• Replacing old Fairview Yews

    Hi, I have 7 Overgrown and out of shape Fairview Yews in my front yard. We would like to replace them - planning to dig them out, add new soil and buy new plants. How different are Dense Yews from ...

  • Winter Heath ‘Eva Gold’

      Hi I just saw in Walmart a shurb called Eva Gold. It is a small shurb, the label says it grows 12 inch tall and 12-16 inch wide. It is a pink and few green too. but mostly dark pink. What ...

  • Container Planting

    A generator pipe is an unsightly item visible on our terrace. We would like to make it less visible. Would large cedars be suitable for container planting? Where would you source a container big enough to house a ...

  • Small Evergreen Tree for Clay Soil

    I live in Zone 6a to 7a Toronto new Lake Ontario. The soil is largely clay we added topsoil and regularly add compost. I would like to plant an evergreen tree in an area that gets full sun 4 hours ...

  • Degroot’s Spire Cedar

    I am wanting to plant a row of degroot along my metal fence & in between walkway pool area.... for privacy & appearance... as u do not need to trim them ... & they look natural... I only have ...

  • Cedar Hedges & Adjacent Grass

    Hi there, over the last few years I have been unintentionally neglecting my cedar hedges. They have grown to be quite tall and I would like to trim their height, as well as give them a haircut ...

  • Best Hedging Trees?

    Hi, We are looking for the best (and cheapest) low maintenance evergreen hedge to plan in our backyard close to the fence line to have privacy from the backyard neighbour whose house is much higher and we have full visibility into ...

  • Eugenia Topiary

    I have a Eugenia topiary outside in a large urn; it can freeze here in Portland Oregon.  Temps can get down to 30 degrees F (-1 C)  some nights.  I covered it with plastic last night, will this protect it? ...

  • Pruning Overgrown Globe Cedar

    We have some overgrown globe cedars that need pruning badly.  They are currently blocking our front door and we are worried about security.  Any ideas on how we can cut these back.  We are in Western Canada, zone 4A. See attached picture:

  • Overwintering Emerald Cedar Tree in a Pot

    I live in Northern Ontario. Can Emerald Cedar tree survive in it's pot over the winter and how should I winterize the tree. If the tree will not survive, what should I do to until I can plant it in ...