These critters are circling the hibiscus pots outdoors. Can anyone identify & provide suggestion on how to get rid of them. Could they be the reason for all the holes... See more
somthing is eating the top s off my sunflower seedlings
I have a large front yard with two medium trees. I would like to cut out the grass and include the trees in the bed. It gets full sun and would be around 25 feet long... See more
Should roses be cut back in winter or wait until spring?
Hi there!! I just reported my Peace Lilly and trimmed it’s roots and it hasn’t responded well. It’s been a few weeks and the leaves have not “popped” back u... See more
I have flowers that I missed planting in the spring but I live in Florida & our seasons always warm so can I plant flowers past their time?
My Mum plants are too tall, I need to trim them back but I’m scared to.Thank You for any information on this subject.Peggy
What type of flower can be planted and will bloom in early summer and will climb on a trellis?
I have a orchid but mostly of the roots are outside the pot.
I have a hydrangea that I planted last year in a sunny spot and it didn't do to well there. The leaves seemed to burn and brown. I would like to know when would be a ... See more
What bushes can I plant that can tolerate wet roots? Drainage is poor in clay soil, even though we have tried to put in a lot of soil on top of the clay.
I would love to add some greenery to my décor and am looking for a good "beginner" plant that is hard to kill. I already have succulents - looking for something more... See more
Can anyone tell me if it is natural for an African Violet to spread apart? I have included photo to let you see what mine is doing and where I have it planted. I have... See more
No pictures here, but I thought I would pass on a tip maybe I learned from here, or wherever. We had a power outage tonight, I remembered the tip of bringing in the s... See more
What flowers could replace impatiens since they were stricken with some disease last year in Connecticut.
Impatiens won't even be sold in Connecticut this year. I don't know what to plant to replace them! I've been planting impatiens for 40 years and my grandmother had th... See more