• Help identifying a plant in my garden

    I'm still getting to know my garden so I'd appreciate help identifying this plant that popped up all over my garden in may (see attached ). Since this photo purple a purple flower has bloomed on each plant with 4 ...

  • Looking for landfillers

    Hi, I would like some flowering plants to fill my front yard, however I have a huge spruce tree that blocks the sunlight and also their needle like stuff fills the front lawn. I have tried flox flowers, however I ...

  • Planter flowers for Ontario

    What flowers would be easy to care for in a wooden box planter for a school project? Thank you!

  • Ranunculus and peonies

    I recently moved to a new home and area (Brampton, Ontario).  We haven't finished planning the backyard yet so I will be starting my ranunculus and peonies (bush type) bulbs in containers.  It is a full sun area.  I believe ...

  • Purple Glory Problem

    Hi there, About three weeks ago we brought in our purple glory. For a short while it thrived in our atrium then it dropped about 90% of its leaves and now what leaves remain are covered in waxy beads. Please see ...

  • Dealing with crab grass in a wildflower garden

    Hi, My wife and I recently purchased a house in East York (Toronto) and decided to remove the turf in our front lawn and plant a wildflower garden. We removed all of the grass in late spring, tilled the soul multiple ...

  • Canna Lilies

    Hello, I purchased some planters this summer that contained some canna lilies (I think that is what they are called). Please see attached photo. I would like to know the following: 1. When the flowers die, should I deadhead them? I did ...

  • Annual Plant ID

    Hello I bought three of these plants in July and they have bloomed all summer at our cottage in Muskoka, tolerating the intense heat and requiring minimal care, including dead-heading. Do you know what the plant is? I'd love to get ...

  • Poppies

    After the flowers die in late spring and the poppy heads dry up with the seeds in them, do next year's flowers come from these seeds falling to the ground? Or do next year's flowers come from the small plants already ...

  • Annuals – particular shape and size

    I'm looking for an annual for Toronto, partial shade and moist heavy soil, with ample, strongly coloured blooms in a low, mound shape. The planting area is at eye level. We tried single begonias this year, but a lower, round ...

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