A Google search identified it as a Persian buttercup, but the leaves are different. Similar images indicate it's some type of lily. Hoping the Hometalk community ca... See more
Hi I have about 10 hydrangeas, many different species. Oak leaf, lacecap, etc...this year I barely got any blooms on most of my plants with the oak leaf being the exc... See more
The plant is healthy as you can see, but those roots are taking up to much space. Anyone know if its ok to just snip them in half, not to get rid of them altogether.
My Mums last year didn't last very long in their pot. Are they better in the ground?
When should perennials be cut back and how low to the ground? Thank you
I have a beautiful flower garden and everyone loves my flower. But, I need a flower or plant that will give a wiff of fragrance.
I live in OK where it gets really hot & humid. I wanted to plant some perennials but also put down mulch . Which should I do first...mulch or plant flowers? Also c... See more
I want to build a beautiful flower garden. With marigolds to prevent mosquitos . We have sand as our ground .
I have a 1 year 4 month old Goldendoodle who has decided to be a gardener all of a sudden! He likes to eat pine cones, chews on roses (despite the thorns!), pulls up ... See more
I have wildflowers (a few) and lots of petunias, but this isn't enough. Does anyone know a plant that will grow up a pole like a butterfly bush? Do you recommend a bu... See more
What plants and flowers will give great flowers in spring or summer but also have great foliage color beyond the blooming period?
We are building a small retirement home and I need to know some easy maintenance perennials to grow? And any hints to use them in landscaping?
Please share your ideas. Thank you.
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?
If I have flowers in the ground then put paper and mulch on them will they come through all of that?
I live in Iowa, and have a hardy mum. Thinking about bringing it in this winter. Do I need to cut it back when I bring it in?