• Type of Hydrangea

    Not sure is this a PeeGee hydrangea. Can I cut it down in the fall or wait until Spring. Live in Toronto.

  • Ficus Lyrata Pruning

    I have a fiddle leaf fig that has grown a few feet since I purchased it at Canada Blooms 2 years ago. The tree I bought is upright with zero branching…actually its two stalks side-by-side. It was fine and sturdy…

  • Trumpet Vine Pruning

    How prun back trumpet vine Tacking overhas stop having lots flowers…

  • Hydrangea

    I live in Larchwood, IA, zone 4. My hydrangea tree grew a large branch while I was recuperating from surgery. The top was very heavy with flowers and it was approx.3″ in diameter before I saw it. I want to…

  • Lollipop-Style Mid Size Evergreen for Back yard

    Anything you can suggest for evergreen with lollipop shape of 2 m bare trunk at the bottom and 4 -6 m max mature height in full sun, clay soil, rather dry. Probably one of the pines fits this description, but…

  • Pruning Passion Flower

    I have a large passion flower plant that I have successfully overwintered in my home for three winters…put it out in the summer and it seems quite happy – lots of amazing flowers!! It has a lot of dead stems…

  • Fig Tree Maintenance in Toronto

    I was lucky enough to buy a house with a mature fig tree, but had no chance to inquire about maintenance. Noticed some pictures with burlap wrapping in winter and some heavy pruning on old and new branches as well.…

  • Hydrangea Problem

    Is my hydrangea salvageable? It is in a sunny spot in clay soil. How and when should I prune it? Thank you…

  • Unknown Type of Clematis Pruning

    My daughter moved into a house last fall with a huge clematis on the southwest wall of the garage. There were no signs of bloom. We didn’t prune it as we didn’t know the type. This year it did not…

  • Pruning Beech Hedges

    We planted a row of 7 beech hedges, 7 years ago. They seem to be doing well, however are reaching for sunlight because they are partially overshadowed by a larger maple. Of course we would like them to grow together…