Published on Aug 23, 2012

Saanich Report visits Bill Morgan and his backyard vegetable paradise to learn just how an expert goes about feeding himself and family 12 months of the year in such a small space.

Garry Brust explores the techniques he has learned in over 25 years of vegetable gardening, from growing the largest onion to the tastiest tomato.  The Peninsula Garden Club on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, invites you to join in their celebration of their 60th year in existence :

Published on Mar 2, 2015

Three diffferent types of kitchen scrap digesters are shown. Zeb King demonstrates that bones, meat, and other scraps unable to be normally composted are handled better in a digester.

Published on Feb 2, 2015


Expert Gardener Bill Morgan gives us a step by step method he uses to grow 7" Kelsae onions.

See his complete garden above.

Published on Oct 24, 2014

Bernadette Greene tells viewers about the history of the farm and her present farming methods. With a mortgage, two grown children and a working husband, Bernadette shows how this can work and still enjoy healthy, fresh vegetables from your own garden.

Published on Oct 1, 2014

Using only a normal sized city lot, Patrick is able to grow over 65 apple trees, as well as a small garden to provide most of his family's food needs. As many other home gardeners, Patrick has a few tricks up his sleeve to share with others.

Published on Aug 30, 2014

Wayne Brander takes us on a tour of his garden which feeds several families year round. Everything from eggs to honey compliment the vegetable and fruit garden. Figs in Southern Vancouver Island are easy to grow and good for you.

Published on Jul 1, 2014

Take a wander through Anne's garden and pick up a few gardening hints from her more than twenty years of experience. Part 2 of a series by Saanich Voice Online.