It has taken over everywhere-raspberry patch too!!
Plant has curved over. Need help in straightening it out.
I want to bring my large coleous plant inside the house. How hard will it be to maintain. I’ve read it is possible...just not sure!!!
What types of flowering/seasonal plants can take the cool to winter months in NC
When is the best time to divide hosta plants? All of mine are in planters not in the ground. Thanks
The new growth is shriveled, I don't see any bugs, like aphids . The tree I planted two years ago and have followed directions of fertilizing , watering , etc.
Spots on leaves then they get almost translucent appearances
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
its about 3-4 feet tall and wide. It has tons of beautiful tiny pink flowers. It’s in my tree line I plan on trimming back and think about keeping it.
I need to buy some new containers for my balcony in which to grow tomatoes. Any recommendations as to size and material? Also how do I provide drainage that won't dri... See more
this plant is like growing tumors underground, they look kinda like legs and they are huge there are more than one. It is a spider and it is in the same dirt I transp... See more
Do I need to cut this down to the base ? I’d like to get rid of all the dead strands ,but do I need to pull each strand individually?
I’d like to bring more bees/ butterflies to my yard. Looking to plant some new items that will help them flourish. I’m in Pennsylvania.
This would be in the northern climate like in Ontario.
I have a row of massive Pines growing near my home. We have typical Wisconsin clay soil. I would love to have either trillium or ferns growing underneath. Without spe... See more
My hydrangeas have not bloomed for the last three summers. I like to dry them and it has been disappointing. Plus, I found out this fall that deer like the leaves... See more