• Sweet Peas and Christmas Cactus

    1. Can I plant sweet peas in the ground now?  I have not had luck with them in the spring. 2. My Christmas cactus is not blooming.  Someone told me I need to starve it by not watering it in August ...

  • Ficus Overwintering

    I am a resident of Toronto and am seeking somewhere to store my extremely healthy, 6 foot high ficus benjamina for winter. Customarily I transport the plant indoors for winter, but have recently downsized and cannot accommodate the plant indoors, ...

  • Clear pots for orchids

    Dear Master, Where can I buy clear pots for orchids in Toronto or in GTA? Thank you

  • Pandanus Veitchii

    I have a Pandanus Veitchii Plant that I received this past July. Apparently I see a number of brown tips on it. I do not know what the problem is. I have place a dish of water with pebbles and ...

  • Yucca

    I have just bought a yucca (stem less type) with curly leaves. I was reading that the yucca tends to produce pups that are really prolific. Also, once you get a yucca, it is really hard to get rid of ...

  • Help in identifying a flowering plant

    Hello, Please help me in identify the flowing plant in the attached photo. Thank you, Lina.

  • Umbrella tree

    Hi, I have an umbrella tree that is 5 years old. I keep it in a cool sunroom during the winter and in the backyard during the summer. It is very ...

  • Growing Hedera Helix indoors

    What a great site! I looked through the other questions, and learned a lot about some of my other plants.Thank you! Now my question: I grow my ivies by an urban East window, and they seem quite happy. However, some of ...

  • Easter lily

    Is it practical to regrow an Easter lily in Toronto and vicinity? I just dumped it out of the pot. The top now looks more or less dead but it has about 15 or 20 healthy-looking bulbs of various sizes. It did ...

  • Can you please help me identify this plant?

    I bought this unidentified plant at Longos in Thornhill and all they could tell me was that it is a hardy perennial.  Is this indeed the case?

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