• Fig Tree Maintenance in Toronto

    I was lucky enough to buy a house with a mature fig tree, but had no chance to inquire about maintenance. Noticed some pictures with burlap wrapping in winter and some heavy pruning on old and new branches ...

  • Garlic Bulbils

    Can I grow these in pots? Do I leave them outside in the winter?

  • Growing Wild Native Invasive Plants

    I am growing food for a Wild Organic Study, see WildOrganicStudy.com. Some plants like Jerusalem Artichoke, Groundnut, and Hog Peanut are plants with vines and tuber and will take over. What is a good way to grow them in a controlled ...

  • Apple Tree not Fruiting

    Hello== I live at Sauble Beach. Since I moved here 8 years ago, an apple tree in the front yard has never produced a blossom and therefore, an apple. It gets very little sunlight, which I think is the problem. I ...

  • Sick Cherry Tree

    Good morning, I live in Milton and we have some fruit tree, apple and cherry trees that are not flowering. I have taken some pictures to see if you can help us. Thank you

  • Misshapen Carrots

    In our community garden plots alot of carrots are misshapen. Our tomato plants also had brown leaves and branches after first fruit although some new growth with tomato came back.

  • Planting Raspberries in Toronto

    When is the best time to plant new raspberry plants in Toronto? Also what kind of fertilizer and when should it be applied to our existing raspberry patch. We had a great crop for a few years but last year's ...

  • Vegetable Garden and Cedar Hedge

    A cedar hedge frames my neighbor’s back yard, and my vegetable garden runs down the property line, in full sun. My garden is 20+ years old and the cedar was planted three seasons ago. I ...

  • Fruit Trees not Bearing

    My pear tree and my plum tree did not produce any fruit this year.  I self pollinated them, saw some fruit in June.  I came back in July to find no fruit. Is it the ground hog living in my ...

  • Riverdale Hub -Rooftop Garden

    Hello, I am looking to extend the growing season, as well as proactively planning for closing our rooftop garden. We currently have tomatoes, kale, lettuce, carrots, and more growing in our several raised planters. We would love it if it were ...