• Virginia Creeper Overtaking Garden in Toronto

    I am pulling out tons of Virginia Creeper off of Apple tree, fence and garden and want to know how to dispose of it. I do not think it should go out in a garden paper waste bag, or out ...

  • New Spirea

    I purchased a lrg Spirea which had new growth on it. I noticed that these branches were wilted before transplanting it. It wasn't pot bound when it was planted. I tried to water it but it is continuing ...

  • Overgrown weed patch river Rock bed

    Hello Toronto Master Gardeners Volunteers. Thank you for taking the time to help. I'm not even sure if this is the right place to ask but I'm reaching out anyway. :) We share a common area with our ...

  • Hedge and pets

    I want to plant a hedge along approximately 110 feet of existing fence for privacy. I have two dogs. Yew has been suggested but I have heard it is poisonous to dogs. Boxwoods have been suggested too but ...

  • How do forget-me-nots propagate?

    Hi master, I have some forget-me-nots flowers in my back yard and I love them. But right now, the flowers are gone. What shall I do with the flower-faded plants? I want them come back next spring. Shall ...

  • Perennial flowers colours

    We live in Toronto. My mother only has flowering perennials in her garden (iris, daffodils, hyacinth, lupine, daisies, daylillies, black eyed Susan, forget me knots, peony, cone flowers). She claims that there is a colour cycle that all flowers ...

  • Animal Holes in Garden

    Hello. We have two holes beside a fence in our back yard -- about four inches across. Our yard faces east. We have rabbits, skunks and ever present raccoons, squirrels and chipmunks in our vicinity. Which of these ...

  • Dwarf Weeping Cherry Replacement Suggestions

    Thank you so much for the very quick response to my question, it was very helpful. I am understanding now that the shoots on the trunk are from some other species used in the grafting process that won't ...

  • Surprised by Mother Nature

    I over reacted to the threat of rain and wind this weekend, cutting peonies before they bloomed. My concern is that they would bake in the sun, and droop. I’d placed adequate support around them recently to ...

  • Re perennials in poor soil

    I sent an email re city damage caused by digging on my property. They dug down ten feet and backfilled the whole hole with all sand because it is cheap and does not settle. I doubt that the ...

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