I recently started obsessing over succulents but most are starting to die. I have read many articles about how to keep them alive but mist stuff is not working. Any ... See more
I got this as a house warming gift 2 years ago. I has done great until now. I did move it but it get the same amount of light as it did before.
What do I need to do to keep it alive? Thank you in advance.
I have a Christmas cactus for 3 years this Christmas it's a house plant. I planted in MIRACLE GROW it doesn't grow any flowers and doesn't grow any larger but it is g... See more
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
Last year i lost all my pretty impatiens one after another. Was thrilled to hear there's a disease resistant variety and bought 5 colours. And then,this one just wilt... See more
I purchased two last spring and new growth start out but don’t grow much. Exiting long leave are so thin and with n days they are folding over soon to turn yellow! ... See more
The leaves on my new grape plants are turning yellow. Am I watering them too much? I have never grown them before, so not sure how much to water. The instructions ... See more
My house faces west and there is not much shade. I would love to use this flower as shrubs. Will they thrive here.
I have a Plant that is Called Mother - in - Law how come she isn't Growing like a Weed.... I've seen Others around town that has grown fast and has more than mine doe... See more
I need to buy some new containers for my balcony in which to grow tomatoes. Any recommendations as to size and material? Also how do I provide drainage that won't dri... See more
I’d like to bring more bees/ butterflies to my yard. Looking to plant some new items that will help them flourish. I’m in Pennsylvania.
I have been using sheets, pillow cases, burlap, trash bags (held with clothes pins or wires), plus some buckets. But is there a product that is quicker and easier. I'... See more
Rooting in water is iffy at best, any other ideas?
We have just purchased a home in the Pacific NW. I love flowers, birds, and vegetable gardens. We want to have a garden that is inviting to birds, butterflies and l... See more
We live in Northwest Alabama. The soil is hard with a lot of clay. We know we will have to add top soil but what else is needed? We've always lived in apartments or r... See more