would like flowering plant or bush lasting spring, summer, fall if possible, live in SC, humid, sunny warm
I have just bought some succulents, and I see many people saying to buy grow lights if I'm going to place them indoors. What are some suggestions? I have a bit of a b... See more
I love in the N.E., can I oversized my hanging Boston ferns in my garage?
For the fall and winter should straw be removed from under strawberry plants? I live in central Louisiana. The straw was put under plants to keep strawberries off the... See more
Just wondering what happened to my Gojiberry plant leaves and how to fix it?
I bought this mint plant from the farmers market about 3 weeks ago and it was bushy and thriving but now it's leggy with brown stems. How can I revive it??
Hello,My husband and I are looking to make our own tinctures and mint candies. To save time we'd like to clone our mint plants instead of buying seeds. I read about h... See more
Our TV room sounds very hollow because there are no curtains or fabric covered furniture. Would indoor plants make any difference?
i am planning to try something different with my garden this year. I would like to know what type of green perennial plants I can use that don’t grow too tall. Some... See more
I am in Florida! Live on sandy soil! Gets sunshine and rain!
Spots on leaves then they get almost translucent appearances
does anyone know what this is? It’s coming up all through my beds. It’s about 6 inches tall.
spots on it when I try to grow basil. Any idea why? And when I use the basil, do these spots have to be removed?
I have several doing well but, one is scraggly with only a few leaves and no blooms.
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!
The first frost has happened and the dead flowers are still there. Should I wait till spring to touch them?
The mulch I purchased last year had mushroom like things growing out of it. What is that?