• Tomato plants grown from seed

    My tomato leaves are getting too large . Can you cut them back? Not talking about suckers.

  • Growing from seeds indoors

    I planted several varieties of perennial flower seeds indoors in containers containing sphagnum. Some seeds have reached the true leaf stage and I now want to transfer them to potting up pots made of biodegradable material. Should I use sphagnum ...

  • Cedar hedge

    Late last summer, we planted a cedar hedge. It ranges in height from 8' in the backyard to 14' in the front yard. We live on the Trent Canal in Bolsover (City of Kawartha Lakes). Now that we have gone ...

  • Rabbit raisins on my back patio

    This past winter I've had rabbits taking shelter on my back patio, and of course there are rabbit raisins everywhere. Can I just sweep them into the garden?  And dig them into the soil?  Will they damage anything? Thanks for giving ...

  • Homemade planting medium for containers

    What is the best product for planting in containers or do you have a DIY recipe? The products I have tried recently seem to resist water rather than absorb it, even though I start with a damp medium when initially ...

  • How many trees?

    I live in a 3 year old two-storey home in North Oshawa. I would like to plant some trees in my backyard. The yard is about 12 metres wide and 9 metres deep. It is on the north side of ...

  • Fertilizing emerald cedar trees

    I planted 140 emerald trees in 2014 Easter- long weekend. This year I was told to fertilize and use 30-10-10. My question is what is better the water solution fertilizer or the granules. I do not want to over fertilize. 

  • Coffe Grinds in the Garden Bed

    I would like to plant vegetables and would like to know if I can add coffee grinds to the soil.  

  • Boxwood hedge

    I have a 25 year old boxwood hedge which has been decimated by last year's frost and then a blight on everything else... The hedge is 30' long and about 3' high.  It will all have to go, but I am ...

  • Earthworms

    I live in Toronto. The sun seems to shine brighter for the backyard grass because the backyard grass grows one inch in 5 days whereas the front lawn grows at about half that height. I don't know what type of grass I'm ...

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