Over the last 7 years or so I have been fighting a losing battle against Tiff Bermuda thanks to my neighbors who have their lawns mowed and then use those blowers to ... See more
I thought my aloe was just adjusting to winter but today I noticed on of its larger leaves has cracked close to the stem. I’m not sure if it should leave the cracke... See more
I live on the Houston Gulf Coast and recent cold has just about decimated my potted hibiscus. I put them on the covered porch and wrapped up in blankets. This is an ... 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
Hi a friend gave me this plant to babysit for a while but not sure how to clean it up?? It has berries and squiggling things. What can I cut??? TY
Here I am again having lost 25-28 monarch last month due to what I feel is Gardeners where I live spraying round up for overgrown grass in our Village here in Camaril... See more
I have 5 different air plants that I had supported in shells but they have out grown the shells. I have them in sand in a glass dome but am not sure if they can be pu... See more
I noticed at the first of the summer that in the middle, where it's folded over, it was very soft -- nearly mushy. But it still stood up so I forgot about figuring ou... See more
A master gardener told me last night that when the flowers are done, twist the stem, bend it in two, and put a rubber band around it. She says this stem is where next... See more
I tried climbing roses and they didn't live.
I have a huge picture window and would like to get 2 or 3 plants that do not grown too large. Also the window can be a bit chilly in the winter, so I need some pl... See more
We had a freeze here in South Texas and almost all my plants are black.
Rooting in water is iffy at best, any other ideas?
I received one as a gift and it bloomed again the next year but has not bloomed again.