I forgot how to Plant a Rose steam on a potato. Please remind me. I am not sure if after that I have to Plant in triunfo.
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
I lost all my directions.
Full sun - zone 9 Thanks,
I moved into a new house. They have rose bushes planted. How to take care of them in the winter months? Cover them, cut them down?
I bought a hydrangea plant in a container and planted it in a location that gets the morning sun and shade in the p.m. It has not grown over 10" in height. It's very ... See more
We love sunflowers. Next year we are going to plant a whole big plot of them! Here are photos of one I brought in today. She is pretty posing for a formal photo ... See more
I have lily of the valley encroaching on my other perennials,and bushes how can I get rid of some of it and keep it contained in the area I want it?
What are the best flowering plants for planting in the northern California mountains that will last from year to year?
I have lilies that have finished blooming and I want to move them to a different location. Should I let them die down and then move in the fall or would I be safe in ... See more
Hello my fellow gardeners,I have a climbing clemati, (not sure of the name) hopefully I’m able to post my picture of it. I bought it at a local nursery 6 years ago,... See more
Illinois weather consists of rain and snow, heavy winds and significant layers of leaves from nearby trees, and gardens.
I planted several perennials this fall and understand they don’t need watering after the ground freezes. However, we’ve had some days of 40-50 degrees weather. Sh... See more
I give them once a week water and once every other week African violet food
We can't produce any tomatoes without brown cracks. They look defective but still taste great after the brown is cut off. It wastes much of the tomatoe.Mary Lou