• very sick bush

    Is there any hope for my bush? It has almost like a horrible tar which is thick on its leaves. The minimal new foliage also has this blight, just not as thick. The branches are deformed with scabs all over. ...

  • chinese elm hedge

    I would appreciate your help please. I live in Toronto and have a Chinese elm hedge which faces a busy road - it's been there for over 20 years. Suddenly 3 separate sections of the hedge have died back. Leaves ...

  • Lilacs with curly stems

    my lilacs have these curly stems that remind me of climbing vines. I have had these lilac bushes for years and have only noticed this phenomenon this year. I have amended the soil with compost and mulched them about 2 weeks ...

  • Old smoke bush

    We moved into a house (Mississauga) that has a smoke bush in the front yard. I'm guessing its close to 30 years old; as you can see from the pic, ...

  • American Sweetgum tree seed pods

    I am just about to purchase a sweetgum tree and I was wondering if its seed pods were considered nuts or fruit, as I am allergic to nuts and legumes, so I want to know if it will be safe ...

  • Magnolia scale – arborist

    I  need a professional to treat my Magnolia tree. I don't have a large budget and to buy the equipment myself and risk messing it up is a worry. Can you recommend the most cost efficient way to treat or arrange for ...

  • Swam Cedar Hedge

    Hi, I recently removed a six foot fence on my property in hopes of revealing ahealthy 10' cedar hedge located on my neighbour's property to the south of me. Instead, I revealed about 6' hedge with branches with that have no ...

  • Trees that are exclusive to ontario only

    Hi there! I am wondering if you know of any trees that grow in Ontario only, I am asking this because I am considering starting a business that sells trees that only grow in Ontario or Canada. Help ASAP would be greatly ...

  • Tree identification

    Could you identify these two small trees which have popped up in my back yard? If there are a type or ornamental fruit tree, I would like to transplant one to a better location (I'm assuming that autumn would be the ...

  • top heavy hydrangea standard

    Three years ago, we planted a hydrangea standard in our garden. Presently, it is about 6 ft high with its head being about 1.5 ft in height with a diameter of about 2.5ft. In strong winds, the 1.25 inch diameter ...

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