My garden consists of golden gravel/chippings so the majority of my plants are in pots.But, I wanted to plant succulents can these be put directly into the gravel as ... See more
How often should I water them? How do I transplant them? Do they need vitamins? special dirt? My son have me a. Tom of them.Thank you, Diane
I'm looking for some creative yet cost effective ideas for creating some raised garden beds for my next year's garden. I usually plant around 6 tomato plants, 6 bell ... See more
Made using old windows and sheets of poly-carb as a lean-to.
how do i treat it so as not to bring pests into my home? can i just leave it outdoors as is in the pot & cover it?
I have a mum in a planter and I am not sure if I should leave it in the pot or plant it in the ground. I have not had good luck with them coming back the next year.
I sure do want to keep this alive over the winter. Suggestions please.....Under a light perhaps
I am building a paver stone walled garden, and have completed the base (images attached). I got it relatively level, but not perfectly even everywhere. The base stone... See more
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
For the pass few years now I have always done my garden on the ground like every one else has done for year's.... but with ground rodent's, Rabbits, and some Bird's..... See more
I want to be able to move the planters easily but if I fill with dirt/bottom gravel they are to heavy. Thanks Grandma M
I have grown a plant from a pit, but I think I remember hearing that it needs two plants or some knowledge of grafting or cross pollination. Is it worth trying this ... See more
It's the one in front on the lft side. It is definitely in the Jew family. It grows like the airplane plant, sends legs out and a baby will form at the end of leg whe... See more
I have a wall mounted fountain. It splashes the hubby while he sits in his recliner. I was thinking of adding plants the "bowl" to reduce the splash. Any ideas as to ... See more
has anyone had experience with the whole painting flower pots with low in the dark paint? just curious as to what they look like in the daylight, discolored at all?
We bought a house and the previous owner put evergreens in these large planters. Last year in Chicago there was extreme drought and even though we watered, the trees ... See more
The info card on the plant at the store said that hydrangeas like compact soil and could survive in a planter, so I decided to give it a try. Has anyone done this bef... See more
I want to place some artsy and/or unusual planters around our patio, and am looking for suggestions of items that have been used or made into planters. I have an old ... See more