I have a gardenia plant that just does not grow. It always looks very healthy and green and will produce a new leaf or 2 but remains the same size and does not flower... See more
my iris'have bloomed, now do i cut the stems to the ground or leave them, or will they bloom again this summer or fall?
Needless to say they changed an awful color. I got rid of the mulch and I’m wondering if they will come back to their blue color.
I planted it this past summer.
I bought a hydrangea plant in a container and planted it in a location that gets the morning sun and shade in the p.m. It has not grown over 10" in height. It's very ... See more
I just planted outdoor garden mums (in the Chicago area) and then read that they will they will not survive the winter because they won’t develop and adequate root ... See more
When should perennials be cut back and how low to the ground? Thank you
I am wanting to plant perennials that flower for most of summer, and are medium height to replace junipers that were overgrown and too large?
What are the best flowers to plant in window boxes that get quite a bit of morning/afternoon sun in upstate NY?
Almost all of my front yard is full sun. I love pretty colorful flowers. Maybe, mosquito repellant or butterfly flowers would be great. I need to have (7/8) plants w/... See more
I Live in MA.
Any idea what they are? The red is more vibrant than it seems in these photos.
We recently moved from Indiana to Florida because our kids and grandkids were all living in FL. I love Lilac bushes and had a lot of beautiful ones. Does anyone know ... See more
Between the trees & location of the house, there is no sun that reaches the flower bed.
I live on the upper Eastern Shore of MD and I have four Knock out roses ( one is HUGE and is only one year older than the other three which don't get asmuch sun as th... See more
I am in Kansas that’s like the 4-5-6zone
Yikes! They are coming to cement over my daylily bed and they have just started to sprout greenery. Can I dig them up and move them to another place in my yard safely... See more