• Overwintering Hibiscus

    Hello! I have a hibiscus plant that I bought in June that I have kept in a 14″ pot on my deck. It has been blooming all summer and I love it. Can I plant it in the ground for…

  • Star of Bethlehem

    Can I “winter” the Star of Bethlehem plants which I bought from a nursery for my summer planters ?…

  • Overwintering and Pruning

    I want to overwinter a passion flower vine and a mandevilla plant in a dormant state. Should I prune them first? If so, how severely should I prune them and do you have any tips to ensure success? Thank you…

  • Repotting Aquatic Plants

    Looking for someone who is familiar with re potting and replanting Aquatic Plants in my pond. Ideally looking for someone who is familiar with the different type of plants that thrive in a pond and can maintain the pond during…

  • Plant Storage

    Hi I have 11 potted 5 foot palms that need to stored for the winter. I live in mississauga . Place let me know the costs involved…

  • Japanese Maple Tree

    About half of the leaf buds froze this Spring, so all these branches are bare. Will these branches recover next spring? Is there anything I should be doing to help the recovery? I reside in West Hill. My property backs…

  • Container Roses

    I am considering purchasing roses to plant in a container on my south-facing deck (I live in downtown Toronto). What is the best way to overwinter such roses so that they can come back next year? Also, how many years…

  • 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…

  • Thuya’s Top Browning

    I planted my Emerald Green Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis) in a sunny spot 3 years ago.  My soil is not great, with lots of clay, but I try to make it more drainable every time I plant something.  It enjoyed healthy…

  • Agapanthus

    These 2 plants wintered over and the corms have now risen from the soil. They have no energy and loll about. What to do – transplant perhaps?      …

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