubs in Vernon have a full roster of fun activities for everyone from the novice gardener to the
Choosing a pot that is the right size for your plants will help ensure container gardening success.
Jocelyne Sewell offers some tips for growing in cooler weather, starting with a cold frame
Jocelyne Sewell shares her tips for companion planting in your North Okanagan garden
There are some cool weather crops that can be planted in the spring, just as soon as it is warm enough to work the ground.
From attracting pollinators to your garden, to fun activities for kids, Seedy Saturday on March 12 promises something for everyone
Gardening columnist Jocelyne Sewell writes her 100th column for The Morning Star and celebrates the early arrival of spring
Jocelyne Sewell shares some of her tips for getting your seeds started and ready for spring planting
Gardening expert Jocelyne Sewell has some fool-proof methods for keeping seeds from one year to the next