Does anyone know the cause of my healthy looking tomato plants not producing flowers? I see no insects..water as needed (they're in huge containers) and plenty of af... See more
I think this calla lily plant now has root rot from about a week of slight overwatering (you can see some of the stalks have turned yellow). What can i do now to help... See more
I live in zone 7, southern New Jersey, and a discoloration is forming on my elephant ears. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong? Could it be watering before 8 AM ... See more
Is it ok to use terra cotta pot when repotting monkey cups?
A nuisance vine has taken over the trunks of all my trees. Friend pulled hers lose and it caused some rash wherever it touched her skin. I'd like to kill it on the tr... See more
I recently had some drywall work done in a room we tried to seal off. Dry wall plaster dust escaped the room and found my Christmas cactus in the next room. What shou... See more
I think these plants may have been over watered or under watered during the winter months. How can I help them? TIA!
Ever since I chopped off a too tall branch off my old yucca tree it has been growing but it “weeps” this sticky stuff that sprays everywhere! Any ideas how to sto... See more
I'm moving into a new home in Nov after losing my home last Oct in the Calif wildfire the new house has a lot of light but i need plants that will live & not die in m... See more
I’m trying to find out why the leaves in my Boston fern is turning brown. I usually have it sitting on the deck on the back of my house which faces east. I make su... See more
Iv'e always grow a garden. This year I'm trying some herbs. At the end of season should I air dry or use dehydrator?
When I bought this home, I inherited a couple of rose bushes that have never seen a pruning shear - ever. Now I have these sprawling stems that no way resemble a ros... See more
I love it and want to give some plants to a friend. Thanks!!!
I have a very shaded area. I would like to plant Perennials in our flower beds. I would like to know which plants would be good in a shady garden in my area.
Michigan climate; it’s planted by my garage in sandy soil and faces the east;
Every time I transplant from a pot they die after a few weeks. Thought they were perennials. How do I keep them so they spread out and come back yearly?