How do you take a cutting from a hosta plant to plant it and get a new hosta ??
Can anyone please tell what is happening with my tree peony plant. Leaves are turning brown at the ends and no new growth at all. This one I bought it in the June and... See more
My Hibiscus bush has multiple blooms, but they only open to about half. Do I need to put something on the bush to make the blooms open up fully?
I have been using the sprinkler in an effort to give it water but it seems to be getting worse!! Help
We have an orange tree in our backyard and the oranges are extra sour! So is there something we can do ourselves to the ground underneath it or something else?
I’ve had this plant for about a year and he’s been happy and healthy sitting in a window that gets sunlight for a few hours in the afternoon. But recently he’s ... See more
Our TV room sounds very hollow because there are no curtains or fabric covered furniture. Would indoor plants make any difference?
Can I trim my smoke bush now in fall?
I have started a Garden Club in our area and we are doing a basic how to workshop. I am looking for very short easy to do ideas that can be easily accomplished in a 1... See more
My blueberry bush isn't producing at all this year. It survived winter
Just received a Hibiscus for Mothers Day. Big beautiful yellow flowers. Live in AZ and its been in the upper 90s and 100s. Now the leaves are turning yellow, the big ... See more
I planted my petunias about a week now, & something is eating holes in the flower. In the pot I also have a mum planted.
We're in SC. We have clay instead of soil! What is the best way to plant flowers and bushes. It's almost impossible to dig up enough clay to add soil to plant in. Any... See more
My lawn guy has fertilized, fed, and even laid more squares of fresh grass. that to died eventually. I do water. if there is a worm or something that is eating the... See more
I have no tiller so use a shovel to dig and turn my clay soil and add all my compose in and turn with pitch fork each turn. How long does ut take my clay to turn to ... See more
So I know you need to bust up the clay and throw in a lot of organic materials when replanting. The rule of thumb is that the hole should be 3x the diameter of the ro... See more
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?
We have these tiny button sized rose bushes and I need to know if I prune them or not.
I have garden spots about 4 x 4’.