Its been so long since ive had to establish a new garden stop. I need a refresher course please. I will be using existing dirt potting soil & real goat manure for fer... See more
Hi Hometalkers, please give me a little inspiration for this hanging basket.
Do I need certain soil? My Basil will not grow?
Too much water? Not enough water? Not enough light? Why do the leaves turn dark and brittle?
I've never had a problem removing root bound plants from you their pots using all traditional ways. This time the pot and plant have become one. I've decided on a sa... See more
Can I leave my pot of hens and chickens out in the cold in Michigan? I heard they will be fine and will come back in the spring
I have a spiral tree in there and it's too top heavy! What can I do to make the base my sturdy?
How and when should I transplant succulents. Now they are in small pot and have grown tall . What should I do and what soil to use.Thanks for respondingIliana
I'd like them to be light enough to move them. I' d like them to have enough dirt in them so that roots will be happy. I'd like them to be bug free and colorful. Tha... See more
in a shady area
Put stiroform in the bottons of the pots or ground. It help keep the plant moist.
I have tried to plant bulbs in the late fall in large pot. why do always die?
Today as I was shopping I found these two metal decorative pieces. I thought these are so neat and would love to add them someway in my yard art. Now what I need is s... See more
My hubs has an old metal wheelbarrow that I want to rescue before he gets in an accident with it. Any ideas to make it a planter? I am thinking hostas AND heuchera an... See more
I have a wooden planter, similar to a half wine-barrel planter, that is held together by metal straps around the top and bottom.. Well, the bottom strap where it fast... See more
I was looking for instructions for putting together the attached water garden & was unable to locate. Can you provide instructions for me. Thank you Sue
OK all you Hometalkers who are now savoring your caprese salads and your BLTs and your long-simmering sauces, what tomatoes have you grown this year that have done th... See more