Potatoes and onions are easy to grow, and are often over-looked. Learn how you can grow your own.
If you have a tree where leaves look scorched, as if they have been burnt, you may want to give this article a quick peak. Learn the difference between leaf scorch and fire blight.
It's that time of the year where we should see flowers on our hydrangeas. Learn why your hydrangeas won't bloom with this handy article. The reason may be easier than you think!
Last season you may have battled gypsy moth caterpillars devouring your trees. With the wet spring, it is suspected that this season will bring lots of caterpillars. Here is some information on how to treat for gyspy moth and their pesky larvae.
Did your lilies last season just turn to sticks? The culprit could be the Scarlet Lily Beetle. Unfortunately we already have some sightings in Niagara. Read about these pests and how to control them.
Our gardens may still have some snow covering them, but that doesn't mean we can't look forward to this spring. Let's start dreaming about spring and be prepared for the 2019 gardening season.
Did you have a hard time last summer with your annual hanging baskets and containers due to the heat? Here are some of the do's and don'ts when it comes to caring for them.
Have you noticed ants 'attacking' your garden plants? Are the leaves on your plants becoming discolored, and, if left long enough, curling up on themselves? Do they look as if they have ash or soot all over them? If you have seen any of these signs in your garden, you may want to check your plants for aphids.