I have a snake plant, (or mother-in-law‘s tongue) as I was taught it is. This plant has been passed down through my family for over 100 years by pieces is being giv... See more
Older ,established lilac bushes.
Every year this happens to my Hostas. I have tried putting beer in pans and that did not help and this year I am using something called Eliminator - slug and snail ki... See more
2nd Season in a ROW! Squash plants growing large and healthy leaves and the stems near the roots are looking healthy and turning dark green, getting flowers that grow... See more
I just got my first green house and have but three beds in it but am not sure what would be good to plant over this winter
I fell in love with the Smoke Bush this year so put two in my rock garden. I put them in in May and they are getting very leggy. One more than the other. When I put t... See more
any suggestions for heat tolerable flowered plants. Wanting to plant in my front yard but the heat is off the walls at 105 degrees. Any suggestions?
Is this dead or going thru a process?
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?
I live in a high mountain valley desert where we are in drought conditions more often than not. I would like to do my yard in perennials. I work crazy long hours in t... See more
I have a specimen balsam fir on my front lawn that I use as a Christmas tree. I would like to keep it under 10 feet and trim it to retain its current nice shape. Id... See more
I had beautiful sweet potato plants last summer and they got huge. I don't know why but I thought they were perennial and I would have them again without any fuss. I ... See more
my rose bushes are at the beginning out growing had some green leaves but not growing in height , i got them ready for this wonderful wisconsin weather(lol) , and how... See more
For some reason my hydrangeas didn't bloom this year. I didn't do anything different. We had a very hot summer this year. Would that cause this?
Trying to recycle some kitchen castoffs, and heard that used coffee grounds sprinkled in the garden soil are helpful for the plants.