I have couple of young lilac trees on the back yard of which one has got powdery fluffy stuff on some branches and not sure what I'm dealing with here, mildew? Fungus... See more
Does anyone know the cause of my healthy looking tomato plants not producing flowers? I see no insects..water as needed (they're in huge containers) and plenty of af... See more
I know this is out of the question for some people, but it is becoming a big deal in California as well as a few other states. Lots of people buying land in the warme... See more
Over the summer my gardenia was outside and doing great..I brought it inside and it's not doing so well. I'm in NJ ..I thought I over watered first because leaves wer... See more
I have been trying for awhile with no success.
I'm thinking of planting some bigger succulents I bought in my garden bed. Anything I need to be aware of?
What can I use in this planter as filler,so I don’t have to use so much stones & make my succulent-arrangement HEAVY
I want to make my headges grow leaves and coverage closer to the ground, not sure if I should trim and they will automatically grow closer to the ground or do I have ... 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
Last year i lost all my pretty impatiens one after another. Was thrilled to hear there's a disease resistant variety and bought 5 colours. And then,this one just wilt... See more
i have four hedges in front of my house blocking the windows. I trimmed one and then used a chain saw to cut it down To root. Is there an easy Way to remove roots or ... See more
I really want to have raised beds for fruits and veggies, and herbs but don’t know what type of soil is needed and when to plant. Thanks so much. Denise
It is potted in a sunny spot and gets enough water.Thanks for your help.
It came from my father-in-laws house which we no longer have in the family. This is the first summer that it seems to be really thriving. We will be moving it to a h... See more
Currently it is a large flower bed with 2 inch mulch of cedar chips. How and with what should I amend the soil? Do I need to remove the bark chips first or can I just... See more
My hydrangea bush is looking very unhealthy. I normally let the flowers die off, but should I cut it right back,and if so, when
The leaves of my orchids look dry and brown, some of them are starting to bloom but the leaves dont look very healthy! help