Rhododendrons are generally known for their flowers, but recognizing and celebrating them for their foliage is sometimes a better bet.
We have launched a new bird brochure that highlights the birds you can find at UBC Botanical Garden
In the fall, plants transition from cool, restful shades of green to warmer hues presented by leaves and berries.
Everything you need to know about keeping the Japanese Beetle out of your Metro Vancouver garden.
Their powerful, yet controlled, voices filled the space with feel-good summertime favourites.
Even the later-blooming rhododendrons—famously happy in cool, damp weather—are blooming beyond any expectation this year.