I have wild ferns that have been growing right down in front of my house. It stay very moist there. I have tried the vintage and water. It burnt them but still they c... See more
I'm new to the succulent world - but omg, there're many species of succulents indeed! How many are there actually? Anyone knows?
I have had one in my home for around 30 years but lately it has been losing more leaves than usual.
Over 30 yrs ago, shrubs were planted at the entrance to my subdivision (metro Atlanta) and for a while they were maintained well. We don't have an HOA so after a whil... See more
I don’t want the cold to kill it. It’s been outside since April and it’s soooo pretty. Do I need to cover it with pine needles or what do I do????
I bought a few cacti from my local walmart, they're drenched and have been for quite some time
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
However, it's not and I want to trim it substantially. I'd prefer it not be over 6 ft. Can I successfully do that? If so, any hints as to the best way to accomplish t... See more
We have a numbe of black waKnut trees in our yard and I was told we wouldn’t be able to grow tomatoes because of the acid in the soil caused by the trees. Is that t... See more
I have always wanted a Dogwood in my front yard, but they are expensive. We live in northwest Louisiana and there are a lot of wild Dogwoods.
Now that my plants leaves are dying back now what do I do with it? How to I let it “rest” and start it again?
no flowers this year
They were all last year!