Had first flowers this year. Took 8 yrs. from pot to ground. Getting to wide & tall for my patio area. Afraid if I trim it back this fall, it will take another 8 year... See more
I this week purchased a case with 8 succulents. The store did not have the soil that I needed so I had to order it. It will be several days before it is delivered. ... See more
Bought this about a week ago thought I could work with it as far as getting it healthy again. I see little improvement. Can you tell me if its dying or if it still ha... See more
I live in zone 7, southern New Jersey, and a discoloration is forming on my elephant ears. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong? Could it be watering before 8 AM ... See more
Can anyone suggest the type of plant to use betwen large pavers as in the photto attached? Something that's hardy and doesn't need mowing or high maintenance. Humid, ... See more
The boxes are each 24" to 30" long and about 7" deep and 7" wide. I have 7 boxes. Is one plant for each box enough?
I have 2 Hibiscus plants in pots & I KNOW they are rootbound but I cannot find any bigger pots without spending hundreds of $$. Is there anything I can to do that I ... See more
I have huge Kimberly Queen ferns that I will cry when they get frost bit and are gone.
I have put most of my plants in pots this last spring, and put rock in the flower beds, I like the look but do I need to bring them in, maybe the garage or covered ba... See more
I purchased two last spring and new growth start out but don’t grow much. Exiting long leave are so thin and with n days they are folding over soon to turn yellow! ... See more
I was just wondering on how I could have color during the winter, outside other than add holiday decorations.
Many of it's leaves are turning brown and dying. I transplanted it into a large enough pot and keep the soil moist. I can't figure out why this is happening.
I want to know if I dug up the smaller ones will I have a chance of them making it to transplant them
I bought young annuals and veg. plants, how warm does night temp have to be.
I have a very shaded area. I would like to plant Perennials in our flower beds. I would like to know which plants would be good in a shady garden in my area.
We live in Northwest Louisiana. My squash plants grow really big and are so pretty. They will make a few squash, then they start to rot. Both the plant and the new... See more
I had beautiful sweet potato plants last summer and they got huge. I don't know why but I thought they were perennial and I would have them again without any fuss. I ... See more
It is Feburary here in Arizona and my tomato (one,) seen to be growing and it is chlly here for the past few days. Can I start planting other vegetables? I did ask... See more
Michigan climate; it’s planted by my garage in sandy soil and faces the east;