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Do you have a question? Ask Gardenline
- All of our advice is pesticide-free.
- We do not do home visits or garden design.
- The University of Saskatchewan is closed to the public due to covid, so we are not available for in-person consultations and cannot accept plant or insect samples by mail.
- We will reply to you either by email or by phone, whichever you prefer. Texting is not available.
- We do not do lab analysis (water, disease or soil tests) here but can refer you to a lab.
- Requests are answered in the order they are received. It may take several business days to reply to your question, depending on the volume of requests. We appreciate your patience!
Gardening questions will only be answered between May 1 - September 30. Gardenline operates weekdays during regular business hours.
Every question you send to Gardenline must include a significant amount of information.
How we use your information:
- Your personal information such as your name, contact information and location is never shared with anyone.
- Your location information is required because location matters when it comes to plant diagnosis, plant or insect identification, plant recommendations and many other aspects of gardening.
- We use aggregate information about location for program planning and funding purposes. This aggregate information is never linked to individuals.
You will not be able to submit photos when you submit your question. If we need photos, we will contact you by email with instructions about how to send them.
Photos are extremely helpful. Tips for submitting good photos:
- Use high resolution photos so that we can zoom in to see detail. (maximum size of 5MB each)
- Photos should be in focus.
- Send a maximum of 5 photos.
- For small subjects such as insects or native plants, it helps to include an object in the photo such as a ruler, coin or pen to give an indication of scale.
Choose one of the buttons below to submit your question. If you have more than one question, you will need to submit multiple requests.