I know this is out of the question for some people, but it is becoming a big deal in California as well as a few other states. Lots of people buying land in the warme... See more
Hello, can anyone tell me the best way to propagate a branch from the Forsythia?
I have a Kalanchoe plant, in a pot. I want it to grow even better next year (I have had it for 1.5 yrs. Should I prune it and what should I do to it?
Wow I had the best hydrangea flowers this season . Big beautiful blue blooms for weeks. Now they are dead and faded and look sloppy very sloppy. Over 100 dead flowers... See more
Hello everyone! I posted my poor succulent a while back. My question is since there is very little succulent dry dirt do I water it more often or stick to once a week... See more
I thought my aloe was just adjusting to winter but today I noticed on of its larger leaves has cracked close to the stem. I’m not sure if it should leave the cracke... See more
Its getting brown spots and dead leaves
My snake plant has been over watered. What is the best way to fix this?
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 have two red tip shrubs that were on each side of my front stoop when I moved here over 30 yrs ago. (N. Metro Atlanta) They've never looked great but now look reall... See more
I have a jade plant that was given to me from my brother. This cut from my moms original plant after she past away as a momorial to her. I already transplanted it in... See more
What types of flowering/seasonal plants can take the cool to winter months in NC
I made 3 little holes, put some soil and planted two roots they are growing nicely.
I cut the top off two plate size echieverias and laid them on the patio table in the shade. About 4-5 days later I repotted them, I mixed cactus/succulent soil with ... See more
What can we do to bring it back to what it once was.
I was told that if I get a spider plant start to just put it in a pot of dirt and then cover it with about an inch of dirt. Nothing is happening...why??
Our community has just begun paying a water bill so I would appreciate knowing which container plants will take the least amount of water on hot days.
I have tried a couple of times to grow Morning Glories and Moon flowers for my deck. They are supposed to be easy, but mine have not turned out. I want them to grow a... See more