Help! I recently got a primrose and ive been keeping it inside during the winter until it gets warmer out. Its all drooping an wilting now and I don't know what I did... See more
I love in the N.E., can I oversized my hanging Boston ferns in my garage?
-holes if quickly sealed? The chorline would kill or drive them away? Correct? Dantony632@optonline.net
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
What causes a house plant to turn brown on various parts ofits leaves? Is it best to trim the brown part out?
I have lots of different strains of Hostas but I’ve never seen this before. And it’s only these individuals. They’ve never curled before in 30 years.
I have a plant that belongs to my mother before she passed away. I have struggled to keep it online for the past 5 years but I have managed. her spirit lives within i... See more
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
I know that azaleas should be trimmed after blooming. I’m just not sure about hydrangeas and other shrubs.
I planted tomato plants. They are growing very tall, but not producing any tomatoes. Have fertilized and regular watering. They must be almost 5 feet.
My perennials never come back for a second year, and it's getting really expensive to buy perennials that last only one year.
I’m trying to find out why the leaves in my Boston fern is turning brown. I usually have it sitting on the deck on the back of my house which faces east. I make su... See more
Both my big windows are covered by porch roofs. I'm not sure how much sunlight it takes for an indoor herb garden, but there is indirect light.
I planted 8 trees but 2 died. They were all planted Spring of 2017. They All grew to different heights with some bearing fruit and others no Fruit. Planted in same ar... See more
I have been told to never trim my hydrangeas. Is this correct?
Seed catalogs often list as blue flowers that are really purple or lavender. Is there a flower I can plant in a ceramic container that is true blue? I know there is ... See more
The roots are higher than the yard. I can’t Moe in that area. Should I add more dirt to cover the roots?