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Saturday October 22nd 2016

Bulk Garden Bags

Big Bulk Bags

Questions to ask before you order from your usual supplier: What’s in the soil? – All products from are made from composted organic materials, We DO NOT use any  fillers, colourants, or excavated content in our naturally sustainable soils. We are not a re-seller of [Read More]


October 2016
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"My green thumb came only as a result of the mistakes I made while learning to see things from the plant's point of view." H. Fred Hale


Botanical Blend Soil

Ah the sweet smell of new soil! We’ve introduced a new blend of soil for 2012 called “Botanical Blend“! In our ongoing efforts to continually source the best soil available for your garden we’ve decided to replace our previous blend with Botanical Blend soil. Why the change? Because we want to make sure you’re getting [Read More]


Selecting the right mulch

How to select the right mulch? Where to buy mulch? If you’re looking for a way to save lots of time in the garden, look no further. Mulching your flower and vegetable beds will drastically reduce the amount of time spent weeding, watering and fighting pests. Mulch also improves the appearance of your garden, and keep [Read More]

Planting and Plants

Spring is the time to Plant!

March and April are ideal months in which to plant perennials, shrubs, trees and various bulbs. Good soil is the key to healthy plants and especially important when doing a new planting or plant transfer. Start with a good soil or use a soil amender and use some bone meal to give them a nice [Read More]

Fertilizers and pH

Soil pH

What does soil pH mean? Soil pH is an indication of the acidity or alkalinity of soil and is measured in pH units. The pH scale goes from 0 to 14 with pH 7 as the neutral point. As the amount of hydrogen ions in the soil increases, the soil pH decreases, thus becoming more [Read More]


MyGardenBag featured in the Vancouver Sun, March 2, 2012

MyGardenBag featured in the Vancouver Sun, March 2, 2012

It’s in the Bag. Time to spread some mulch March 2, 2012. 2:30 pm • Section: In the Garden Written by: stevewhysall  My gardening plan for this weekend is to top-dress all my beds and borders with an inch-thick layer of quality soil-amending mulch. It’s a job I [Read More]

What is

What is

Click on the video to find out more about or watch it on youtube here [Read More]