As I was pruning one of my Knock Out rose bush, I notices it has grown a stem filled with thorns and the leaves are bushy instead of 5 leaf structure. What does thi... See more
Squirrels are spreading them everywhere and it is illegal to see the wood from Walnut trees in East TN. I have tried stump killer and rock salt but this failed to ki... See more
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
What is wrong with my succulent? It seems to be happy since it has grown so long and is sprouting off at the base. I'm not sure what the white part in the middle is o... See more
This past Spring I bought the Encore Azelea plant and for some reason after repotting it all i get is brown tips showing and rarely any new growth. Its still 'alive',... See more
I have a spider plant that has very long leaves. So long it is making the leaves flop over the sides of the pot so you can see the center of the plant. It is not root... See more
I’d like to know if these will eventually grow any roots. If so how long will it take before I see any roots ? Right now I have them in water.
Caliche, baked “soil”, scorching hot temperatures and velocirapter 🦖 deer roam wild. Any suggestions?
I would like to use your idea of the apple cider vinegar and epsom salts. What should the mix quantities be ? , and should I use organic apple cider or inorganic appl... See more
I have started a Garden Club in our area and we are doing a basic how to workshop. I am looking for very short easy to do ideas that can be easily accomplished in a 1... See more
Over the years I have planted bitter melon vines in my garden. Although the vegetable is bitter and might not be enjoyed by many, I have come to like it a lot. The se... See more
I want to set up a cactus garden in my backyard and need ideas. i have a prickly pear that blooms yellow flowers.
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
It came from my father-in-laws house which we no longer have in the family. This is the first summer that it seems to be really thriving. We will be moving it to a h... See more
What are the best perennials that I could plant in my high shade front yard. Something that does not need too much tending. Thank you
I have been told to never trim my hydrangeas. Is this correct?
I bought this beautiful hydrangea in May. It gave me beautiful blooms, but beginning of August it just kinda "died". I know it's not dead since I tried to remove it a... See more