Making wedding arrangements in logs. Some of my root balls are too big.
I have a few pots of succulents as shown in the photos. I am a snowbird and leave for the north in April and return in October. I have an irrigation system and am w... See more
I kill every Rosemary plant I get. It doesn't matter if it's outside, inside, inder grow light. How do you keep one alive?
I have a 9'x6'x4' grow tent in spare bedroom, vented to outside. In use now i was thinking of growing Medical Mushrooms For a source of CO2 for my Medical plants i am... See more
I'm thinking of trying a Straw Bale Garden this year. Any suggestions? dos and don'ts? Thanks
I wanna make some how do I do it ? Thanks
I am done harvesting my garden and don’t plan to start it until mid March next year. What can I do to fortify the soil so I can get great r?sults.
I thought about cutting off the top for rooting and let the bottom stay in the pot.
I have a small Grandfather CACTUS in my apartment that had a yellow flower attached. The flower 👀 ed like it was attached with glue. The flower opened & closed wit... See more
My Boston ferns are a dull light green color instead of a glossy dark green. ?Reason? Suggestions ?
I always planted gardens. This year was different because of moving. So this year I used pots to plant my veggies and flowers 🌺. What do I do With the soil in the ... See more
I was wondering what was the best way to plant strawberries some say in the garden with the rest of the plants and some say in a hanging basket . I just want to get t... See more
I (foolishly) planted some cucumber Miracle Grow Growables in a small (but not too small) pot and they are growing long.I don't have an outdoor garden because I jus... See more
I have been planting in 5 gallon containers for the last few years and the first year they did well but I have trouble giving them the proper amount of water with out... See more
Are chives the kind of plant that can be regrown, or is it that when I cut the stems to use-- that's it? Would repotting help? Thanks!!
I will be building raised beds for gardens to be certified organic. What materials are acceptable? Pretreated wood? Metal? Concrete block?
I want to grow herbs inside my apartment on the window sill. How do I keep flies away?
Due to the mosquito problem in Florida, can I turn this into a succulent planter without drilling holes through concrete for drainage?
I have heard of using Styrofoam pellets at the bottom of pots, has any one used crushed up plastic grocery bags the same way, does this work as filler and drainage?
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