• Where can I get clay

    Hi, This isn't really a gardening question, but I thought you might have some suggestions. I am building a clay oven, and so need a fair quantity of clay. Where I live, just north of the Danforth, the soil is all ...

  • Amending Clay Soil

    Hello, I'm writing from southern Manitoba, Canada. Our zone is a warm 3 and we have very sticky clay soil. We've been working it for 5 years now, and we're still having a lot of trouble getting a proper yield from ...

  • Fire Bushes

    I have two fire bushes, and I should have kept them pruned, but they grew too large, and out of shape. I hired someone to prune them back, a few weeks ago, which they did, but now there's no green ...

  • Carnations

    Would carnations survive Toronto winter? Thank you.

  • Rocket City Daylily (The Orange Perennial)

    I was wondering how to care for the foliage of this flower. Browsing through the Internet, the foliage are the "leaves" of the flower.

  • Clay Soil Removed from Garden

    Good Day. I have read through the previous questions and answers on this topic but none are quite the same as my situation. I have just planted a small redbud tree. To do so I dug over 3 ft into the ...

  • July raised garden preparation

    I am just digging up soil in the corner of my Brampton backyard to get a raised garden started.  The soil is full of roots of weeds of all sizes.  I am not sure how deep I should dig if my ...

  • Do Flowers Which have Bloomed, still require nourishment until the end of the season?

    The garden’s peonies and Irises have completed their flowering for the short season. Should I continue to feed them soil nourishment? They’re going to get water, since I have soaker hoses set up. I used ProMix a couple of weeks ago ...

  • The skin and shell of a peanut

    I live in Toronto (zone 10) and was wondering if I can use both the skin of the peanut and the shell of the peanut to provide nutrients to the soil? i.e. I guess both the skin and the shell will ...

  • Clay Soil

    I bought annuals and mostly perennials and was wondering if I can use clay soil as the "base soil" (if there is such a term) and then place the seeds on top of the clay soil and then use a ...

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