I have Indian Jasmine plant, these year we get buds on the plant,but before it turns in Flowers it turns in brown and doesn’t bloom . I gave enough of fertilizers a... See more
The spot that I am thinking of is not overly moist...I have some Astilbe there and they are doing great.
This little shrub was doing pretty well and now the blooms seem to be dying. A very strange Bush as it has stalks and a few leaves? Should I cut back?
Does it grow fast from seed, should I buy small plants or full fown? - Rationale is I don;t need it for this year's pool season (OVER in 4 weeks!), but would be nice... See more
I have a red tip on each side of my front door and they've never looked especially good. Over the years they've become quite scraggly, as you can see. They were plant... See more
How do you find so many succulents that don't cost a fortune?
Hi Hometalk world, My boyfriend and l purchased a fixer upper home located in South Georgia and the yard is dying! All the trees are starting to die, weeds have taken... See more
I planted a cactus garden this summer. We have mild winters here in the central coast of CA. but we do get frost with occasional temperatures below 30 deg. I’ve use... See more
What types of flowering/seasonal plants can take the cool to winter months in NC
I have a female dog, that leaves urine spots in my grass(brown spots} what can I put on the grass to turn it geen again?
Has anyone ever seen this happen? My rose bush has a ton of leaves. No buds yet but it is still early in the season here. It did have afids but application of neem oi... See more
I hade a plant a long time ago it was a leaf plant at the end of each leaf was a small hard seed.the seeds would fall off into thee pot and grow more leafs.I belive i... See more
It's suppose to fall to 24 degrees after the rain. Can I put plastic over the beds from the top rail of my railing on my porch to protect them from the rain & cold? m... See more
Not sure if it's because I am so frugal or if it is my sentimentality towards owning cuts from my husband's grandfathers farm that are over 100 years old. But every y... See more
What plants in the zone 6 are recommended for sandy soil. Thank you in advance
Should I do it now - immediately, or in the spring, which would end up being early May.
I live in Texas and my hydrangeas always grow tons of flowering blooms, but in the summer, the blooms are colorless and then new greenery grows and covers the blooms!... See more
Our community has just begun paying a water bill so I would appreciate knowing which container plants will take the least amount of water on hot days.
Hey, I been collecting/using my bunnies fertilizer for other garden plants, but I was wondering if I could use it for my tomatoes? He is litter trained so his fertili... See more