i have plenty of raw vegetables available daily from market. how can i turn this vegetables into compost for my growing particularly melon and watermelon. thanks!
I wonder if I could transplant some of my wild ferns and hang them in baskets. They suddenly appeared alongside my garden pond stream: http://cranberrymorning.blogspo... See more
My husband just brought me a new succulent plant. It did not come with watering recommendations nor weather they need full sun or just a well lit window. Do you have... See more
I painted these cute planters and wanted to put them on a shelf, but having problems with figuring right hardware to use to hang these up under my window seal! I try ... See more
I want to plant a hummingbird vine in a 24" container and feed them like a hydroponic plant to keep roots from getting root bound.
I am putting a cinder block planter in an area...how deep should the soil be for a vegetable garden ...I plan to fill it when the blocks are put down....
I was wondering if we can grow different herbs using planters that I can put on the deck on the rails but have a lot of problems with squirrels and cats.
how do you winterize them..it's get below zero here. can I leave them potted out on the balcony?
I want to buy two large (3-4 feet tall) household plants, but don't have a green thumb at all. I would like to buy the one that is least likely to die on me. Sugges... See more
apt. balcony nothing allowed on rails. can hang or set.
I have four wooden planters I want to use as tables on my deck, however, I want to protect the wood from the elements and slow the weathering process. I'm not sure ... See more
I live in Pennsylvania and am looking for perennials that would survive over winter in large whiskey barrels.
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
One side of my porch gets a lot of evening sun while the other side is mostly in the shade. I would like an ornamental that would work, it could be planted in a pot.
I have been reading about straw bale gardening (planting vegetables on top of straw bales) and find it a very interesting concept especially since I have rods in my b... See more