Summer Pruning

It’s not really the time of year that most often comes to mind when we think of pruning. But this is the perfect time if you are working to keep certain shrubs or trees dwarfed. It’s also the time to redirect a plant that may be growing in an undesirable direction. Moreover pruning would be done in the summer for protective or corrective reasons. If plants are showing defective limbs you can lop them off […]

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Ferns Make Shady Friends

Ferns may look delicate but they can be pretty hardy.  Many ferns, including evergreen types, are  tough plants, and most are highly adaptable, they thrive in average soil and in shady conditions. These primitive plants have been around for a good 350 million years and don’t really need our attention at all, thank you very much! Just ensure to select the right fern for the right spot, the way mother nature organizes her garden. We

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Dwarf Cherry Trees – Small in Stature Large in Yield

Many an afternoon could be spent cherry picking on the farms that dot the Niagara escarpment. The stunning floral display matches the delicious flavour, with a multitude of miniature pinkish blossoms and translucent filaments, finishing in rich maroon anthers foretelling the fruit to come. Most of us are not fortunate enough to have space for a traditional sweet cherry tree that could grow up to 30 feet tall. The solution is the bountiful Dwarf Cherry

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