The edges of my calathea are turning brown - what can I do to fix it?
For the fall and winter should straw be removed from under strawberry plants? I live in central Louisiana. The straw was put under plants to keep strawberries off the... See more
I live on the Houston Gulf Coast and recent cold has just about decimated my potted hibiscus. I put them on the covered porch and wrapped up in blankets. This is an ... See more
I’m wondering if I should cut down the middle to make 2 ? I do not see any other obvious buds , besides the 3 .
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 have this plant near a window it does get water about ones a moth, the bottom leaves are falling , they turn a between light yellow, soft, beige colour and shruble,... See more
The new growth is shriveled, I don't see any bugs, like aphids . The tree I planted two years ago and have followed directions of fertilizing , watering , etc.
What is causing the leaves on these plans to be turning brown? To much water? Not enough water? To much sun? Not enough sun? I have no clue. Can anybody tell me? And... See more
We have one honey bee hive & are planning to set up another near it. My son put in a retaining wall on a slope near our hive & as soon as we can get soil to fill in ... 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.
My thyme started getting these brown/Black dots all over all the leaves. The whole plant is affected. Can it be saved? Is it safe to eat?
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 love it and want to give some plants to a friend. Thanks!!!
I have one tree that produces fruit. Can I take the pits and grow my own trees? I have heard that the pits must be frozen for some time or they won't grow! Can someon... See more
I was told that Nasturtiums were quite tasty. Is this true?
What are the best perennials that I could plant in my high shade front yard. Something that does not need too much tending. Thank you
Mine get direct sun until afternoon. They are on the bottom tier in a two-tiered bed installed by a landscape firm. I planted though. I tried limelight but late last... See more
4 two yrs I plant flowers in garden they die in a wk Is there acid in soil Do I need to put lime in soil. How can I test soil on what is going on I have 2 boxwood pl... See more
I gave my mother a hydrangea 15-18 years ago, and it never bloomed. It would have beautiful leaves but no blossoms. There was no pruning, and no additional fertiliz... See more