Monthly Archives: November 2009

Growing Spaces visits the Royal 0

Wow, what an exciting week at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair!  So much to see, smell and taste…talk about a sensory overload! Friday was a beautiful day to bike down to the Royal and see the sights.  Some of our favorites exhibitions were: All the amazing local foods including jams, chutneys, salsas, mustards, sausages, ice [...]

Edible….Entrance? 0

Heres a garden we did in Toronto last June.  Along the side of the house, a previously under used part of the house was transformed into an edible corridor!  A bed of raspberry bushes, cabbage, and leeks were planted along with one of our self-watering ‘recycle bin’ planters filled with tomato plants, swiss chard, and [...]

Our Market Garden at Aycliff, Ayton 0

Alas, our wonderfully bountiful market garden ended another chapter with the picking of the last of the leeks.  In memoriam, we thought it would be nice to show what it looked like at the beginning of the growing season (before) and what it looked like at its peak (after).

Growing Spaces Greenhouse 0

  Growing Spaces Greenhouse Check out our mini-greenhouse!   This greenhouse is constructed out of 100% reclaimed wood trim windows that were on their way to the dump.  This is a great way to start your seedlings in early spring, or extend your growing season well into the fall! See it this week at Toronto’s [...]

Growing Spaces Online! 0

Growing Spaces has now entered the digital realm!  We’ll be working away at getting this website functional, so stay tuned and in the meantime send any questions/comments to Happy Fall!