Lee Valley & Veritas Gardening
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Lee Valley 35 Years  
  Volume 8, Issue 5 - May 2013    
 
 
The Sweet Smell of Garden Success
Historically, fragrance was often a key consideration when planning a garden. Nowadays, however, scent has taken a back seat to multi-petalled flowers and variegated foliage. While it's easy to get a "scent fix" from dried floral arrangements and potpourris, horticulturalist Frank Kershaw still prefers to get his in the garden. Read more...
 
 
 
Large Rocks and Boulders
Large Rocks and Boulders
Large rocks and boulders are no longer thought of as yard waste, but rather coveted items that gardeners can put to many uses. Through careful planning and placement, they can be design assets in any garden. Read more...
 
 
 
What is it
What Is It?
This item from the Lee Valley antique tools collection can be used for gardening or animal husbandry. Read more...
 
Interesting Read
Interesting Read
The blue flag iris is a showy wildflower that flaunts its beauty in open meadows. Read more...
 
Customer Letter
Customer Letter
This alternative use for shade cloth makes spring clean-up of this dry bed a cinch. Read more...
 
From The Garden
From the Garden
You know spring has truly arrived when lovely soft-pink apple blossoms make their appearance. See more...
 
Recent Catalog Mailing
Recent Catalog Mailing
Our May supplement is now available. If you would like to view it, please go to our online catalogs page.
 
 
  New Arrivals  
 
         
Lanterna™ Touch Wireless Lamp   Wall Garden Planter   Outdoor Disposable Fly Trap
   
         
Plant Ties, 5m Roll   Stake Clips   A-Frame Stake Connectors
   
         
 
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