I have a lilac tree that is looking diseased. The leaves have a silver look to them.
Once you plant the seeds of a Desert Rose where do you place your planters?out doors, indoors, sun, light, shade? I mean the time it takes to see the baby plants. Tha... See more
I have a flower bind in da front yard of my house was wondering if u guys have any cheap ideals for them
I have a gardenia plant that just does not grow. It always looks very healthy and green and will produce a new leaf or 2 but remains the same size and does not flower... See more
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
My condo, in northern michigan, has a small deck, what can I plant (and how) that will thrive and still look beautiful for the lousy three months I get all year????
I have a big drift of ornamental poppies, from my grandmother that barely came up this year. I might have a dozen poking through, and I don’t want to lose these.
Someone said to put banana peels at the root of roses. Is now ok?
I have different types of perennials but I don’t know if I have to cut them down :)
My beautiful vincas are dying seemingly overnight. Every day ta few of them are wilting and dying. I don't see any bugs on the. I have sprayed them with a combination... See more
I want some color in my flower beds in the mountains ... but the deer seem to love everything we plant. Perennials would be great, but colorful annuals would also wo... See more
And what to fertilize peonies with naturally?
I missed my opportunity to trim back my roses in the fall. What should I do now to prepare them for the new season?
WHICH SIDE OF THE HOUSE? DOES IT REQUIRE LOTS OF SUN?
It will get morning sun since it faces the east side of the house. I don't have a green thumb so anything low maintenance will be a plus. I'd love some tips on how t... See more
I live in zone 9 and would like to have flowers in a warm sunny location.Is there a hardy plant that would last the summer? Also, I am a beginning gardener.Thank you,... See more