I had a beautiful garden about 5X5with tons of Shasta Daisies. For 4 summers they came back and spread and bloomed like crazy. Last summer the never came up. I was h... See more
Help me with trimming this rose plant to insure that it will thrive in the Spring.Thank you-Laura
Have some bulbs I want to plant,packet says early winter but doesnt explain about watering needs. Im going to plant them amongst my pansies and marigolds,they receive... See more
Needless to say they changed an awful color. I got rid of the mulch and I’m wondering if they will come back to their blue color.
Is the lavender plant a perrenial plant or an annual?? My garden is full of rose bushes and other fragrant plants. I would love to plant lavender. I love the aroma. I... See more
I have mums in pots for fall decor. When should they be planted in ground.? Happy Fall everyone.
The plant is healthy as you can see, but those roots are taking up to much space. Anyone know if its ok to just snip them in half, not to get rid of them altogether.
We love sunflowers. Next year we are going to plant a whole big plot of them! Here are photos of one I brought in today. She is pretty posing for a formal photo ... See more
Any idea what they are? The red is more vibrant than it seems in these photos.
I don't understand why I get great spring greenery, but no flower? What amI doing wrong?
It starts off looking great in the spring, this year is loaded with blooms but the leaves show a big problem. They turn red, then drop off.
The area is small, shaped like the letter L, right now I have wood planks supporting it off to keep the soil from running when it rains, I’m renting my residence,... See more
I missed my opportunity to trim back my roses in the fall. What should I do now to prepare them for the new season?
what kind of flowers and plants can survive in direct sunlight, my patio has no shade so it gets hot.i want to put plants and maybe trellis with flowers that will liv... See more
I am in Kansas that’s like the 4-5-6zone
My friend in Texas, Tamara sent these pictures. These are bluebells. How wonderful to see beautiful flowers as far as the eye can see.