• Fungus on Mulch?

    Overnight the yellow fungus? appeared on new mulch under 2 similar plants. Do you know what it is and how to eliminate it?

  • National flower

    I'm sorry if this is the wrong place to post this, but I would like to know the outcome of the survey to name Canada's national flower. Thank you very much.

  • Amaranthus spinosus, a food source.

    DO THEY GROW WILD HERE IN TORONTO? I HAVE SEEN SOME WEEDS SIMILAR TO WHAT WE EAT AS VEGETABLES BUT AFRAID TO EAT HERE.

  • Preserving plants/shrubs during house renovations

    My garden will be torn up next week for basement waterproofing and I would like advice as to how to best remove/store/replant my 6 yews, 2 hydrangeas and a small pagoda dogwood for a week or 2 to ensure their ...

  • Mushrooms growing on raised garden bed logs

    Hi I am from Sudbury, Ontario and my father built me these raised garden beds from large 8x8 logs he had at home. We brought in gardening soil but now three years later i have these mushrooms growing on the ...

  • Gardening courses in Toronto

    I would like to take a course in gardening, but to work my own garden and my family's... do you know where can I get information?

  • Shredded cedar mulch with white stuff

    I put down shredded cedar mulch last year and when I was loosening them up this Spring, I noticed white stuff on them, it was also in the soil. They appear fine and string like. I think there were a ...

  • Master Gardener Talk about Balconies & Terraces May 23

    I went to the Master gardeners’ talk about moveable landscapes at Elmbrook library last week May 11th. I was interested in the balcony gardening talk as well on May 23, although I have an outside flower garden. What would the difference be ...

  • 10 tips for low maintenance gardening

    Is the talk at College Shaw library on may 4 the same as the talk given on the same topic at Main library on May 2?

  • Sowing bee friendly wildflower seeds

    Hello I'm hoping you can help me out. I have received seeds from Feed the bees.ca. It is my intention to create a bee friendly patch in my back lane. Last summer I removed all the rubbish and non-native and invasive plants.This ...

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