I have ants in my potted plants! How do I get rid of them without killing my plants? Help!
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 have a large spider plant with lots of “babies” with dying leaves. There are too many to repot so what do I do I hate to just pull them off and throw them awa... See more
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Just read an article I found on the Farmer's Almanac website, well it was someone selling a book that was linked to the website. They suggested cutting the leaves off... See more
So I was repotting my succulents yesterday because it hasn't been done in over a year and this guy was the only one that didn't make it. I have no idea what kind it i... See more
I manage to kill baskets of petunias despite having them in full sun and purchasing those that don't need dead-heading.
What are some tricks to do to get hostas to grow beautifully?
I'm receiving lotus seeds shortly and want to keep the plants in water . Does anyone have suggestions as to a container I might use? Thank you.
We had a company washing our house and windows last Friday and now this climbing hydrangea of mine is starting to die, though they're especially advertising their pro... See more
I've had this Clematis for about 10 years. Each fall I trim it down; each spring I guide it toward a series of wires for it to grow on. However, it always grows in an... See more
I really enjoy the look and ease of having succulents in flower pots around the garden. How do I propagate them? Can I make cuttings from all succulents? D. Garza
Every time I try tom grow plants I purchase, the plants die.I guess I don't have a green thumb
Should you remove old mulch before putting down new mulch? If you are changing the color?
Well, I've always used salt as a weed killer in my yard. In fact, it's been my personal experiences that it's more like a "kill anything green" effect on plants so I... See more
I was told that if I get a spider plant start to just put it in a pot of dirt and then cover it with about an inch of dirt. Nothing is happening...why??
I have a very shaded area. I would like to plant Perennials in our flower beds. I would like to know which plants would be good in a shady garden in my area.
3 plants have been planted 3 years. NO blooms, barely growing.
Should I do it now - immediately, or in the spring, which would end up being early May.
This is the second year these hydrangeas will not bloom. What should I do
We have just purchased a home in the Pacific NW. I love flowers, birds, and vegetable gardens. We want to have a garden that is inviting to birds, butterflies and l... See more