A Google search identified it as a Persian buttercup, but the leaves are different. Similar images indicate it's some type of lily. Hoping the Hometalk community ca... See more
my iris'have bloomed, now do i cut the stems to the ground or leave them, or will they bloom again this summer or fall?
I have a big drift of ornamental poppies, from my grandmother that barely came up this year. I might have a dozen poking through, and I don’t want to lose these.
The begonia plant inside its huge, does it have to be in a heated rm or can it be in a cool place?
I have different types of perennials but I don’t know if I have to cut them down :)
My Mum plants are too tall, I need to trim them back but I’m scared to.Thank You for any information on this subject.Peggy
In the Spring my climbing rose bushes bloom profusely. Soon after they drop their blooms and leaves and stay like that until Fall and slowly bloom again. I fertiliz... See more
My beautiful vincas are dying seemingly overnight. Every day ta few of them are wilting and dying. I don't see any bugs on the. I have sprayed them with a combination... See more
I was given a peace of a Jade plant and no one new how to plant it now or put in water to grow roots
Richmond, VA. Snow coming. Should I cover and if so what with?
WHICH SIDE OF THE HOUSE? DOES IT REQUIRE LOTS OF SUN?
Trying to grow tomatoes in southern coastal Florida. They start out fine, but begin to rot at the bottom of the fruit as they start to ripen. Never saw this when gr... See more
i dont have one but want one someday and not sure what would grow fast and cover a trellis maybe even one with a seat in it. hopefully that would not draw a lot of st... See more
Has anyone ever tried growing roses from seeds? I see a great many offers of rose seed on Ebay. I have never heard of it before. I have no luck with cuttings. Thank y... See more