Last years plant was outside all summer, brought it inside and watered it and the leaves are growing but I don't know if it will flower
I’ve heard that you can change the colors of hydrangeas by using baking soda. Do you know about this?
I bought several marigold plants this spring and after the first bloom, they just put out greenery. One has basically exploded with leaves, but not a sign of any mor... See more
Full sun - zone 9 Thanks,
I failed to cut my knock-out roses back in February
I live un Tahiti where thé weather IS hot and humide .
In past I have tipped rose bush on side, covered roots and stem with dirt for winter. Is this the same with traditional rose bushes?
My fushia plant is going to seed. I would like to know how to prepare the seeds for growing new plants. I have tried in the past and failed terribly.
small flower garden with a kitty poop, it has nonthing growing in it now how do a clean out the cat poop to get ready for spring !
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
Has anyone here ever tried to or had luck with restarting grocery store produce such as onions,celery,cabbage,etc.that has a root end? I have seen articles about cutt... See more
I cannot get anything to grow because of all the needles. We have very hot weather. Thank-you!:-)
My grandma grew peonies in Sleeper, MO . She passed away when I was 6 but I remember her lovely flowers and reading "Black Beauty" to me.
The spent blooms are dead on their stalks now, so do I let the stalk die off or cut it back?
Does anyone know where I can obtain milk weed seeds? I would like to have the plants in my yard for the butterflies. Thank you.
Does anyone know of a Lilac that will grow in the humid climate of Zone 9.......aka Houston, TX??
Does anyone have a recipe for a non-toxic spray for my flowers and shrubs to defer my dog from urinating on them, homemade or store bought!