• growing Dog Wood trees in Toronto

    Do you think it’s challenging to grow beautiful Dogwood trees in Toronto? I would love for it to look like this particular one. https://www.fast-growing-trees.com/WhiteFloweringDogwood.htm  …

  • Ranunculus and peonies

    I recently moved to a new home and area (Brampton, Ontario).  We haven’t finished planning the backyard yet so I will be starting my ranunculus and peonies (bush type) bulbs in containers.  It is a full sun area.  I believe…

  • Climbing rose for east-facing fence

    I am looking for a climbing rose that would grow along an east-facing fence in my garden, on the south side of my property.  The fence is made of wood and approximately 5 feet tall, give or take.  I would…

  • Propagating Oxalis

    I have a healthy Oxalis plant and it is beginning to outgrow the pot. How do I go about propagating my beautiful plant.…

  • Meyer Lemon Tree – Pruning

    Hi there, I’m a recent Meyer Lemon ‘mom’ (sorry, it sounded funnier than owner!). I’ve been doing some reading because I’m concerned about it’s V-shape at the base. I want this tree to live a long, fruitful (heehee) life, and…

  • Sedum morganianum

    Where would I be able to purchase Sedum morganianum (donkeys tail) in or around Toronto?…

  • New Member

    Hi, I am new to growing plants; having never done it before, I have a few questions. Is it possible to grow a bleeding-heart glory bower (Clerodendrum thomsoniae) and a Dragon Flower in Toronto living in an apartment with decent…

  • House Plant

    Here is a picture of a house plant I have had for about 20 years. This year it suddenly sprouted what appear to be some kind of flower. Can you tell me what this plant is and why the flowers…

  • Fritillaria Meleagris

    Hello! The Toronto Botanical Gardens referred me to you with new seeds I bought. I am in Bailieboro, Ontario (Hardness zone: 5) and was hoping to find the best spot to plant my Fritillaria Meleagris seeds. I am in the…

  • Degroot Cedar

    Hello, I’d like to find out if Degroot cedar will grow well on the north side of the house where it gets 3 hours of direct sun at most. Also, how much soil depth it would need as a minimum?…

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