Ceres October 2016

Foraging a Gardener Ceres Edible Landscaping | Cyle Serra   “Everything seems possible!” These …


Waterwise Landscapes

WaterWise Gardens The month of May brought some very warm weather to the Valley and already we’re se …


Ceres Edible Landscaping

The Wonderful World of Seeds I’ve been saving seeds since I was 4 or 5 years old, when my earliest m …


Ceres Edible Landscaping: September 2015

Good King Henry A Perennial Feast Gardeners and farmers are now harvesting the fruits of their labou …


Ceres Edible Landscaping: August 2015 Newsletter

Observation While quietly working in the garden one evening I realized how much I enjoy this time am …


Ceres Edible Landscaping February Newsletter 2015

Soil: Key to Our Future Did you know, there are more organisms in a tablespoon of soil than there ar …


Newsletter Ceres January 2015

Ceres Edible Landscaping – Time to Design In January, especially on blustery cold days, the season c …


Ceres December Newsletter – Luxury of Leaves

The Luxury of Leaves In the Cowichan Region we are fortunate to have a vast amount of free organic a …


Ceres November 2014: Catching the Rain

Catching the Rain With the extensive rainfall we receive on Vancouver Island in the fall and winter, …


Ceres October 2014

What and How Does Your Food Eat? What are the garden plants you munch on eating from the soil and ai …


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