Spring is just around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about that prolific invasive pest, the LLD Moth aka the Gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar or Spongy moth. Remember last spring all those tiny black caterpillars that were everywhere? The LLD moth is an invasive species here in North America that has caused massive amounts of damage across Ontario and Quebec. Last year, in Ontario, they caused the defoliation of almost 1.8 million hectares. Want to know the steps & treatments we can ...
Gardening News, Tips & Advice
We want you to be successful with your garden. To achieve the best results, we recommend following these planting instructions with easy steps for success.
Sure plants are pretty and smell great, but did you know that many plants can actually benefit your physical and mental health?
Enjoy beautiful, low maintenance and easy to grow summer-blooming shrubs in your garden this summer. Here are our picks for the best flowering shrubs for your garden.
We know many gardeners feel that garden design is a daunting task, so we've gathered 7 simple tips to help you create a well designed garden.
With beautiful foliage, shade & drought loving hostas are the perfect plant to accent flowers in the garden.
Trees are an investment in our future, providing shade, reducing carbon dioxide, and providing homes for birds and small animals. Read on to see why you shouldn't take trees for granted.
Many bee species populations, including honey bees, have been been declining and you can make a difference in your own garden by planting bee friendly plants. Bees love to live in urban settings where there are short flight paths to a wide variety of different plants and flowers. Bees are more likely to thrive in your backyard, community or patio garden than on vast acres devoted to single crop plantings.
If your lawn looks like a war zone this spring with dead patches, and torn up grass then it’s likely you have grubs. We have some tips on how to regain your beautiful lawn with nematodes. These naturally-occurring microscopic organisms are safe for pets and people and are a natural predator to grubs.