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Scarlet Lily Beetle

Categories: Advice, Do-It-Yourself Tips, Niagara Garden, Perennials, Pesticides|

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.

Grub Control

Categories: Do-It-Yourself Tips, Niagara Garden, Pesticides|

Beneficial nematodes can be applied to your lawn and gardens to treat grub infestations. Now is the time to apply!

Customer Loyalty Program

Categories: Fertilizers, Fruits and Herbs, Hardy Tropicals, Houseplants, News, Perennials, Pesticides, Ponds, Trees and Shrubs|

Our customers keep us invigorated from season to season, and we like to thank them for shopping with us. Get the moost out of your shopping experience with our customer card program, where you collect points for every purchase made! These points can then be redeemed towards any goods* in-store. The best part, it's FREE!

Our thoughts and Advice on Japanese beetles

Categories: Advice, Pesticides|

Learn how to control and deal with the influx of Japanese Beetles.

Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

Categories: Advice, Niagara Garden, Pesticides|

We apply this age-old philosophy to many things in our lives, why not bugs too? Learn about beneficial bugs in your yard.

Ants and Aphids

Categories: Advice, Niagara Garden, Pesticides|

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.

Lawn stressing you out?

Categories: News, Pesticides, Summer|Tags: , , |

'Tis the season! With hot, summer months ahead of us, we will help you prepare for browning lawns and let you know what you can do to stop them.

Environment Friendly Grub Control

Categories: Advice, Pesticides|Tags: , |

Here’s a popular and environment friendly way to control grubs in your lawn. ‘Beneficial Nematodes’ are microscopic and feed on insect larvae.

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