Plant has curved over. Need help in straightening it out.
This might be the most ridiculous question ever asked on Hometalk. My formerly black thumb is now more of a yellowish-brown color, meaning that I'm slowly learning ab... See more
I want to use Epsom Salt next year on my plants, what type should I use, and how do I use it? Can I use it on a tree that is 15 yrs old?Edit: Final Question: Can I us... See more
My hostas are starting to come up now, I'm very excited. But some of them have transplanted themselves in areas that I don't really want them. They are about 2-3 inch... See more
What can I use in this planter as filler,so I don’t have to use so much stones & make my succulent-arrangement HEAVY
So, I went to Lowe's to find out why and buy something else but the woman who knows all about plants wasn't there. My only "helper" was a young guy who clearly knew n... See more
I read in the comments of a recent Hometalk article that you’ve had spider plants for quite some time and am hoping you have wisdom as to why the tips turn brown an... See more
House these succulents, as when the weather turns below about 10 degrees C / 50 degrees F, they need a home inside, and my wife regards them as Triffids!These were ea... See more
My hostas are Beautiful! But black spots are coming up on the leaves. I need a home remedy 🙏🏾
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????
This is my 1st year trying this veggie. Have gotten 3 big good ones but the rest have all been bad. Yellow and shriveling on ends as in picture. Is planted in full su... See more
I was cutting away a tree that had somehow been in the pot when I bought a camellia bush about 4 yrs ago. The accidental plant had grown to be at least 12 ft tall but... See more
Just bought my new home and brought ALL of my plants, (including my banana trees), with me 😁.....my question is... Do I Wait until next spring to plant them in the... See more
I’ve never had a yard that is a hill, I have yet found a way to create a garden bed that the soil doesn’t seem to disapear every year. The grass doesn’t grow pr... See more
They are planted in front of the house, and the beds are covered with white stone. Any ideas?
My two small hydrangeas haven't bloomed in three years. This year I did get one bloom. They are planted on a hill in a garden area and get sun.
My hydrangea bush is looking very unhealthy. I normally let the flowers die off, but should I cut it right back,and if so, when
I have a 10 year old Hydrangea bush that needs to be re-shaped. I live in N.W. Ga. when is the best time to trim it and fertilize it. It is very tall and did not bl... See more
I planted 5 of them last fall and they've all been doing great. But today I noticed that one is looking sickly. I gave it a good dose of water, hoping that's the prob... See more
I have multiple types of hydrangeas planted in a special area in my front yard. The hydrangeas just don't grow very much or bloom very well. There are pine trees all ... See more
Is it hard to get the plant to grow stems on the inside of the plant? So far, the plant is growing on the left and the right sides--looking good though.
We have a lilac bush that we have cut down to the very base. New shoots are coming out all over that part that is left. Is there any way that I can take those shoots ... See more