Can someone tell me how to propogate succulents? I just loooooove my succulents and I just found out that I can grow new ones from the old ones. That is SOOOO cool! ... 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
something ready to plant in that would not cost a lot
I've have searched online and cannot seem to find any help. I have a jack fruit tree that I grew from seed. It is about a year and a half to two years old. The pictur... See more
I would like to know what size of a pot plant to use for planting roses in. We would like to plant creeper roses that need to climb up to two metres on an arch on my... See more
i leave in Saskatchewan and we are zone 3. This plant is zone 5. I have the plant in a container. Would like to winter it some how
I need help, my house plants have mold on the top layer of dirt. I only water my plants once a week and only enough to dampen the water. I have 9 different kids of ho... See more
I recently purchased faux/resin whiskey barrels for the front of my house. I have no clue how much potting soil I will need to fill them. They are 20 inches across ... See more
I bought a peppermint plant and planted in a clay pot. I wanted to bring in my sun room to have fresh all winter. Was full and green and I sprayed it off to make sure... See more
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
I saw an idea on planting strawberries in a non treated wood palate. So I tried it & it didn;t work. All the strawberries died except about 5 out of 36.
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
This is the tree before it was cut down on the left. My husband refers to it as the "widow maker"- it's huge. I would like to make some vertical planters so that I... See more
What are some ideas for filling space at the bottom third of my tall ceramic pots to enable me to put less soil in them, prior to planting new plants in them. I.E. t... See more
I'm using large empty cans to plant veggies for the kids on earth day. How do I attach the rope to a chain link fence so the cans can be removed.
Is it advisable to use treated 8x8's I have laying around to build an herb/vegetable garden?
I am looking for plants to use in mini gardens for a cubicle area in our office...Any ideas?
These planters are in my yard, and have been doing nothing but collecting rain- and probably breeding mosquitos, for years.They're so big that I can't afford to buy e... See more
Just wanting some feedback on these fairy gardens, plus inspiration and ideas on how to improve them.
I am interested in putting a small garden on top of my septic tank or any ideas. The area is surrounded by my flower garden that I need to water.
I have heard of using Styrofoam pellets at the bottom of pots, has any one used crushed up plastic grocery bags the same way, does this work as filler and drainage?
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