Looking for a natural way to fertilize inpatients and flowering potted plants.
Is it best to plant this ‘baby’ lilac in the ground, keep it in the planter outside or do I need to bring it in out of the cold?We are in zone 7.
I'm new to homeowning and trying to make a cute autumn home but am curious about Mums. Do they over-winter and bloom in the following fall again? Or are they just a o... See more
I've had this rosebush for 3-4 yrs and did great the first 2 years. Always trimmed it back before winter. Last year only got 3-4 blossoms. This year not one blossom y... See more
Any idea what they are? The red is more vibrant than it seems in these photos.
I planted marigolds the first year we bought our house. They bloomed that year but have never bloomed since. Any ideas?
The internet says the soil needs aluminum sulphate to keep hydranges blue. Will epsom salts do the trick, or do I need to go out and actually buy aluminum sulphate?
We recently moved from Indiana to Florida because our kids and grandkids were all living in FL. I love Lilac bushes and had a lot of beautiful ones. Does anyone know ... See more
The bushes are very full and green but no flowers
Haven’t bloomed for years, would like to try a better area In yard
We live in North West Minnesota and we have sandy soil. What kind of flowers, annuals or perennial could I plant with nice color.
Have had a terrible time getting plants established, much less flourish. Outside of hosta and ivy, little has survived. Is there anything that flowers that thrives ... See more
My daughters wedding is scheduled for June 24th and she wants tons of colorful wildflowers, but we live in Northern Colorado. Help!
My teen daughter had a pet mouse for a couple of years. The little creature was greatly loved. After the pet became quite weak, we had to have her put down. My daught... See more
How to get rid of St John's Wort for good?!
I mistakenly snapped a piece of my Trusty Rusty Coleus and now trying to propagate it. It is a pretty long stem so I took all the leaves off except for what you see a... See more