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
So one of the first things I did when I moved into my first home was buy 2 fig trees. I'm not sure why I wanted them so bad but I did. They have been in big pots an... See more
I have a miracle grow “pour and feed single”
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
I planted a loquat tree six years ago when I moved here to Hinesville, GA. The past three years it has put on blossoms & tiny fruits but they dry up before reaching m... See more
Thanks to everyone for your helpful answers about transplanting Hostas ! I was just wondering if there is anyway of just by looking at them, to tell if they are all g... See more
Can anyone suggest a hardy shrub/plant that can be used in a hedge about 3ft tall, that can handle full sun in zone 9?I would like for the hedge to offer some type of... See more
Do dwarfs blueberry bushes lose their leaves during winter months?
I was cutting away a tree that had somehow been in the pot when I bought a camellia bush about 4 yrs ago. The accidental plant had grown to be at least 12 ft tall but... See more
I want to plant somethings in varied size pots for the area next to my front door. There is mostly sun and full sun in the afternoon. I would prefer something green, ... See more
I have burning bushes lining my back of the house that have been there for many, many, many years, but have only turned red every now and then and only on the tips. I... See more
Our house is located on a corner lot in our development and has full sun all day. I would like suggestions for plants that will survive in the hot summer sun. Any h... See more
This small "PINK" blossom is the first bloom this year, October 11th!!! Every other year it is filled with large "BLUE" blossoms!!!
When and how deep do I plant them in the yard. Live in Arizona.