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The 79th annual Prairie Garden delivers the latest compendium of horticultural information for the Prairies. This nearly 200-page edition features plants that thrive in shade and brings together all the information you need to know from experts across the cold-climate zone.

Our articles are written and reviewed by Master Gardeners, horticulturalists, landscape designers, and industry leaders. Each issue is the result of many volunteer hours. As a non-profit publication, The Prairie Garden aims to serve and educate gardeners of all skill levels in the short-season gardening zones of Canada and the US.

The 2018 edition contains an easy reference list of shade-suitable plants and their cultivars, as well as information on growing houseplants, edible mushrooms, garlic, and fruit trees. With stunning photography and fifty feature articles from over thirty authors, including renowned experts Sara Williams, Rick Durand, and Hugh Skinner, this edition is one that will serve gardeners for years to come.

Purchase a copy for yourself – makes an ideal gift, too!

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Book launch of the
2018 Prairie Garden - Shade
Sunday February 18 2:00 pm

McNally Robinson Winnipeg

The Prairie Garden is a digest sized, soft-covered book published annually by a volunteer committee since 1956 and is dedicated to the advancement of horticulture in the Prairie Provinces.

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Peonies in the Prairies
by John Davidson

Floral Artistry
for Beginners

A beginners guide
to the art of
flower arrangement


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