When is the proper time to transplant gladiola bulbs in central florida
Looking for info about peonies.
The plants look very healthy but I have no flowers. Usually I have lots of flowers by now.
How do I take care of my indoor Tulip plant once the flowers die & the leaves turn brown @ the tips...?Thanks for any advice...-Rose Lou-RoseLou28@gmail.com
CAN I TRIM OFF DRY ENDS TO PROMOTE GROWTH?
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 recently put in a new flower garden with a variety of perennials that I am hoping come up stronger next year. Are there any special steps that I should take in ord... See more
How do I keep squirrels from digging up my newly planted bulbs?
I have all of my roses in pots and would love to put the in the ground in one location. When is the best time of year to do this
I have lilies that have finished blooming and I want to move them to a different location. Should I let them die down and then move in the fall or would I be safe in ... See more
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
Please help I don't know what to do neighborhood cats are using my flower bed gardens as a litter box any recommendations that really work. I've tried moth balls and ... See more
And what to fertilize peonies with naturally?
What type of flower can be planted and will bloom in early summer and will climb on a trellis?
Receive about 7 hours of sun, spaced well. East & west exposure. Live in northeast
They have some dead branches and are very leggy. Is it ok to cut them to about 1 foot in height and cover for our Michigan winter and they can get a fresh start in ... See more
We planted three tomato plants this spring. They grew beautifully with lush greenery and lots of tomatoes and blooms. All of sudden one morning the vines wilted an... See more
I purchased this confederate rose last year at a plant sale and it looked great last year but did not bloom. This year it barely has any leaves. Do I need to feed it ... See more
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.
Is there a way I can use seeds from these dead Giant Hibiscus Flowers to germinate new plants next season?
Giant Hibiscus: Curious that when a flower opens, then closes/dies, can you use it for seeds to germinate to grow new plants?
Does anyone know of a Lilac that will grow in the humid climate of Zone 9.......aka Houston, TX??