I'm going to spray some weeds using a vinegar mix with salt and a drop of dish soap. Does anyone know how long I should wait after using this mixture before I plant ... See more
This is a tropical hibiscus tree in the greenhouse with insects. Is this spider mites? How to treat? Thx!
I put it in the dark last month and brought it out. It is VERY dry. I can’t seem to get either one to bloom?
I've tried putting 1 in the garage, but it died. I'm considering planting it in the ground and mulch it really well. What do I do?
Can anyone suggest a hardy shrub/plant that can be used in a hedge about 3ft tall, that can handle full sun in zone 9?I would like for the hedge to offer some type of... See more
Ever since I chopped off a too tall branch off my old yucca tree it has been growing but it “weeps” this sticky stuff that sprays everywhere! Any ideas how to sto... See more
Should you remove old mulch before putting down new mulch? If you are changing the color?
The leaves on my new grape plants are turning yellow. Am I watering them too much? I have never grown them before, so not sure how much to water. The instructions ... See more
This is my first time caring for orchid plants, and I'm not sure of the proper way to restart new growth. I've been given many advices, but not quite sure what's t... See more
I live in a desert area. Can anyone suggest plants I can pot to withstand intense heat? Some in full sun all day an some in partial day sun during day. I’ve potted ... See more
I received a nice Norfolk Pine tree as a Christmas present. We have two cats who like to snack on plants. Are Norfolk Pines poisonous to cats?
What plants can I put under this tree eo make a pretty garden under it! It’s by my front door
I know that you shouldn't store tomatoes in the fridge, but wha is the best countertop container to store them?
It is Feburary here in Arizona and my tomato (one,) seen to be growing and it is chlly here for the past few days. Can I start planting other vegetables? I did ask... See more
My two small hydrangeas haven't bloomed in three years. This year I did get one bloom. They are planted on a hill in a garden area and get sun.
I want something that will make it look fresh and neat and something that will last all spring/summer. This flower bed is new, so it is sparce and looks unfinished.
I have been using sheets, pillow cases, burlap, trash bags (held with clothes pins or wires), plus some buckets. But is there a product that is quicker and easier. I'... See more