Tags : gardening

Canada Blooms Tickets Awarded

Thank you to all of you for your interest in free tickets to Canada Blooms. Tickets have been awarded and winners have been notified by email. Have a good time at the show and let us know what you think. Here’s looking forward to Spring!Read More

Free Tickets to Canada Blooms 2016!

We are proud that Niagara Escarpment Views is again a partner sponsor of Canada Blooms. To win a pair of free tickets to the 20th anniversary of the Canada Blooms show, please leave a comment below to show that you were here, then send an email message to editor@NEViews.ca. Your tickets will be held in your […]Read More

Nothing is Easy in the Country

With the Summer print issue, I (Gloria Hildebrandt) began a column entitled “The Gift of Land,” describing the 14-acre property near the Niagara Escarpment that I inherited from my father. I’ve heard some kind comments from readers who enjoyed it, so I’m going to post a few more musings about it here, with a few […]Read More

Create Healthy Yards in Milton

Want to upgrade your yard, but don’t know where to start? Conservation Halton is offering a series of four free workshops in May to help Milton homeowners create a healthy yard and understand the impact of their yards and neighbourhoods on local water quality. Conservation Halton has assembled a team of experts who will lead […]Read More

Niagara Escarpment Views a Sponsor of Canada Blooms

We are pleased that Niagara Escarpment Views will present the award for Most Imaginative Garden at Canada Blooms this year. The Awards Night on March 19 is when  Canada Blooms and Landscape Ontario honour the talent of the Feature Garden Builders, Designers and Architects. This year Canada Blooms has more than 20 garden builders who […]Read More

Best Garden Street Contest

Malcolm Allen, MP for Welland, is working to establish a National Garden Day. Here’s some information about a contest by the Canadian Garden Council. Does your street measure up? Canada is a country made up of neighbourhoods, and in many are streets where neighbours take pride in making their gardens — and even city-owned medians […]Read More

Highlights of 4th Annual Greater Niagara Region Home & Garden

With the unbelievable winter weather we’re still having, it’s so nice to look at photos of colourful flowers and ideas for outdoor living. The 4th Annual Greater Niagara Region Home & Garden Show on the weekend, March 21 to 23, was a fine place to get a hit of the good weather that should be […]Read More

Spring 2014: Our Annual Gardens Special

We’re very proud of our Spring 2014 issue. This is our largest ever, and at 64 pages, it has been my goal to grow to this size. Readers and our viewers now really have something to get their teeth into! Here is a peek at the four main feature articles in it. Half are dedicated […]Read More

Dreaming of Gardens After the Ice Storm

When you’ve survived an ice storm but your yard is littered with big and little broken tree branches and there is still a thick, slippery ice crust under new snow, making walking treacherous, especially if you’re still healing great bruises on your knees from falls more than a week ago, it is pleasant to sit […]Read More

Emerald Ash Borer Treatment

This advertorial by Maple Hill Tree Services of Mississauga appears in our Spring 2013 issue. The information about the Emerald Ash Borer, that is devastating Green Ash trees in southern Ontario, and how to treat the pest, is important enough that we want to have it on our blog, which can be searched. Photos are […]Read More