I purchased my first succulents and have ordered a concrete planter to plant them in. I ordered a special soil recommended for succulents and cactus. Now what do I ... See more
can anyone PLEASE tell me why my melon leaf looks like jelly fish in shape? thanks in advance!
-holes if quickly sealed? The chorline would kill or drive them away? Correct? Dantony632@optonline.net
I thought my aloe was just adjusting to winter but today I noticed on of its larger leaves has cracked close to the stem. I’m not sure if it should leave the cracke... See more
I live in zone 7, southern New Jersey, and a discoloration is forming on my elephant ears. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong? Could it be watering before 8 AM ... See more
Hihow I can make my plants clean and shinythanks
Can someone identify this for me? I was I was I initially excited thinking one of my perennials that I planted last year were really growing good...now I am thinking ... See more
My snake plant has been over watered. What is the best way to fix this?
I always put my houseplants outside for the summer but bring them in for the winter. whenever I bring them in I seem to get bugs all over my house. what can I do.
I'm moving into a new home in Nov after losing my home last Oct in the Calif wildfire the new house has a lot of light but i need plants that will live & not die in m... See more
I made 3 little holes, put some soil and planted two roots they are growing nicely.
I want to plant somethings in varied size pots for the area next to my front door. There is mostly sun and full sun in the afternoon. I would prefer something green, ... See more
The mint has taken over the flower bed.I don't want to kill my other plants.so,what can I do
this plant is like growing tumors underground, they look kinda like legs and they are huge there are more than one. It is a spider and it is in the same dirt I transp... See more
I want to know if there is anything I can do to have them bloom in the black and the pink colors that they have done for years (12 years for the pink one and 5 years ... See more
Our lot is pie shaped with our driveway at the narrow point. I'd like to plant a welcoming landscape but am stumped as to what plants to pick. Living on gulf coast we... See more
Hydrangea in garden is about 5 ft wide by 5ft high. Can I cut it back a lot and if so when and how? Thanks for any help.
I have a row of massive Pines growing near my home. We have typical Wisconsin clay soil. I would love to have either trillium or ferns growing underneath. Without spe... See more
they have mostly died from cold weather.i tried covered with towels an put on Patio, neither worked 👮♀️👮♀️👮😊😊�?!???,
I have no tiller so use a shovel to dig and turn my clay soil and add all my compose in and turn with pitch fork each turn. How long does ut take my clay to turn to ... See more
I had beautiful sweet potato plants last summer and they got huge. I don't know why but I thought they were perennial and I would have them again without any fuss. I ... See more
I have 5 in my backyard. They look super healthy but don't flower
Should I do it now - immediately, or in the spring, which would end up being early May.