Got the amaryllis a year ago Christmas in a boxed kit and it did show a temporary bloom but not the following Christmas. I know its dormant now, but still grows lo... See more
For the fall and winter should straw be removed from under strawberry plants? I live in central Louisiana. The straw was put under plants to keep strawberries off the... See more
These two are taking over my yard and nothing stops them. I can only pull them out by the roots but, of course, that really doesn't help. Right now, I can't redo my w... See more
I planted a cactus garden this summer. We have mild winters here in the central coast of CA. but we do get frost with occasional temperatures below 30 deg. I’ve use... See more
My mother has a large day lily flower bed, but a lot of the plants have either died or got pulled up or got sprayed with Round-up. I would like to move the ones left... See more
I tried climbing roses and they didn't live.
I live in a desert area. Can anyone suggest plants I can pot to withstand intense heat? Some in full sun all day an some in partial day sun during day. I’ve potted ... See more
I was told that if I get a spider plant start to just put it in a pot of dirt and then cover it with about an inch of dirt. Nothing is happening...why??
How do I decide what to do with our Ti Hawaiian plants that were really damaged by the freezing temps in central Florida rhis year? Do I see if they'll come back or... See more
My lawn guy has fertilized, fed, and even laid more squares of fresh grass. that to died eventually. I do water. if there is a worm or something that is eating the... See more
I love to plant these and eat the produce, but they spread so much, I would like to find a way to contain them so that they do not spread into my other plants and yar... See more
My poor Hydranga has never bloomed..it got nice and big and the leaves are great but I get these nasty looking dried flower heads...It gets some morning, early aftern... See more
Should I do it now - immediately, or in the spring, which would end up being early May.
Rooting in water is iffy at best, any other ideas?