I lost a link that was sent to me, and I don't know what type of soil to plant them in. I think is a mixture of perlite and or pumice, and compost, and or coconut coi... See more
Hi Hometalkers, please give me a little inspiration for this hanging basket.
I have an indoor wading pool/fountain area in my entryway. It is 8' x9' square. I would like to make it into a succulent zen garden. Possibly with colored rocks. Wou... See more
I have 5 extra large pallets left over from a solar installation. I would like to turn them into planter boxes. Any ideas 💡?
into the house?
We live in Michigan where the temperature and snowfall can be brutal
What else should I've put in there to keep the soil from being so compact?
My sister bought me two small Christmas Cactuses as a gift for Xmas. I'm debating on whether or not I should place both in the same pot... I'm thinking that they may ... See more
I'd like them to be light enough to move them. I' d like them to have enough dirt in them so that roots will be happy. I'd like them to be bug free and colorful. Tha... See more
We grow a great crop, but dies fast. Only thing good is potatoes and onions. Cilantro especialy. HELP
I thought they would do well, but only a very few survived, over the winter.
I mad a light bolb flower and look how pretty it is thanks i hope you all like it.
I'm using large empty cans to plant veggies for the kids on earth day. How do I attach the rope to a chain link fence so the cans can be removed.
I've got two steel drums that I would like to slice in half (the long way) and make planters. We have serious ground critter problems and so I am hoping to use these ... See more
Today as I was shopping I found these two metal decorative pieces. I thought these are so neat and would love to add them someway in my yard art. Now what I need is s... See more
I'd love to have lots of sweet peas as cutting flowers this year and wondered if they do well in pots as my garden has a fabric and rock cover:( How do you provide su... See more
OK all you Hometalkers who are now savoring your caprese salads and your BLTs and your long-simmering sauces, what tomatoes have you grown this year that have done th... See more