May 2010 cover of Canadian Gardening
|First issue||February 1990|
|Final issue||March 2016|
Canadian Gardening was first published in February 1990, covering topics including garden profiles, gardening techniques, recipes, projects and design ideas, and regional information and events. The magazine was started and had been owned by Avid Media until 2004 when Transcontinental Media acquired it.
Published eight times a year, the magazine had a readership of more than 2 ½ million gardeners. In 2007, it was awarded Best Magazine of the Year in the best-selling magazine category, while editor-in-chief Aldona Satterthwaite received an Editor of the Year award from the Canadian Society of Magazine Editors.
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- "Canadian Gardening to cease publication after spring issue". Masthead. Retrieved 19 February 2016.
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