It grows from compost, berries are not very sweet. I am adding some pictures.
The leaves are curling downwards in some areas look like they might be turning brown. This is my first blueberry plant, would be very grateful for some advice.
Hello,My husband and I are looking to make our own tinctures and mint candies. To save time we'd like to clone our mint plants instead of buying seeds. I read about h... See more
I bought and reported 2 at the same time. One is doing great but the other is droopy and floppy. How do I make it strong with firm leaves?
So, I went to Lowe's to find out why and buy something else but the woman who knows all about plants wasn't there. My only "helper" was a young guy who clearly knew n... See more
House these succulents, as when the weather turns below about 10 degrees C / 50 degrees F, they need a home inside, and my wife regards them as Triffids!These were ea... See more
These two are taking over my yard and nothing stops them. I can only pull them out by the roots but, of course, that really doesn't help. Right now, I can't redo my w... See more
I just purchased a fig leaf plant - and would like to know how to care for it - should I mist it etc?They are very expensive and I don't want to watch it slowly die?T... See more
Hello I am having a problem with my avocado plant it took me 6 out of 1 and the one served on summer it did great the weather got cold so I brought it in now the leav... See more
I have beautiful big windows in my bedroom, what type of plants do better indoors but with a lot of sunlight?
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
What types of flowering/seasonal plants can take the cool to winter months in NC
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
My perennials never come back for a second year, and it's getting really expensive to buy perennials that last only one year.
What are some bug repellent plants and the least expensive way to put them around the yard/garden area? Can they grow on the fence lining the pool?
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
I have a 5 yr old "limelight" hydrangea that gets lots of flowers but the florets never open. What can I do?
Long Island, NY - growing zone
I have several Hydrangeas' including a lace-cap and some ever blooming ones. We had a pretty harsh winter in western new York, so I think maybe this has something to... See more