I'm thinking of planting some bigger succulents I bought in my garden bed. Anything I need to be aware of?
Is this “orchid” mess still viable.? Any quick tips....no websites......for orchid success. I have purchased sooooo many....but have never had one rebloom. I ... See more
The spot that I am thinking of is not overly moist...I have some Astilbe there and they are doing great.
We had a company washing our house and windows last Friday and now this climbing hydrangea of mine is starting to die, though they're especially advertising their pro... See more
I've had this Clematis for about 10 years. Each fall I trim it down; each spring I guide it toward a series of wires for it to grow on. However, it always grows in an... See more
I have bought several succulents since last April, and I do t know what I’m doing wrong, but I can’t keep them alive. I mean come on, a succulent? I just can’t ... See more
When is the best time to prune roses and hydrangeas? Is it too late to prune them now?
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
I’m starting a garden and live Phoenix. What are some good things to plant that will survive their heat?
What is causing the leaves on these plans to be turning brown? To much water? Not enough water? To much sun? Not enough sun? I have no clue. Can anybody tell me? And... See more
Just received a Hibiscus for Mothers Day. Big beautiful yellow flowers. Live in AZ and its been in the upper 90s and 100s. Now the leaves are turning yellow, the big ... See more
Pr based several over the years
How can I keep my poinsettia plant alive, I know how to kill it each year, now I need to find a new way to save it.
I planted 8 trees but 2 died. They were all planted Spring of 2017. They All grew to different heights with some bearing fruit and others no Fruit. Planted in same ar... See more
So I know you need to bust up the clay and throw in a lot of organic materials when replanting. The rule of thumb is that the hole should be 3x the diameter of the ro... See more
Now that my plants leaves are dying back now what do I do with it? How to I let it “rest” and start it again?
No blooms all summer. Have 7 plants all about 6 feet tall. Very healthy foliage. What's wrong???
3 plants have been planted 3 years. NO blooms, barely growing.
I gave my mother a hydrangea 15-18 years ago, and it never bloomed. It would have beautiful leaves but no blossoms. There was no pruning, and no additional fertiliz... See more