Hello,Can someone tell me how to propogate succulents? my succulents and I just found out that I can grow new ones from the old ones. That is SOOOO cool! Just one pro... See more
My neighbors elm tree has grown into my lilac bush sort of bending the bush sideways, it is killing it on the one side where the tree is overtaking it.
I have ONE Sungold cherry tomato plant that has been attacked. Leaves are yellow and there are small delicate spider webs ON TOP and between the leaves (not under the... See more
I have been given permission to dig up shoots from the lilac bushes on my grandparents old farm. These bushes have been on that hillside for over 60 years. She mentio... See more
How do I divide an elephant ear plant that has several plants growing from main bulb. How do I store over winter?
I have a spider plant that has very long leaves. So long it is making the leaves flop over the sides of the pot so you can see the center of the plant. It is not root... See more
How do I make leaf shine? My plants are looking dull. Thanks
I have beautiful big windows in my bedroom, what type of plants do better indoors but with a lot of sunlight?
I have brought in my plants from outside indoors any suggestions on what to put under them for drainage I really don’t like those plasti ones
I have bought several succulents since last April, and I do t know what I’m doing wrong, but I can’t keep them alive. I mean come on, a succulent? I just can’t ... See more
This is from my father's memorial...I would water it when it started to droop. A week ago, it wouldn't come back so I tried to transplant it. I found the roots to ... See more
I planted individual hosta plants. My husband watered them with the hose on full force. Now they are wilted. How can I get them back standing up as when first pla... See more
I received a nice Norfolk Pine tree as a Christmas present. We have two cats who like to snack on plants. Are Norfolk Pines poisonous to cats?
I have a spider plant that I used to start new little plants from but the plants I started don’t have any “babies” growing. The plants are at least 2 years old... See more
Not sure if it's because I am so frugal or if it is my sentimentality towards owning cuts from my husband's grandfathers farm that are over 100 years old. But every y... See more
This small "PINK" blossom is the first bloom this year, October 11th!!! Every other year it is filled with large "BLUE" blossoms!!!
We have these tiny button sized rose bushes and I need to know if I prune them or not.