• Euonymus Gall

    Two of my euonymus branches are totally covered with growths like in the picture. Can I save these plants or dig them up?

  • Replanting where Shrub had Powdery Mildew

    I just removed a tall nanny berry viburnum from my garden. It had suffered from bad powdery mildew for a few years, and the shrub was too big for me to treat and control it. As the spot is in ...

  • Clematis and Honeysuckle

    Good morning. I am planning to plant several clematis on the trellis on the left side of the deck, for the longest blooming season I can create! I am hoping that they will be happy with lower ...

  • Spring Grubs in Lawn

    Parts of my lawn is torn up from animals searching for grubs. I sprayed nemotodes last October, but clearly grubs are still present. Do I re-spray now, in spring, or wait until the summer? Do I re-seed now, ...

  • Raised Vegetable Garden Beds Covered by Moss

    Hi, I have been growing vegetables in largish raised beds for about 15 years in north Caledon. Several of the beds grew masses of moss last year and they are still there after the winter. Should I just ...

  • Discoloured Japanese Yew

    I have three Japanese Yew (Taxus cuspidata 'Nana'), which I bought from a nursery and planted nearly 15 years ago. They don't have any obvious signs of disease (e.g. no bumps, webs, crawly things). However, ...

  • Emerald Cedar Hedge

    My 8' hedge died due to a flood last summer. I am having the hedge removed and the stumps ground up. My question is if I can plant another cedar hedge to replace the dead ones? Is there any ...

  • Apple Scab on my Flowering Crab Tree?

    Last year our flowering crab tree looked beautiful, as usual, when the flowers opened in mid May. The leaves came on afterwards as always, but in late June the leaves turned yellow and brown and by mid July ...

  • Cherry Tree -Black Knot

    My cherry tree has a big knob on one of the branches I was wondering what it is. It is in full sun. We have clay soil. I think we are in zone 5 here in Schomberg ...

  • Golden Creeping Jenny

    What do you know about Golden creeping Jenny? Can it be planted in Toronto? Is it good ground cover plant? Is it short (that's what I'd prefer). Is it Evergreen? Is it sold in Toronto or it is something not known here? Any other hint would be very ...