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Wordless Wednesday: The Terry Fox Library Gardens

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Bring Back the Orchestra

The other day I got into a good conversation with a friend about bees in the garden. We’ve been concerned about the decline in recent years. Both having witnessed that decline first hand in our own gardens. The noticeable drop … Continue reading

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Backyard Blooms

  It’s a busy week here at the Dandelion Wrangler. We’re getting ready for our first market, this Saturday in downtown Port Coquitlam after the parade. We’ll be there from 11-5pm, and I hope we’ll see you there too! In … Continue reading

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The Count Down is On, One Week Until Market!

On May 11th from 11am – 5pm the Dandelion Wrangler sets up shop at the Port Coquitlam May Day Parade Market. Over the course of the week I’m rolling out a sneak peak of some of the creative containers and fab flowers … Continue reading

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Celebrating Port Coquitlam’s Centennial May Day With A Giveaway!

Happy May Day! This is a big month for us here at the Dandelion Wrangler. Not only is it Port Coquitlam’s Centenial May Day celebrations, but we’re also setting up shop at the May Day Parade Market on May 11th … Continue reading

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Just Another Plant Sale Convert

I have to detour my blog this week to do a little bragging. This is my daughter Elizabeth and she is flippin AMAZING! Not only is she a fun loving kid/soccer phenomenon, but she might just be a mini me. … Continue reading

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This is not your Average Suburban Lawn

This past weekend Vancouver was submerged. The rain pelted the lower mainland with a Pineapple Express passing through the region. It was absurdly wonderful. Yep, the gutters were not able to cope and a new drainage project emerged. It broke through the … Continue reading

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