• Mealybugs in Yew

    Hi, What is this pest I found in my evergreen? Should I worry about it? How to get rid of it? Thanks.

  • Dwarf Weeping Cherry Replacement Suggestions

    Thank you so much for the very quick response to my question, it was very helpful. I am understanding now that the shoots on the trunk are from some other species used in the grafting process that won't ...

  • Purple Robe Locust tree

    Zone 8, full sun, clay soil. Why has my 6 year old tree not bloomed yet? One next to it is fantastic and blooms without fail

  • Dying Cedars

    I am in Toronto. Last Fall I covered my 5 Cedars in burlap to protect them for the winter. In early Spring I uncovered them to discover 4 of them had many dead branches and foliage. Please ...

  • White spots on Pagoda Dogwood bark

    I have 3 pagoda dogwoods in my Brampton garden. The soil is mostly clay, but has been amended over several decades with mulch and compost. The area gets sun most of the day with a few hours of ...

  • Japanese Maple Problems

    Hello. I am in Toronto therefore zone 6 I believe. I have a12 year old Xx Japanese maple in my south backyard that was healthy until this spring. It is protected by the garage on the south ...

  • Standard Korean Lilac Decline

    Only one side of my Korean lilac (standard) appears to have survived the winter. Many of the branches on the left are brittle and dry but some are still a bit green ...

  • Dead Limbs on Smoke Bush

    Is it too late to take the dead limbs off my smoke bush? I live in Denver, Colorado.

  • Soil Prep for New Tree

    We had a pine tree die last year. I would like to plant a native tree in its place. Perhaps an Allegheny Serviceberry. It will be in full sun. Should I be concerned with the acidity of the ...

  • Coocoons/snowball bushes

    My snowball bush has very many what look like two leaves glued together like a 'Hot Pocket' with some tiny blackish things too small to identify and also some whitish stuff inside . What to do with them? sorry, ...