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Spend a cozy night in with Guelph’s best takeout

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Tito’s Pizza

For over 10 years, Tito’s Pizza has been providing Guelph residents with pizza topped with the freshest ingredients and Saputo cheese. Their extensive menu includes homemade lasagna, chicken wings, breaded mushrooms, panzerotti, fresh salad and delicious pizza. Located at 50 Dovercliffe Road, the restaurant is a 13-minute drive from the Juniper Apartments and Maple Apartments, a six-minute drive from the Executive Suites at 57 Inkerman Street and an 11-minute drive from the Executive Suites at 24 Joseph Street. Tito’s offers free delivery and an assortment of gluten-free options.

 

Ray Chinese

Ray’s Chinese restaurant is an ideal spot if you’re looking for authentic Chinese dishes and chef’s specials. It has been recognized countless times within the Guelph community for its unparalleled Chinese and Asian cuisine and excellent service. Fill up on soups, rice, noodles, chicken, beef and vegetable options, chow mein, egg foo young and family dinners. Located at 35 Harvard Road, the restaurant is a 12-minute drive and 30-minute transit commute from the Appletree Apartments, an 11-minute drive and 37-minute transit commute from the Cherryblossom Apartments and an eight-minute drive and 18-minute transit commute from The Sovereign Apartments and a nine-minute drive and 31-minute transit commute from the Executive Suites at 55 Inkerman Street.

 

Café Greek Garden

Savour the taste of Café Greek Garden’s freshly cooked Mediterranean cuisine in the comfort of your Guelph apartment. As a winner of numerous awards, Café Greek always prides itself on serving the finest menu items, including house specialties, vegetarian delights, salads, seafood linguine, spanakopita, souvlaki, spinach dip, greek bruschetta, kalamari and a variety of other mouthwatering options. The Belle Ayre Apartments and Sienna Apartments are an eight-minute drive and 31-minute transit commute, the Regency Court Apartments – Speedvale are an eight-minute drive and 28-minute transit commute and the Regency Court Apartments – Kathleen are a nine-minute drive and 29-minute transit commute from the restaurant located at 497 York Road.

 

R U Serious Tap & Grill

Satisfy your craving for pub food by picking up dinner at R U Serious Tap & Grill. Nachos, bruschetta, fries, ballpark hot dogs, garden salads, taco salads, chicken wings, burgers, beef dips, beer battered chicken and chicken fingers are a few options you can devour from this local establishment. Located at 130 Silvercreek Parkway North, the restaurant is an eight-minute drive and 36-minute transit commute from the Inverness Apartments, a six-minute drive and 20-minute transit commute from the Park Towers Apartments, a six-minute drive and 47-minute transit commute from the Kortright Apartments and a five-minute drive and 20-minute transit commute from the Executive Suites at 63 Inkerman.

 

Enjoy a cozy night in with your favourite films or your significant other and leave the meal prep up to one of Guelph’s local hotspots. Located in Guelph, Williams and McDaniel’s Executive Suites at 51 Inkerman Street, Terrace Towers, Driftwood Apartments, The Diplomat Apartments, Pioneer Apartments and Executive Suites at 61 Inkerman offer current and prospective residents great rental opportunities in the city.

 

Start planning your summer garden

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Start Seeds Inside

To determine how early you need to start seeds, check the ideal transplanting date for each plant on their packaging and then count backwards. If you start your seedlings too early, you will be left with plants that are ready to go outside before the garden is ready for them. Start off by planting two seeds per pot or scattering the top of the mix in a seed tray, tamping them in place and moistening the soil on top. Keep things organized by using permanent ink to label the containers with plant names and dates and speed up the germination process with plastic wrap or a plastic cover. Grab the seeds and the gardening supplies at Brock Road Nursery Garden Centre and Gift Shoppe located at 1858 Gordon Street. The store is a 15-minute drive from the Regency Court Apartments – Speedvale and the Park Towers Apartments.
Caring for Seedlings

Once the seedlings start emerging, remove the plastic covering and move the plant into a brightly lit area. If there is no bright area, a grow-light setup will give your plants the 12 to 16 hours of light they need to thrive. For best results, keep the light three inches above plants and adjust as the seedlings grow. Stay on the lookout for leaves, as these will indicate when to begin feeding the seedlings a weekly solution of diluted liquid organic fertilizer or fertilizer specifically designed for seed starting. Add some colour to the Executive Suites lawn by getting a head start on your garden prep.
Transferring to Larger Pots
While you might think your seedlings look crowded, it is a good idea to be patient and wait it out. It is important to wait until the second set of leaves form, an indicator that it’s time to transfer them into a larger pot. Four-inch pots are the standards for seedlings that have outgrown their trays. Fill new containers with moistened potting mix just below the rim and create a hole in the soil for the plant. Once in the new container, firm moistened soil around them and place in bright light

 

Hardening Off

Approximately 10 days to two weeks before you plan to plant your seedlings outdoors start preparing them for outdoor conditions, also known as “hardening off.” When you’re ready to start this process, cut back on water, stop weekly fertilizing and set the plants outside for a few hours each day. Gradually, you’ll start to increase their time outside, but remember to bring them inside at night and if temperatures drop. After the plants have spent several nights outdoors, they’re finally ready to be transplanted into a garden or permanent container. Enhance the garden or balcony suites at the Regency Court Apartments – Kathleen by taking these planning tips into consideration.
Give your garden a head start this season by preparing your plants weeks in advance. In no time at all, you’ll be enjoying the gorgeous bloom of your plants and the delightful spring weather.