I have a lilac tree that is looking diseased. The leaves have a silver look to them.
I found a huge patch of daffodils in the woods an would like to transplant them .do i dig them up an put them where i want them or do I dig them up an dry the bulbs a... See more
Have some bulbs I want to plant,packet says early winter but doesnt explain about watering needs. Im going to plant them amongst my pansies and marigolds,they receive... See more
I have had a honeysuckle vine for many years, never flowered, lots of sun, zone 5..... any suggestions? Thanks.
I need details and what time of year do I do this?
I love my wildflower gardens, but each spring when I weed the beds I'm sure I pull the wrong plants up. I take pictures each year and compare them, but always manage... See more
Lucifer plant will not straighten up. Was straight when planted. No wind to speak of. In full sun. Just planted this summer. Otherwise a very healthy plant. Sho... See more
Gardener for decades shocked to recently hear one can keep garden daylillies blooming continiouly, if so I'd really appreciate someone telling me what I have been doi... See more
Starting to cover roof of garage and house.
Do I let it dry out and leave the bulbs in the pot until ready to plant in the Fall.I live in zone 5. Thank youCarolyn from NH
I didn't get to them. And they spent the winter in my unheated garage. Now what do I do with them?
This area gets sun from late morning through mid afternoon, bright light before & after sunshine leaves the area. No shade.
I live in the South and absolutely love flowers. I would like to have something blooming all year.