I bought 2 of these plants a couple of months ago from a reputable nursery. They were very striking! They are bright yellow and green stems that stand up stiffly al... See more
We just replaced our 42-yr-old subdivision sign. It had shrubs all around it but they were too tall and full of weeds. The man who was tasked with cutting them much l... See more
Any advice on cutting back huge, old lilac bushes is appreciated. When is the best time, how best to do it, and how often? Thank you!
I'm new to the succulent world - but omg, there're many species of succulents indeed! How many are there actually? Anyone knows?
I LOVE LOVE LOVE succulents. But it never fails that they become unruly and a mere shadow of themselves. I truly have tried to trim them back, sculpt them like a topi... See more
I planted a loquat tree six years ago when I moved here to Hinesville, GA. The past three years it has put on blossoms & tiny fruits but they dry up before reaching m... See more
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
Can i put seed pods in ground over winter i tried storing over winter in shed they just rot if i plant them in ground now (august) will they come up next spring or sh... See more
I have a geranium from last spring still in its original pot. It won't die. Can I take a cutting off it? And how do I get it to sprout?
What causes the tips of houseplants to turn brown and curl up?
It’s October now, should I plant it or keep it in cool room in house or in unheated garage?
I always put my houseplants outside for the summer but bring them in for the winter. whenever I bring them in I seem to get bugs all over my house. what can I do.
We are finally moving out of our condo and into a single family home. I have always dreamed of being able to have a garden and a beautiful landscape to tend to. But I... See more
its about 3-4 feet tall and wide. It has tons of beautiful tiny pink flowers. It’s in my tree line I plan on trimming back and think about keeping it.
I was told that if I get a spider plant start to just put it in a pot of dirt and then cover it with about an inch of dirt. Nothing is happening...why??
Our lot is pie shaped with our driveway at the narrow point. I'd like to plant a welcoming landscape but am stumped as to what plants to pick. Living on gulf coast we... See more
We have some beautiful blue Hydrangias but the old flowers do not look good. The plant is thriving but I am worried the old flowers will drain energy from the plant. ... See more
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 want something that will make it look fresh and neat and something that will last all spring/summer. This flower bed is new, so it is sparce and looks unfinished.
My daughter gifted me a Lilac bush last Mothers Day and instead of planting it in the ground, I put it in a pot. It's still outside and it gets pretty cold here in In... See more
Seed catalogs often list as blue flowers that are really purple or lavender. Is there a flower I can plant in a ceramic container that is true blue? I know there is ... See more