I have been offered some beautiful iris plants, zone 7b. Googled but am looking for real experience with transplanting (when) and caring for them. TY
We just bought a house and the yard needs a lot of work! Besides the field of dandelions, I'm not sure what's a plant and what isn't? Where is a good place to start f... See more
I transplanted this gardenia plant is from a patio planter because it kept getting wimpy, yellow leaves and bud fallout. In the ground its not much better. I have sp... See more
Do I need to keep it on the planter or transfer it on the ground?
I moved to Spring Hill Fl. From Phila. Took my iris with me. Planted them in Fed. They all came up nicely, some have burnt in the heat most are still good and green i... See more
I have a beautiful flower garden and everyone loves my flower. But, I need a flower or plant that will give a wiff of fragrance.
I just planted two Minnie pearl phlox in my garden and a week later all the white flowers fell off. Any idea why? I've watered them, they get mostly sun, I've given t... See more
I have a lovely spot that I put day lilies in, next to irises and a Japanese maple. It looked great last year, but this year the day lilies have grown from a 3 foot d... See more
My girls dad passed and they brought this flower arrangement - I really need your helpThe flowers that are in there i have no clue of what they are
i have 2 rose bushes that don't bloom very long. I see other rose bushes blooming much longer
I only know it is a perennial and is taking over my yard.
The spent blooms are dead on their stalks now, so do I let the stalk die off or cut it back?
Yikes! They are coming to cement over my daylily bed and they have just started to sprout greenery. Can I dig them up and move them to another place in my yard safely... See more
Douglas Hunt Two years ago I planted A LOT (approx. 80? +/-) gladiola bulbs. Of course all of them did not take. The problem is I planted them in a straight line. It ... See more
A neighbor who was moving away gave this to me, but she didn't know what it is called. It's a long hanging type with no spines. The flower opened is pretty large 5-6 ... See more