I want to bring my large coleous plant inside the house. How hard will it be to maintain. I’ve read it is possible...just not sure!!!
Over the last 7 years or so I have been fighting a losing battle against Tiff Bermuda thanks to my neighbors who have their lawns mowed and then use those blowers to ... See more
So one of the first things I did when I moved into my first home was buy 2 fig trees. I'm not sure why I wanted them so bad but I did. They have been in big pots an... See more
For the fall and winter should straw be removed from under strawberry plants? I live in central Louisiana. The straw was put under plants to keep strawberries off the... See more
Hi everyone. I live is southern Ontario and am wondering if it is to late in the season to move bushes around?
My bleeding heart bushes planted in a mulch bed are dying with yellow crumpled leaves. Help please
This is my first time caring for orchid plants, and I'm not sure of the proper way to restart new growth. I've been given many advices, but not quite sure what's t... 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?
does anyone know what this is? It’s coming up all through my beds. It’s about 6 inches tall.
I’m new homeowner I. Myrtle Beach SC what plants and low maintenance
I have a spider plant that I used to start new little plants from but the plants I started don’t have any “babies” growing. The plants are at least 2 years old... See more
they have mostly died from cold weather.i tried covered with towels an put on Patio, neither worked 👮♀️👮♀️👮😊😊�?!???,
Currently it is a large flower bed with 2 inch mulch of cedar chips. How and with what should I amend the soil? Do I need to remove the bark chips first or can I just... See more
Should I do it now - immediately, or in the spring, which would end up being early May.
The first frost has happened and the dead flowers are still there. Should I wait till spring to touch them?