OTTAWA CITIZEN | By Ailsa Francis If you’re tired of picking up a bouquet of predictable red roses for your significant other on Valentine’s Day, then read on. Award-winning Canadian garden writer Sonia Day has eye-opening and provocative options for
Happens every year. Regular as clockwork. The moment I mention heirloom tomatoes in my Toronto Star column, I get a nasty email from a woman I’ll call Martha. Martha doesn’t like my stand on these kinds of tomatoes. I tell
The Untamed Garden | National Post “Positively pornographic.” That’s how Sonia Day describes the coco de mer, “the most erotically charged plant on the planet.” Detail is given, but it’s unsuitable to print here (see Page 197 of the book).