How do I root the stems of a bouquet of roses so they can be planted? I read somewhere about putting them in wet newspaper.
I have been offered some beautiful iris plants, zone 7b. Googled but am looking for real experience with transplanting (when) and caring for them. TY
The beautiful aroma has also lessened greatly!
I am putting pavers down in garden to prevent weeding, too much for my back, I have a lot of gladiolus and daffodils and want to save them. If i transplant them now ... See more
I am looking for attractive perennial flowers that can handle shade. I want to plant in between perennial leafy plants around base of tree. Any suggestions of somethi... See more
should I turn over the soil? I have a wildflower section every year and not sure if it is better to turn over the soil or just top off with compost.
Planted flowers from seeds, they've come up but their tall and thin. They have two leads so far but I'm hoping they fill out (like the plants from stores). Any sugges... See more
How to grow a red, trailing mandavilla in zone 11, west coast tropics of Mexico...full sun or part sun? I’ve not had luck trying to grow the red one for the last fe... See more
I have a beautiful flower garden and everyone loves my flower. But, I need a flower or plant that will give a wiff of fragrance.
I have a rock wall (boulders) and I laid down landscape fabric at the top to prevent weeds, grass from growing. I have various perennials planted but I'm losing the ... See more
I have a concrete planter about 6 feet long below a similar sized picture window, and would like to establish some type of perennial flowers in it. I'm thinking perh... See more
Any idea what they are? The red is more vibrant than it seems in these photos.
Exactly WHERE do you prune the dead flower stems - at the base of the flower, leaving the 'hip', below the 'hip', or at the bottom most part of the flower stem (pruni... See more
I had some strong "plastic" decorative edging between my flowers and the public pathway on the verge. Unfortunately somebody tramped it all down and destroyed some of... See more
i have 2 rose bushes that don't bloom very long. I see other rose bushes blooming much longer
We can't produce any tomatoes without brown cracks. They look defective but still taste great after the brown is cut off. It wastes much of the tomatoe.Mary Lou
Also, any suggestions for a flower bed plan...which flower to plant with another flower. Thanks for any info.
I had a dead patch of grass left from a trampoline and did not want to replant grass . So I put in a pole, and planted six clematis at the base to climb up. Here's my... See more