• Hostas

    Apparently, grass will grow until the soil temperature is at least 1 C. If a hosta loses it's leaves to frost but the soil temperature of the soil is greater than 1 C, will the hosta roots continue to develop?

  • Bleeding Heart

    I had a bleeding heart for years with no problems but the new one I planted in the spring seems to have died right down to the ground. Will it come back in the spring? What might have cause this to ...

  • Zebra Grass

    Wondering about how invasive Zebra grass is in the garden. Also, question about garden design principals.

  • Creating a More Compact Autumn Joy Sedum

    As the result of the wind and rain, some of my Autumn Joy Sedums have their panicles parted from the others as the result of being top heavy. This creates an unattractive display. The same happens to my mums when ...

  • Invasive tiger lilies – how to get rid of them?

    Hi.  I have a real problem in removing tiger lilies, which are invasive even under even under patio stones.  

  • Slugs eating my hostas and fern roots

    Please advise me as to the best ways to control slugs in my garden. I have triple mix amending my sandy soil and mulch. Lime / Egg shells / Chicken grits / beer?

  • Transplanting perennials

    Is it o.k. to start transplanting perennials in downtown Toronto now (Sept. 10)?

  • gardening in a mostly shady plot

    Hello, I am interested in designing a garden for our front and back yard. I really love the work of Piet Oudolf, but we don't have full sun in the front yard. Partial sun. pretty shady in the backyard. ( ...

  • Daylily Seedlings – Next Steps in Fall

      I decided that I would try to sprout seeds in some soil – daylily seeds.  For a while I wondered whether they were good, because nothing was coming. 

  • 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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