As I was pruning one of my Knock Out rose bush, I notices it has grown a stem filled with thorns and the leaves are bushy instead of 5 leaf structure. What does thi... See more
I love in the N.E., can I oversized my hanging Boston ferns in my garage?
Bought this about a week ago thought I could work with it as far as getting it healthy again. I see little improvement. Can you tell me if its dying or if it still ha... See more
I bought this mint plant from the farmers market about 3 weeks ago and it was bushy and thriving, but now it's leggy with brown stems. I bought neem oil to fight the ... See more
I have some old window bars that I want to turn into a garden trellis. What would be the best kind to grow in a shaded garden in a tropical climate? We have very dry ... See more
I've tried putting 1 in the garage, but it died. I'm considering planting it in the ground and mulch it really well. What do I do?
Is this dead or going thru a process?
We have one honey bee hive & are planning to set up another near it. My son put in a retaining wall on a slope near our hive & as soon as we can get soil to fill in ... 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
Hi,when I bring plants from the store they are very healthy after few weeks they start to look sick,though I water them when they dry and give them good water
This is my first time caring for orchid plants, and I'm not sure of the proper way to restart new growth. I've been given many advices, but not quite sure what's t... See more
What are some bug repellent plants and the least expensive way to put them around the yard/garden area? Can they grow on the fence lining the pool?
This would be in the northern climate like in Ontario.
I was told that Nasturtiums were quite tasty. Is this true?
same problem every year?
We're in SC. We have clay instead of soil! What is the best way to plant flowers and bushes. It's almost impossible to dig up enough clay to add soil to plant in. Any... See more
Mine get direct sun until afternoon. They are on the bottom tier in a two-tiered bed installed by a landscape firm. I planted though. I tried limelight but late last... See more
My hydrangeas are starting to get their leaves. But most of the new leaves on old wood look like they're dying immediately. The new leaves on new wood look okay. Shou... See more