• Cedar Hedge

    Hello, I recently planted 30 feet of 8' cedars. It has been 2 weeks and a have been watering the cedars in the morning and in the evening. The area is an old neighbourhood with many hedges, lilacs and other ...

  • Hydrangeas

    I live in London Ontario. I love mophead Hydrangeas but have not had good luck with them. I have read a lot and tried to follow all the rules re pruning etc. This year I notice a lot of mopheads ...

  • Planting Japanese maple close to the house

    Hi I am considering planting a red dragon Japanese maple that can grow to 10 feet tall 3 feet from my house in a new flower bed. Is this safe to do for the foundation of the house? Walking around the ...

  • Where to buy fruit tree

    Hello. I am looking to buy an Italian plum tree. I have looks around but cannot find a nursery that sells them. I am in Toronto but also go between the city and Barrie, Ontario. I would love to know ...

  • Japanese Maple for Zone 3?

    Just wondering if you have a variety of Japanese Maple that can survive winter in a zone 3. I live in Saskatchewan and am interested especially in a smaller type and where can I order one.

  • Japanese Ivory Silk Tree

    One yr old tree that had a rough start last year due to low rainfall.It lost all its leaves early.It managed to survive but did not produce any flowers this year.It doesnt seem to be qrowing mucn and my main ...

  • Lilacs

    Is it late (July) to plant a lilac shrub and Would it grow in part shade on the west side of property

  • Amur Tamarisk

    Doug Reberg here from the Stratford and District Horticultural Society. I’m currently preparing an online guide to public gardens of Stratford, which has taken me into gardens I hadn’t visited for quite some time. The Catharine East garden is one, ...

  • Amelanchier alnifolia vs Amelanchier canadensis

    Please tell me the differences between Saskatoon serviceberries 'Regent' (amelanchier alnifolia) and Serviceberries (amelanchier canadensis). I would like to know differences as it relates to cost, medicinal benefits, taste, size of berries, space requirement, etc. Would you say they are interchangeable? Your ...

  • Coppicing

    Hello! We have a sage leaf willow shrub (Zone 5B) planted almost 2 yrs ago. It was purchased having only 5 long stems, each about 5' long with 12" of leaves on each tip. It produced pussy willows this year ...

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