• Perennials

    In your experience, what are the best perennials to buy that withstand all temperatures and weather. I plan to buy perennials that are planted in the spring. Thank you!

  • Perennial Lavander

    Hello, Lavender is one of my favourite herbs. Is there a variety that is hardy enough to be a perennial in Toronto? What about in the Muskoka region - would love to plant some that will also come back year after ...

  • Asclepias tuberosa

    I've tried 7 times to establish this in my garden - from seeds, to purchases from very reputable nurseries, they never make it to spring. Everyone else - buddleia, echinops, monarda, etc, is happy to grow and prosper in my ...

  • Rose bush: Pope John Paul II

    Hello, I'm working on a memory rose garden, for my sister, which includes some of my father's roses, and I have space for another plant. Could you please tell me if this rose is for sale in Toronto?  Would it be ...

  • Sedum spp.

    i submited a photo of a succulent that you identified as a trailing jade. Please note that the id is incorrect and that the plant I submitted looks nothing like a trailing jade. The closest I have come with the ...

  • Planting Native Species in a Wetland

    TBG Master............we are looking to purchase a fair bit of plant material and want to learn the optimal container size. we have received quotes for 4" pots as well as 1 gallon containers. It is going into established wetland marsh ...

  • Fertilizing Tree Peonies

      When should I fertilize my peonies? They are like shrubs, so are probably tree peonies.      

  • Peony shrubs in winter

    I live in Toronto. Do peony shrubs need to be covered in winter with burlapor can they be left to the elements?    

  • Growing milkweed

    Hi .... Last year I noted milkweed plants placed in some borders at the TBG and want to do the same in the gardens at our small co-ownership building. I have seeds, but it seems they are difficult to germinate. Do ...

  • plant combinations

    I'm planning a fragrant garden pathway for front of our house. I live near Edmonton in zone 4a. Conditions are dry, sunny, sandy soil. Plants I want to use must be low maintenence fragrant perrenials, preferably herbs. I need help finding ...

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