• Beechnut

    Hi! I found these seed pods all over my driveway and was wondering what they were/where they came from? I believe they came from the tree pictured, but we've never seen them before. We've lived in our house for 30 years ...

  • Trilliums coming up in October?!

    I recently planted several trillium plants (grandiflorum and erectum) that were shared from a friend’s garden. They have been planted under a large linden tree where they get early morning sun but are in fairly dense shade the rest of ...

  • Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’ – When to Plant, Overwintering

    I live in North York, ON. I believe my hardiness zone is 6. I would like to know is Crocosmia 'Lucifer' a perennial plant? Can be planted in fall? Can it tolerate the frost or does it need to be ...

  • Grow Me Some Veggies

    I would like to pay someone to turn some seeds I have into veggies for me to eat.

  • Star of Bethlehem

    Can I "winter" the Star of Bethlehem plants which I bought from a nursery for my summer planters ?

  • Amaryllis Plants with Very Long Leaves

    I have an amaryllis plant that came out of dormancy last Xmas 2016 and I repotted it in black topsoil. It produced a pathetic bloom, and has been growing ever since on a windowsill. It has produced some ...

  • Overwintering Potted Plants

    Last winter my potted flowers / plants actually survived the winter in my backyard. I suspect because it was so mild. What is the best way to protect them this winter? Put them in my garage? If I ...

  • Hyacinth Vines + Seed Collection

    I planted some hyacinth vines in my garden this year and they are now producing seed pods. Do I pick those pods now and dry them indoors or wait until they wither on the vine ?

  • Lupin Seeds

    Last year I germinated lupin seeds and successfully planted them, They were admired by all and everyone around. This year I guess I did a very big mistake. I germinated the seeds that I collected with different colors from friends this August. If ...

  • Creeping Thyme Seed

    Four times since the middle of May I have mixed Creeping Thyme seed with fine sand, spread and gently raked it in bare soil in a small area exposed to full sun. It has received plenty of water this year ...