• Balcony Cedar

    I bought two balcony sized cedar trees. After about a year, the first one turned completely orange and died. The second one is now looking dried up and starting to turn orange at the tips. The soil ...

  • Hoya flowering?

      I have had a Hoya plant (see photo, looks healthy / keeps growing) for 6~7 years, started with a stem cut. But it has not had any sign of flowering. I had it indoor until about a ...

  • Insulating plant containers on a balcony

    I have a 7th floor balcony which is exposed to SW and NW winds as it is on the corner. I have heard that you can line a container with styrofoam to help plants survive the winter. Do ...

  • Balcony Plants Suitable for 27th Floor

    I need help in finding plants that will survive the winds that we get in Toronto on the high rise balconies. My suite is on the 27th floor and don’t know if I can create a living privacy ...

  • Young Hibiscus plant troubles

    I picked up a couple hibiscus plants (African rose mallow, seedlings they were 10cm tall?) at the Allen garden spring fling this year. I kept them indoors for a few weeks as they grew ...

  • Small Yellow Bumps on Outdoor Flowering Vine

      One of my outdoor plants - a flowering, climbing vine - started to show some tiny little yellow bumps growing on the vines and leaves. I've attached two photos. I'm not sure what these bumps are, ...

  • Rooftop Gardening

    Hello, I am attempting to grow a garden for the first time on my rooftop. I've mostly been buying plants from nearby stores but the employees never seem to be able to give advice on what will work well ...

  • Mystery plant

    I'm in Toronto and live on the 15th floor of a building facing south. I noticed this plant growing in one of my containers after my first year living here. It's survived for 2 winters in its ...

  • Quick Privacy Hedge

    Hi there, I live in Toronto and wanted to plant a quick privacy hedge in container(s) (I live in a condo so it's an urban garden). I have tried emerald cedars and they worked great for the first ...

  • Shady balcony

    I think it's just wishful thinking, but hoping you may have an answer. I live in an apartment so only containers for me. I am looking for Zone 5 plants with the following: - perennial if possible - do well ...

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