• Begonia Wightii and Begonia Cracklin Rosie

    Hi Toronto Master Gardeners, Do you know where I could find Begonia Wightii and Begonia Cracklin Rosie in the GTA? Thanks! Regards, Henny.…

  • Geraniums

    is there a way of bringing in the geraniums for the winter and making them survive thru the winter to be replanted outside in the summer…

  • Hyacinth Vines + Seed Collection

    I planted some hyacinth vines in my garden this year and they are now producing seed pods. Do I pick those pods now and dry them indoors or wait until they wither on the vine ?…

  • Mystery Plant

    Can you identify this plant? It grows on a single, thick, green stalk, stands six feet tall and has begun to flower into what looks like a trumpet flower. Its leaves are large (12 inches plus) and maple shaped.

  • Annuals for hot dry locations

    An annual, less than 2 feet, for hot, dry, windy conditions. Prefer a native north american plant, Canada, USA, or Mexico, but, South America would be OK, too.  …

  • Poppies

    I have poppy seeds that were given to me and always bloomed purple on inside and a beautiful pink. there was always one stem with a flower on the end. Last year it was growing nicely and then it turned…

  • Fragrant Nicotiana

    Hello! I live in Markham, ON and I am looking to buy the fragrant Nicotiana or Jasmine Tabaco. Would you know a place that sells the small plants? the summer evenings are not the same without their beautiful scent. Thank…

  • Plant Options in Front of a Window

    I have a front window that the front of it is bare. I have planted two small boxwood and hydrangeas. What else would you suggest that I put in to get the most impact?…

  • Overwintering Tender Perennials

    Hello, I would appreciate some advice on how to over winter some perennials I am growing from seed this year.  The 2 that I am most concerned about is a Gaura called “Sparkle white” and a Salvia called “Victoria”.  They…

  • Is it Safe to Plant Impatiens?

    Is it safe to plant impatiens this year?  I see they are back in the garden centres.…

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