A neighbour gave me a small lilac bush about 4 years ago. It has been growing well but still has no blooms. What do I need to do to encourage blooms?
I was giving a tulip plant as a gift, it has died but I’m waiting to plant the bulbs outside. When is a good time to do that?
I bought a lavender plant and was told that I needed to keep it in the sun. I have been, but the sun eventually killed it, burnt it almost, but something else that I ... See more
I usually dig up my cannas and dalias. Was told I could cover with leaves or mulch and not dig them up. Can I do this? thanks
Prune my hydrangea. It bore no flowers this year
Hi! I just purchased a home recently and the front and back yard has so much potential. There’s pre-existing plants in the yard but I don’t know what’s what. I... See more
My aunt is getting rid of some lilac bushes and trees that were my grandmothers I really want them to thrive when I plant them. Help not to kill them.
What type of flower can be planted and will bloom in early summer and will climb on a trellis?
What colorful flowers and plants can I plant in my yard that will survive the heat of Peoria, Arizona.
I need help w my camellia bush! HELP!
Must take full sun AND be deer and rabbit repellent. The animals are eating my portalucas and everything else we plant even when we spay repellent.
The leaves on my rose bush had spots and were turning yellow. I pruned away all the dead leaves and sprinkled Seven dust on the bush. The flowers bloom beautifully bu... See more
I would like to grow a climbing rose on a chain link fence. One side of the yard is in full sun and the other in afternoon shade. What varieties would be best?
This plant was found behind my garage-it came from no where. I'm having behind the garage cleared out today. Do you think I can transplant it?
If I have flowers in the ground then put paper and mulch on them will they come through all of that?
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