• Coffee grounds for indoor plants

    Are coffee grounds mixed with potting soil good for indoor gardening?    

  • Chlorinated wading pool water and drought-dried trees

    The current severe drought is making trees stressed all over the city. At Dufferin Grove Park, five younger trees have died already, and many others, even big trees, are starting to show brown leaves or bare branches. The short showers ...

  • Soil testing / nutrient deficiencies

    Can you recommend a service for soil testing that includes micronutrients? I have a garden in Riverdale which was designed by a former owner of the house. In spite of loading it up with new soil and compost this year, plants ...

  • Creating flower beds from scratch in clay soil

    I have a problem with a piece of land on my property which is all clay. We want to cover part of it with grass and create some beds and then plant flowers and shrubs.  Do we have to dig ...

  • Replacement trees for private property

    The blue spruce on my property has to be removed die to the dangerous leaning. Can I replace it with any tree of my choice? Like White Pine. Or there are some restrictions? Is there any list of trees suitable for ...

  • Front Garden

    I live in The Beaches area of Toronto in an east facing property. I am looking for suitable plants for the front bed, and a fast growing evergreen hedge between myself and my neighbour's property. I am also considering putting ...

  • Fertilizing Container Vegetables

    I'm experimenting with growing vegetables in containers this year - tomatoes, sweet peppers, lemon cucumbers, scarlet runner beans. I made my own potting soil using peat moss, perlite, and a little pit of compost along with some slow release fertilizers ...

  • Rhododendron Mist Maiden

    Hi My 3 year old rhododendron Mist Maiden is looking very yellow and looks stressed. I have added peat and food at the beginning of the season. It did not bloom (most of my Rhodos didn't bloom this year.) but ...

  • Hydrangea and Its Changing Colours

    Hello! This is my very first-time gardening! I have heard about how hydrangeas can change colour by manipulating the soil pH (like how it can change from blue to pink), and I find this very interesting. However I have many questions ...

  • Astilbe Companion Flowers

    I am going to have to transplant my astilbes. The problem is, the area between the sidewalk and the astilbes gets sun. I would like a low-growing complimentary plant that will not hide the astilbes. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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