This is a tropical hibiscus tree in the greenhouse with insects. Is this spider mites? How to treat? Thx!
Hi, I just bought some succulents online. And I know that I'm supposed to change the soil. Any suggestions what is the best soil for potted succulents? Thanks a bunch... See more
I bought and reported 2 at the same time. One is doing great but the other is droopy and floppy. How do I make it strong with firm leaves?
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
This plant is 2 years old. There are only a few branches left. Can these be replanted? Should I remove the dead stems?
Can someone identify this for me? I was I was I initially excited thinking one of my perennials that I planted last year were really growing good...now I am thinking ... See more
winter is coming and I don't want to lose this plant not sure what its called.
I have 2 Hibiscus plants in pots & I KNOW they are rootbound but I cannot find any bigger pots without spending hundreds of $$. Is there anything I can to do that I ... See more
I have a nice Japanese maple but the grass will not grow under it. what can I plant under it to make "It Cute"?...Thanks
I would like to use your idea of the apple cider vinegar and epsom salts. What should the mix quantities be ? , and should I use organic apple cider or inorganic appl... See more
and transplant it into my side yard and might also want to divide it, as well as the other one. I think I divide it by cutting in between any of the pieces at the gro... See more
I have a very shaded area. I would like to plant Perennials in our flower beds. I would like to know which plants would be good in a shady garden in my area.
I had my daughters 2 giant schnauzer dogs for 4 months and my yard shows it...It now looks like a cow pasture with holes and clumps of grass and lots of areas with ju... See more
So I know you need to bust up the clay and throw in a lot of organic materials when replanting. The rule of thumb is that the hole should be 3x the diameter of the ro... See more
Besides mulch to my existing perennial gardens, what should I use to keep the weeds down?
They says you can not use water from the roof because of some pieces of shingles can be in the water.
What do you put in your soil to stop bottom rot on tomatoes and when do you do