It grows from compost, berries are not very sweet. I am adding some pictures.
We have a big beautiful Magnolia tree in our yard that my Mother planted 28 years ago. Mom has since passed away and we are selling our house now. Would love to have ... See more
I have a large spider plant with lots of “babies” with dying leaves. There are too many to repot so what do I do I hate to just pull them off and throw them awa... See more
Earthworms are good for Potted plant, if bad, why bad. many home gardener use vermicompost fertilizer instead of chemical fertilizer, Eathworm first populate cause of... See more
I am back from a winter in Florida and these are how my two hibiscus look....I have a couple of new green leaves coming, what do I do now? Thanks
All of the stalks have died.
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 have 2 Hibiscus plants in pots & I KNOW they are rootbound but I cannot find any bigger pots without spending hundreds of $$. Is there anything I can to do that I ... See more
Last spring I noticed two of my younger shrubs were not doing very well. Living in zone 7, we did not have a particularly harsh or mild winter. I kept waiting for i... See more
I planted my gift MUM in a basket . Will it be ok?..Thanks
This plant has been in my shop for years. Now its starting it’s new leaves dying. Help!
Is it too early to spread grass seed in some bare lawn spots. I am in SE Mich.
It is Feburary here in Arizona and my tomato (one,) seen to be growing and it is chlly here for the past few days. Can I start planting other vegetables? I did ask... See more
My bushes are getting to tall and need to be trimmed down. I live in Michigan.
Each year I re-seed my tiny back yard grass, loosen the soil, fertilize, water, etc. The grass grows and thrives for a couple of months then thins and dies, by the fa... See more
We have just purchased a home in the Pacific NW. I love flowers, birds, and vegetable gardens. We want to have a garden that is inviting to birds, butterflies and l... See more