would like flowering plant or bush lasting spring, summer, fall if possible, live in SC, humid, sunny warm
I live in middle Tennessee and am thinking about planting Leland cypress trees to create privacy between the back of my house and my neighbor. I’m not sure how far ... See more
I planted Azalea plant in March-April of this year. Plant was purchased at Costco. I have used right soil while planting it. It grew pretty well till right now in... See more
I have aloe vera plants that were given to me from a friend; what’s the best way to take care of them? How much water do they need and how often? I’ve tried plan... See more
How late can I plant clover seeds in Tennessee?
I recently moved to this new place that has an old Pecan tree. I've been able to pick up a few Pecans this year, but from talking to my neighbor (who benefits from th... See more
My husband and I first bought our new home about 3 months ago and planted a persimmon tree we received as a gift. I'm usually pretty good at growing anything, they sa... See more
gardening season is almost here. When is a good time to take cuttings of Rose of Sharon and forsythia and pussy willow to root? Also what is the best way to clean... See more
I am in Florida! Live on sandy soil! Gets sunshine and rain!
My fall raspberries are being eaten by something. Whatever it is puts a hole in the top and sucks the juice out. I have a picture of a worm but only found one so don'... See more
I’ve never had a yard that is a hill, I have yet found a way to create a garden bed that the soil doesn’t seem to disapear every year. The grass doesn’t grow pr... See more
We received this beautiful plant as a gift, but I have no clue what it is called or how to take care of it.Any Hometalkers out there know? Much appreciated!
slope and sandy. few trees provide shade around the house. and best time to do seeds
Currently it is a large flower bed with 2 inch mulch of cedar chips. How and with what should I amend the soil? Do I need to remove the bark chips first or can I just... See more
I have several Hydrangeas' including a lace-cap and some ever blooming ones. We had a pretty harsh winter in western new York, so I think maybe this has something to... See more