This must have been a "bonus" . I think it is a hellebore . I would like to cut the long stems with only leaves at the end. Any harm in doing that ? Then replant in ... See more
Hi, I have never seen this occur on this plant before. These ‘beads’ turn yellow and then fall off. Any input or info to share?
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
What can I use in this planter as filler,so I don’t have to use so much stones & make my succulent-arrangement HEAVY
When do I prune down my roses for the winter? I live in the Philadelphia are.
These are perennials that were in my garden when I moved in. I believe they’re all herbs. What do you think they are? (Green beans added for a sense of scale). Than... See more
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
My apple tree is 6 years old and this is the first year it has produced fruit, but also the first year that the tree seems to be sick. The fruit has black spots and s... See more
It is potted in a sunny spot and gets enough water.Thanks for your help.
Has anyone ever seen this happen? My rose bush has a ton of leaves. No buds yet but it is still early in the season here. It did have afids but application of neem oi... See more
I have several doing well but, one is scraggly with only a few leaves and no blooms.
Im planting in a upright pallet planter and my space is limited. I plan on puting lettuce, chives, peas, peppers and tomatoes and such. Which would grow best by each ... See more
The mulch I purchased last year had mushroom like things growing out of it. What is that?
Is it hard to get the plant to grow stems on the inside of the plant? So far, the plant is growing on the left and the right sides--looking good though.
Each year I re-seed my tiny back yard grass, loosen the soil, fertilize, water, etc. The grass grows and thrives for a couple of months then thins and dies, by the fa... See more