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
Is this “orchid” mess still viable.? Any quick tips....no websites......for orchid success. I have purchased sooooo many....but have never had one rebloom. I ... See more
Every year I plant marigolds aroundmy lamp post. The last two years something kills them. It looks like spit on them. I’ve sprayed them, put Seven dust, nothing wo... See more
So, I went to Lowe's to find out why and buy something else but the woman who knows all about plants wasn't there. My only "helper" was a young guy who clearly knew n... See more
How do I know when my potato plants are ready to cultivate? Why do potato plants have blooms?
When is the best time to move an azalea plant. It has flowers now.
My small citrus trees have very shriveled leaves. I keep severn dust on them for the bugs. Were in the rainy season so they get tons of water. Ive spent so much money... See more
When is the best time to divide hosta plants? All of mine are in planters not in the ground. Thanks
I really want to have raised beds for fruits and veggies, and herbs but don’t know what type of soil is needed and when to plant. Thanks so much. Denise
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?
live in coastal SC
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
Pr based several over the years
I have no tiller so use a shovel to dig and turn my clay soil and add all my compose in and turn with pitch fork each turn. How long does ut take my clay to turn to ... See more
We are in February and it is blooming now but doesn't have any leaves on it.
The first frost has happened and the dead flowers are still there. Should I wait till spring to touch them?
Every time I transplant from a pot they die after a few weeks. Thought they were perennials. How do I keep them so they spread out and come back yearly?
The roots are higher than the yard. I can’t Moe in that area. Should I add more dirt to cover the roots?