Fall Gardening Tips

Fall Gardening Tips

The hot days of summer have passed and Fall is upon us. The signs are all around with the brilliant colours on the trees, shorter days, and crisp mornings. Some of the nicest days in the garden are in September and October.  It is hard to believe another summer has past and winter is around […]

Autumn Gardening: Salvias and Sedums

Autumn Gardening: Salvias and Sedums

Salvias and Sedums show their Beauty in the Autumn Garden. In autumn most annuals are putting on their final show. The morning glories have recovered from the summer drought and are climbing fences and gates with all the resilience of nature. Chrysanthemums, the belles of the season, are brightening up the indoors and outside spaces […]

Five Autumn Soups and Stews #EatLocal

Five Autumn Soups and Stews #EatLocal

Planting, growing and harvesting is a series of cycles. We mark the last harvest before winter with feasts and festivals that help us fortify against the cold. Both native plants and transplants thrive on Niagara’s farms and, as a result, the local cornucopia overflows with goodness. Cooking with the freshest ingredients doesn’t require a lot […]

The Greatest Pumpkin Jack-o-Lanterns Ever Carved

The Greatest Pumpkin Jack-o-Lanterns Ever Carved

Pumpkin Jack-O-Lantern Carving Tips According to one legend, the first Jack-o-Lanterns were created for spirits who went wandering during the pagan feasts of Samhain. They provided a warm alternative for mischievous ghouls to take shelter in. It was definitely preferable having them haunt the family home! Today, a carved pumpkin lit up from within provides […]

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

From our Seaway Family to yours, we want to wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving!  Thank you for all your support over these past few months especially.  We have so much to be thankful for. Our Fall hours have started and we will be open this weekend on Saturday from 8 – 5, closed Sunday, […]

Beautiful Bulbs

Beautiful Bulbs

Planting, Growing, Moving Bulbs Crocuses and daffodils, tulips and hyacinths: the flowers that return to our gardens every year like events on the calendar. Their beloved blooms may have short seasons, but their bulbs will only multiply as each spring turns to summer and then waits out the winter before a reliable return. When and […]