Potted blue spruce

Hello, My son gave me a potted blue spruce that he used as an indoor Christmas Tree this year. The tree has been indoors for 7 weeks. It looks healthy and has some new growth. I would like to plant…

Hard prune large yew hedge

Hello, I looked through the ‘find it here’ and didn’t see this asked previously and am therefore seeking advice. We have large yew hedges on each side of our yard. As we inherited them with the house I’m going to…

Pencil Point Juniper

Hi there, I’m thinking about planting a Pencil Point Juniper at the edge of our front yard as it would fit size-wise (about 8-10 ft tall, 3 ft wide) and has a much desired conical shape. The front yard faces…

Living Privacy Screen

Hello! I live in Toronto and need help finding the right trees to create a living privacy wall in my backyard. We would like the trees to be as fast growing as possible and to cover the entire fence line…

Juniper trunk is covered with white “something”

Hello, this juniper looks healthy, but its trunk is being covered by white stuff that is getting larger. It appears as if it is a fungus, but I would like a confirmation from you and, more importantly, recommendation for treatment…

Christmas tree

Hi, you posted about replanting your Christmas tree but didn’t respond to my Facebook comment clarifying if it’s one w the root ball still intact or this is actually possible w a cut tree.…

Emerald cedar – planting in November

Good morning, we want to plant emerald cedars along our backyard fence. We would like to know if it’s better to wait for next spring or if there’s still time to plant now.…

Planting Emerald Cedars in November

is the end of November too late to plant emerald trees that are in pots and are 5 feet tall. Location London Ontario on well drained sandy soil .…

Suggestion for a tree in shade

My neighbour has a wonderful, large maple, and it provides shade most of the day on one part of our lawn. I have successfully planted various dogwoods on my side of the property, and would like to add another smaller…