• “thing” growing in my lawn!

             Hello, something popped up in my lawn overnight and I would like to know how to deal with it.  Last night I noticed a spot in my lawn (about 10 ...

  • Astilbe

    I have two patches of Astilbe.  One is under a Japanese Maple and doing well.  The other is in a border right up against a cedar hedge and next to a hydrangea which is doing fine.  This one is not ...

  • Ant infestation

    My lawn which is very thin (newly seeded) is covered in sand. The ants appear to building nests and are digging out the sand. This is the first time I have seen this problem. The ants are very tiny and ...

  • Raccoons & Vegetables & Soil!

    Hi there - I have a vegetable garden on my deck in Toronto. I have a number of big pots planted with vegetables of all kinds, like tomatoes, onion, chard, kale, and various salad greens. We have a male raccoon that ...

  • How To Make Bone Meal Tea

    Today I plucked a couple of small unripe tomatoes from the vines, and at the garden store had it confirmed that my fruits had blossom end rot. I guess this is occurring because of all the recent rain Toronto has ...

  • Can I grow lavender in a container on the wall of my balcony?

    Can I grow lavender in a container on the wall of my balcony?  If so, what type of soil should I use?

  • Moths and worms in blood meal

    I recently bought a bag of blood meal from a local hardware store. When I opened the bag I noticed immediately that there were live moths inside and some small worms. Being a novice gardener and not having used blood ...

  • Is leaf compost safe for my garden?

    I have been spreading leaf compost on my allotment garden but one of the other gardeners told me that leaf compost is too harsh and will burn my plants! Is this true?

  • Compost tea injection

    Need someone to do compost tea injection to four maple trees in Burlington

  • Fertilizing cedar hedges

    Hello, I am preparing to fertilize my cedar hedges, for the first time, and need an advice from an expert. I have two different generations of cedar hedges: a line of 15 years old cedars, which is around 15 feet high, ...

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