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.
I bought a lavender plant and was told that I needed to keep it in the sun. I have been, but the sun eventually killed it, burnt it almost, but something else that I ... See more
Looking to take out 30 years old evergreens and clean up front of house.
I have a bed of 20 roses that I planted two years ago. What is the best way to winterize them for an upcoming healthy summer bloom? They are in the open, nothing to p... See more
I recently put in a new flower garden with a variety of perennials that I am hoping come up stronger next year. Are there any special steps that I should take in ord... See more
Do you know how to prevent tomato wilt? Is there something my soil needs? Thank you
My Iris are done blooming .. do I leave as is or trim them back?
I live on the upper Eastern Shore of MD and I have four Knock out roses ( one is HUGE and is only one year older than the other three which don't get asmuch sun as th... See more
I am an 85 year old and my hono-hono orchids are in bloom......is there anyone out there in flowerland interested in orchids?
The flowers are not doing well, they are dying. They have little holes.
The spent blooms are dead on their stalks now, so do I let the stalk die off or cut it back?
The leaves are spotty and discolored but the flowers are fine. Any thoughts?
Any ideas where to buy lemon creeping thyme seeds in bulk? I checked out Amazon and Ebay but the reviews were bad.
Would like to use creeping thyme for a ground cover. I prefer the lemon thyme with pink flowers. thanks a bunch!!
Does anyone know of a Lilac that will grow in the humid climate of Zone 9.......aka Houston, TX??