When Home Depot had its 5/$10 vegs and herbs last week I bought a variety. I like cilantro
and wanted to grow my own. When I got home the cilantro was aready wilting. I gave it
the sun and watering like the other plants but it continues to deteriorate. I was back at HD today looking at more herbs and the 3 remaining cilantro looked about as bad as mine. I dont have any hopes of reviving it nor do I plan to buy it again unless I can find out what went wrong. I'm along the gulf coast and wondered if it is a cool season plant and was already on the way out when I bought it.
Commented on Apr 13, 2013
It was a Bonnie plant which means you plant the whole thing, no plastic pot
I'll wait until fall to buy it again. I do not know why places like Home Depot and Lowes get plants that do not do well here, or the wrong season
How do you keep the brass toned finish from wearing off doorknobs? We just got replacements for our storm door and the last ones looked terrible. Probably doesnt help that we live along the gulf coast with the heat and humidity
Commented on Mar 03, 2013
He just bought new hardware from them. I thought the same thing about the warranty but we
now that I can no longer clip hangers to my gutters, how do I hang the lights?
Commented on Sep 22, 2012
Actually we do have cup hooks on the fascia. And it works if you don't mind the storm door
catching the lights every time you open the door. I was hoping to still attach the lights to the gutters to avoid that. The gutter guard is mesh and it goes right up to the edge of the gutter so there is no way to use gutter clips
Isaac came through here and besides stripping my crepe myrtles, it partially uprooted my tall gardenia I have had for 25 years. We have tried to upright it and tied it to one of the
storm shutters. It appears to have been turned 90 degrees (having been laid over by the winds, from the north and south). its big and heavy and I want to know the best way to reroot it. So far it doesnt show signs of stress but its early. The ground of course is a muddy mess.