Squirrels are spreading them everywhere and it is illegal to see the wood from Walnut trees in East TN. I have tried stump killer and rock salt but this failed to ki... See more
-holes if quickly sealed? The chorline would kill or drive them away? Correct? Dantony632@optonline.net
The spot that I am thinking of is not overly moist...I have some Astilbe there and they are doing great.
I have had one in my home for around 30 years but lately it has been losing more leaves than usual.
Blue Delphs are perennials that are tall, showy and come in the most vivid blue. Shades. The flowers are spikes and if you keep deadheading you could see blooms unti... See more
Every year I plant marigolds aroundmy lamp post. The last two years something kills them. It looks like spit on them. I’ve sprayed them, put Seven dust, nothing wo... See more
I’ve had this plant for about a year and he’s been happy and healthy sitting in a window that gets sunlight for a few hours in the afternoon. But recently he’s ... See more
Its getting brown spots and dead leaves
How late can I plant clover seeds in Tennessee?
How do I plant a pine cone for seed
My gladiolus have been up since early summer. I put them in the half barrel this year because last year I only got 3 blooms. Where the used to be did not get a lot of... See more
I have 5 different air plants that I had supported in shells but they have out grown the shells. I have them in sand in a glass dome but am not sure if they can be pu... See more
I'd heard that it grows like crazy - tall and wide!! I have an area between a fence and the creek I'd like to put it and really just let it go nuts...has anyone grown... See more
Iv'e always grow a garden. This year I'm trying some herbs. At the end of season should I air dry or use dehydrator?
When I got the plant it had huge blooms that wilted, but perked back up when I gave it a LOT of water. after the blooms dried up, I pulled them off. Weeks later, the ... See more
I live in a high mountain valley desert where we are in drought conditions more often than not. I would like to do my yard in perennials. I work crazy long hours in t... See more
The old plant wasn’t sick just neglected.
I just purchased an older house with a wonderful backyard and lots of great oak trees. Unfortunately as the seasons revolve I've noticed that nothing grows under my p... See more
I divided my hydrangea bush this spring and repotted it to a shadier part of my yard . The plant looks great but has not bloomed this year. Can you tell me why it has... 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.
I have had 2 bushes like advised, nurtured the ground as instructed and even planted in 2 different places at different times. One bush was stsrting to blossom when ... See more