I need help knowing what to do with my plant I've been lightly watering whenever the soil feels to dry this started happening after I switched the room it was in the ... See more
Spring is here!! And this is a serious eye sore!! I dont want to get rid of it. For privacy reasons...
I think this calla lily plant now has root rot from about a week of slight overwatering (you can see some of the stalks have turned yellow). What can i do now to help... See more
Hello everyone! I posted my poor succulent a while back. My question is since there is very little succulent dry dirt do I water it more often or stick to once a week... See more
I bought this mint plant from the farmers market about 3 weeks ago and it was bushy and thriving, but now it's leggy with brown stems. I bought neem oil to fight the ... See more
Blue Delphs are perennials that are tall, showy and come in the most vivid blue. Shades. The flowers are spikes and if you keep deadheading you could see blooms unti... See more
Over 30 yrs ago, shrubs were planted at the entrance to my subdivision (metro Atlanta) and for a while they were maintained well. We don't have an HOA so after a whil... See more
This plant is 2 years old. There are only a few branches left. Can these be replanted? Should I remove the dead stems?
Resurrection plant is all dried up. So what do I do with it now?
It's very healthy and green? Thank you
The branches are all weeping to one side and as a consequence, so is the entire tree! Also when and how much to I cut away? The leaves are beginning to fall.
I have a nice Japanese maple but the grass will not grow under it. what can I plant under it to make "It Cute"?...Thanks
We are finally moving out of our condo and into a single family home. I have always dreamed of being able to have a garden and a beautiful landscape to tend to. But I... See more
I purchased two last spring and new growth start out but don’t grow much. Exiting long leave are so thin and with n days they are folding over soon to turn yellow! ... See more
The mint has taken over the flower bed.I don't want to kill my other plants.so,what can I do
Hydrangea in garden is about 5 ft wide by 5ft high. Can I cut it back a lot and if so when and how? Thanks for any help.
I live in Pennsylvania & love hummingbirds & butterflies.I am looking to plant a bush that will attract both to my back yard.Thank you.
We have some beautiful blue Hydrangias but the old flowers do not look good. The plant is thriving but I am worried the old flowers will drain energy from the plant. ... See more
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
Live in Florida and want to plant Christmas poinsettias. Are Christmas potted poinsettias grown in a hothouse? What can I do to make them grow in the ground outside m... See more