When should I repot a little succulent plan
Are they bugs of some sort? And what do I do about this? There’s white stuff and black tiny dots.
Every year this happens to my Hostas. I have tried putting beer in pans and that did not help and this year I am using something called Eliminator - slug and snail ki... See more
Several years ago I purchased a young lilac tree. It is now quite tall and healthy yet I have always only gotten a very small number of blooms. Is there anything I ... See more
I'd heard that it grows like crazy - tall and wide!! I have an area between a fence and the creek I'd like to put it and really just let it go nuts...has anyone grown... See more
My tulips come up every year but are just leaves, never flowers :-/
I am in Florida! Live on sandy soil! Gets sunshine and rain!
I have two red tip shrubs that were on each side of my front stoop when I moved here over 30 yrs ago. (N. Metro Atlanta) They've never looked great but now look reall... See more
I just got my first green house and have but three beds in it but am not sure what would be good to plant over this winter
My plant is full of This powdery white stuff and i dont want it to die. Please help.
What is causing the leaves on these plans to be turning brown? To much water? Not enough water? To much sun? Not enough sun? I have no clue. Can anybody tell me? And... See more
However, it's not and I want to trim it substantially. I'd prefer it not be over 6 ft. Can I successfully do that? If so, any hints as to the best way to accomplish 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
They are planted in front of the house, and the beds are covered with white stone. Any ideas?
We live in Northwest Louisiana. My squash plants grow really big and are so pretty. They will make a few squash, then they start to rot. Both the plant and the new... See more
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
Long Island, NY - growing zone
Trying to recycle some kitchen castoffs, and heard that used coffee grounds sprinkled in the garden soil are helpful for the plants.