It looks like my lavender plant is not coming back this season. Any suggestions on what I could do to try and revive it? I’m having the same problem with the roseb... See more
Needless to say they changed an awful color. I got rid of the mulch and I’m wondering if they will come back to their blue color.
I live in zone 7 ( I think) New Hampshire. Do I have to cut my peonies back or just let them do their thing on their own.Carolyn of New Hampshire
I am planning on moving in with some friends and I would like to plant flowers that coming up every year. Things like roses, and bulbs.
What types of plants will tolerate 8-10hrs of sunshine in window box without having to water daily?
What colorful flowers and plants can I plant in my yard that will survive the heat of Peoria, Arizona.
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
Illinois weather consists of rain and snow, heavy winds and significant layers of leaves from nearby trees, and gardens.
here's what I mean in this photo of the large tamotoes. Thanks
I grew up in the city and never planted flowers before, believe it or not, now live in house with a small lawn and would like to plant flowers - any suggestions for s... See more
I have a huge sweet pea vine that is taking over my climbing roses. Is it possible to transplant and if so when. I live in central Illinois. Thanks for any help yo... See more
I used to have these gorgeous plants in New Hampshire and I want to try potting and planting them in Florida in a shady area. Can I get hostas in Florida or order the... See more
I have used mulch in my flower beds in the past, but have learned that it can draw ants and termites. I don't like stones or plastic, what are my options for a clean ... See more
I bought some flower and herb seeds that I never used. Is there a way to store them for next yr, so I don't let my $ go to waste?
What flowers could replace impatiens since they were stricken with some disease last year in Connecticut.
Impatiens won't even be sold in Connecticut this year. I don't know what to plant to replace them! I've been planting impatiens for 40 years and my grandmother had th... See more