So I was repotting my succulents yesterday because it hasn't been done in over a year and this guy was the only one that didn't make it. I have no idea what kind it i... See more
Is it ok to use terra cotta pot when repotting monkey cups?
Mine have frown out of the shells I had them in and I did this using sand. I’ve never had air plants before and can not find anything about supporting them up in sa... See more
I have heard that I should thin out the plants. If so, how do I know which ones to remove? Any other tips and suggestions are appreciated. My plants are in a raised b... See more
I have a plant that belongs to my mother before she passed away. I have struggled to keep it online for the past 5 years but I have managed. her spirit lives within i... See more
The tallest one is about 3 ft high. It lost all the leave a few months ago, but I believed it was still alive & would come back. It did & now has 7-8 leaves at top. T... See more
What causes the tips of houseplants to turn brown and curl up?
The lilies are bulbs so maybe like tulips they have to stay until October or November? The asters are blooming now. So cool! Thanks!
There is a time when I can collect the persimmons off my tree and they can be used for a wonderful pie, but, if I wait too long, things go "REALLY SOUR"; pun intende... See more
Rose bushes. Gardenia hydrangeas hosta clematis
I’m new homeowner I. Myrtle Beach SC what plants and low maintenance
I received a nice Norfolk Pine tree as a Christmas present. We have two cats who like to snack on plants. Are Norfolk Pines poisonous to cats?
We received this beautiful plant as a gift, but I have no clue what it is called or how to take care of it.Any Hometalkers out there know? Much appreciated!
We are in February and it is blooming now but doesn't have any leaves on it.
I have been using sheets, pillow cases, burlap, trash bags (held with clothes pins or wires), plus some buckets. But is there a product that is quicker and easier. I'... See more