I am looking for methods of planting succulents.
Spring is here!! And this is a serious eye sore!! I dont want to get rid of it. For privacy reasons...
To pinch or not to pinch - that is the question.
I have wild ferns that have been growing right down in front of my house. It stay very moist there. I have tried the vintage and water. It burnt them but still they c... See more
I received this beautiful wood pen holder from my husband's grandmother, and while I think the wood is beautiful, I just don't need another pen holder. A friend sugge... See more
Its getting brown spots and dead leaves
How do I prevent segments of leaves dropping off from my Christmas cactus! Some say it’s too much water and others say not enough. What is correct with watering?
My bleeding heart bushes planted in a mulch bed are dying with yellow crumpled leaves. Help please
There is a time when I can collect the persimmons off my tree and they can be used for a wonderful pie, but, if I wait too long, things go "REALLY SOUR"; pun intende... See more
My thyme started getting these brown/Black dots all over all the leaves. The whole plant is affected. Can it be saved? Is it safe to eat?
I bought young annuals and veg. plants, how warm does night temp have to be.
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
How can I keep my poinsettia plant alive, I know how to kill it each year, now I need to find a new way to save it.
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
It is Feburary here in Arizona and my tomato (one,) seen to be growing and it is chlly here for the past few days. Can I start planting other vegetables? I did ask... See more
Tried waiting until spring to cut off old growth leaving about 1 1/2 feet . Does my soil need something?