It has taken over everywhere-raspberry patch too!!
What am I doing wrong? Thank you for responding.
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?
they all seem to have this mottled green leaf and on the back is spores and maybe what i thought was some grey little spider like critter on the back. I planted these... See more
We have a Fiddle Fig plant in our office that is huge but the trunk is very thin and the branches are bending down.
This plant is 2 years old. There are only a few branches left. Can these be replanted? Should I remove the dead stems?
In winter when we do not have enough sunlight or heat, please describe how to take care of house plants.
I have put most of my plants in pots this last spring, and put rock in the flower beds, I like the look but do I need to bring them in, maybe the garage or covered ba... See more
It’s October now, should I plant it or keep it in cool room in house or in unheated garage?
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
We have one honey bee hive & are planning to set up another near it. My son put in a retaining wall on a slope near our hive & as soon as we can get soil to fill in ... 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
I was told that Nasturtiums were quite tasty. Is this true?
We have a numbe of black waKnut trees in our yard and I was told we wouldn’t be able to grow tomatoes because of the acid in the soil caused by the trees. Is that t... See more
I have always wanted a Dogwood in my front yard, but they are expensive. We live in northwest Louisiana and there are a lot of wild Dogwoods.
I love to plant these and eat the produce, but they spread so much, I would like to find a way to contain them so that they do not spread into my other plants and yar... See more
My hydrangea bush is looking very unhealthy. I normally let the flowers die off, but should I cut it right back,and if so, when
I've been saving coffee grinds for a year,When get potting soil this spring can I mix them together to plant my plant's,Thank's,,..
I live in East Central Alabama. We are having some really cold temps this winter. Wind chill right now is 5 degrees.