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Category: Winter


An Evergreen Tradition

By: Catharine Skinner  There is no such thing as perfect. This is what I must remind myself every single year when it comes time to choose my fresh Christmas tree. Still, when it comes to selection, I agonize over just…

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How to Care for a Fresh Cut Christmas Tree

Real, cut Christmas trees are a wonderfully fragrant tradition for the holidays. They are easy to care for and keeping them fresh is the. Knowing how to buy and care for a real Christmas tree ensures maximum enjoyment throughout the holiday. These tips will help you buy and care for your cut Christmas tree:

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20 years of Festive Magic: The NOTL Rotary Holiday House Tour

This year, our town celebrates 20 years of the festive magic that is the Niagara On The Lake Rotary Holiday House Tour. Six grand, local homes are festooned for the season by local designers, and the doors are open to…

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A Harvest of Local Artisans

My holiday market-hopping will kick off Nov. 16 – 18th with A Very Mori Christmas Palooza. A showcase of local artisans, the Niagara on the Lake Christmas Market, Christmas décor, the most beautiful trees, wreaths, and custom planters

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Improve Your Home’s Return on Investment with Landscaping

Improve your Homes ROI with Landscaping. Your return on landscaping potentially being as high as 150 percent and up. What does ‘your’ garden have to offer?

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Grape Vines, How To Prune For Fruit

Pruning grape vines can be a mystery. But if you remember that all grapes produce fruit on one-year old wood, you have taken the first step towards viticulture!

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Plant Rentals – A Unique Approach to Wedding Decor

As a wedding officiant in the Niagara Region, I’ve seen all kinds of weddings. Some of the most beautiful weddings I’ve attended incorporate nature.

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How To Prune – Knowing Your Pruning Goal

When pruning any plant, it is always good to know what your goal is and that will help you determine how to best prune your shrub. Here are the 5 main goals of pruning and the questions that you should be asking yourself before you begin:

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