The tree branches are overhanging the house. Can I use a long cutting tool from the ground.
This is the 2nd Bonfire Patio Peach tree that this has happened to. Ive had 3 total and the 1st one lasted the longest - 8 yrs. The 2nd lasted 3 yrs and this one is o... See more
I have a five foot tall pomengranate tree I need to move into the sun and a ten year old wisteria on a metal broken arch that also needs to move to sun, both under hu... See more
I just bought a house and there are palm trees in the backyard. It is my first time owning palm trees and I love them but I am scared about taking care of them. This ... See more
I know they soften, but I am wondering about the taste.
I am tree shopping for our front yard. There are no trees in the front yard. A few rose bushes by the house. I want to plant a tree in the middle of the yard. What sh... See more
I have several slices of tree slabs that have split in half,, how do I fix them so that I can preserve them????
How do I help prevent or stop tuffs from my pine tree to stop falling?
What is the best material to use to cover them.
Last year I bought a small lime tree. It lost its leaves in the winter, but came back beautifully this spring. Although I got about 5 limes off it last summer, none a... See more
I live in west texas and have grown a lime in a pot and taken it indoors each year but it is so big and heavy that I am considering transplanting it in the spot it si... See more
No flowers cut down twice. What am I doing wrong? Had beautiful yellow flowers before. Growing but no flowers.
I love my garden and outdoor art such as wind chimes, rain chains, etc. My tree in the front lawn came down during Irma and now I have nothing to hang things from. L... See more
But it doesn’t look like it is going to survive. I have it in full sun and Plenty of water and cut it back like it said to has it in a dark area of my garage and it... See more
also are they expensive? i'm thinking of planting it in front of my house.Thanks all in advance.
We want to create a tropical forest effect in our backyard.
25 ft tall...10 ft deep mature perhaps 20 yrs old Not every branch but many...no bagworms or pests that I can see. What could it be?
Overgrown evergreens block porch view, how to cut back and not kill them?