I live in Oklahoma and we have red dirt .I have tried to grow flowers here. the only thing I get to grow are comas, and Lilly's can you think of any other flowers may... See more
In past I have tipped rose bush on side, covered roots and stem with dirt for winter. Is this the same with traditional rose bushes?
Prune my hydrangea. It bore no flowers this year
When should perennials be cut back and how low to the ground? Thank you
How would I go about growing honeysuckle and should I have a trellis for it to grow on, and I need some advice to start growing lavender as well as other things like ... See more
Any idea what they are? The red is more vibrant than it seems in these photos.
My tulips and gerberas were eaten by the many deer who visit our home
I want to create a container garden on my porch that has a large awning. I live in Lynchburg, VA. Thanks for your advice!
What I would like to know if it is garden hardy. It's in pot at moment in cold glass house. Leaves have now just finished. L
I'd like to keep my Wandering Jew plant going until next summer when I can hang it out on my porch again. I was told it can go dormant in the winter months by just ke... See more
I grew up in the city and never planted flowers before, believe it or not, now live in house with a small lawn and would like to plant flowers - any suggestions for s... See more
I planted a rose bush about 4 years ago. The rose bush may be 5" in height if that much. However it gives me the most beautiful blooms, one at a time at least 3-4 ... See more
Indoor, our condo apartment gets very little, to no sun. What kind of plant could I have in my home that would not mind this too much? The only sun we get is first ... See more
I had an orange and black poppy, my mom gave it to me years ago. Mom has since passed away. It was my treasure, last fall it just looked bad. I am hoping it comes bac... See more
I purchased a potted morning glory plant at a local nursery this spring. I planted it in the sun with a makeshift trellis. This plant has grown and filled in but no f... See more
Does anyone know of a Lilac that will grow in the humid climate of Zone 9.......aka Houston, TX??