The BUFCO Blog

What to do with all that Garlic?

So you’ve harvested all your garlic, and it’s curing in a nice, cool, dry place. Maybe you’re eating some that’s fresh from the ground (I hope so!) And once again, you’re looking at your too-large …

After the compost tea party…

Every year we like to experiment with something new at the BUFCO Lab. This winter Arlene, BUFCO’s lead gardener Julia, and I took the Organic Master Gardener course from Gaia College whic…

A Client Inspired Product

Last month one of BUFCO’s long-standing Toronto clients had us design and implement a landscape that is beyond our usual comfort zone. The work took us happily and excitedly down a new path. We rem…

Plant Life: Vertical Living vs. Garden Sprawl

Where do you live? Not what town, city or Rural Road, but rather, in a condominium or apartment building? A sprawling ranch house property? Basement rental or a cozy little row home? Or perhaps a m…

Caring for The Star of the Garden

Tomatoes seem to take center stage in most veggie gardens and often hog the spotlight. And why not? Home grown tomatoes taste so much better than shipped-from-afar-store-bought fruits plus there ar…

Throw your Garden a Compost Tea Party

This summer we’re experimenting with brewing compost tea for our plants. In a nutshell, compost tea is a concoction of compost diluted in aerated water. This was something we learned about while ta…

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