• Japanese Maple

    Dear friends, I am hoping you can help me identify what happened to a mature japanese maple, and if there is any course of action that I can take to help it out. This tree, in Stratford, Ontario, is about ...

  • Inground pests destroying garlic cloves

    One of the items grown in my Toronto garden are garlic cloves. The last few years there is a worm (?), about the diameter of two needles, that eats the garlic leaving a brownish stain on the cloves. Eventually it ...

  • Tri-colour beech and chanticleer pear issues

    Hello, Almost two months ago (June 2015), I had a few trees planted and although they looked great for about a month, I started noticing some issues. Tri-colour beech - when it was planted, the leaves were a vibrant purple with pink ...

  • White and black flies

    I bought a tomato plant about a month ago. Recently, I have seen some black and white flies around my plant. The plant has some flowers as well. is it normal? what should i buy to get rid of them?

  • Wilted leaves on tomato plant with brown patches

    I have an organic heirloom yellow taxi tomato that has developed yellowing on the leaves, with brown spots in the parts that are yellowed. The leaves also seem to be curled ...

  • Bio weed and feed

    There are tons of weed on my vegetable patch, and our backyard is infested with mosquito for me to work outside long enough to do too much weed pulling. is it safe to use lawncare product, Bio weed and feed to ...

  • Turf problem

    I have Pythian blight and in another area of the lawn a rust that has formed on the turf. How can I get rid of I it before it destroys the lawn?  

  • Wild Plum Identification and Wild Plum Fungal Disease

    We live in the Timmins area up North and we are trying to identify a tree we have growing in our yard. It started growing and now has oddly shaped green puffs and small green fruits with pits growing together ...

  • Creeping Jenny (Lysmachia) has brown spots and is dying

    I am caring for creeping jenny used as a ground cover, and there is a portion thats dying, the stems are mostly still green, but the leaves are all brown, shriveled and crispy. I included a picture but i have ...

  • Serviceberry and Juglone

    A previous Q&A states that Serviceberries are sensitive to juglone even though they are a native species. There is a lot of conflicting info on the web. My 20 yr. old ...

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