My flowers keep dying My brick planter I added miracle grow soil to itThey live for a little while then they die. What do I need to do?
i have heard different answers in this. Some say there are toxic chemicals that are released from the blocks.
One of the obvious answers is you don't have to crawl around on your hands and knees. Is it better because of the compost and new soil you put in? Is it more for pl... See more
I live in Birmingham Alabama I have mostly a shaded yard and I wanted to make a raised garden what would you recommend I plant
I have brought my mums inside in their pots. How do I care for them over the winter? They look dry and dead, but I've been told they're just dormant.
can plant small succulents in the wood. any ideas?I used a spade bit, doesn't make a dent, drill bit, nothing, hammer and chisle, I want to make shallow holes so that... See more
Have already tried Osmocote, any other home remedies?
I buy some large geraniums to sit by the door every year outside and I hate to just throw them away when it gets cold. Is there anyway to manage them inside over th... See more
I do not have a green thumb but I have a brick flower box in front of my house and I have yet found a flower that does not require much attention that I can grow ther... See more
I am just hoping to find a good, easy way to make some boxes for different plants!! I am looking to make my garden easier to get through!!!!!!!
I bought 2 Tomato plants. They are still in original pots. I heard putting marigolds next to them helps ward off the bad bugs. That was about 2 or 3 weeks ago. They ... See more
I live in upstate New York and I have collected some local moss. At least three different kinds. But I can't find a lot of information about growing moss in a pot or ... See more
I need to remove my potting soil, peat moss, top soil, manure etc. from the bags into something so I can shovel it out to pot flowers/veg/seeds with out the hassle of... See more
We have vinyl siding, and this summer I put up window boxes. I used "L" shaped brackets. Whenever there was rain, and it soaked the planter boxes, the weight would pu... See more
Put stiroform in the bottons of the pots or ground. It help keep the plant moist.
I have been planting in 5 gallon containers for the last few years and the first year they did well but I have trouble giving them the proper amount of water with out... See more
I just moved in to a new apartment and I want to add some personal touches and some greenery. I learned from y'all that I can have both in one piece and I want to DIY... See more
It had for my entire life. Now I am getting rid of stuff... and I found this thing in my closet. Its for coins to go in. It is very heavy. Well, I am selling my stuff... See more
I have this old wagon/cart that my son brought home from the dump. It's not too big, but it's deep. He repaired it, as the wood was loose and the wheels were falling ... See more
If any of you Arizonians can help a fellow one out, i'd really appreciate it! My husband and I decided to stay another 2 years before moving back to Texas and I REALL... See more
It is 49" tall, and extends to 72" tall. The basket part tilts and has an attached notched lever.
The green plant in the picture is a forsythia shrub with bright yellow flowers in the spring. On the right side is a wider container and on the left side the containe... See more