Got the amaryllis a year ago Christmas in a boxed kit and it did show a temporary bloom but not the following Christmas. I know its dormant now, but still grows lo... See more
I live in zone 7, southern New Jersey, and a discoloration is forming on my elephant ears. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong? Could it be watering before 8 AM ... See more
How late can I plant clover seeds in Tennessee?
they all seem to have this mottled green leaf and on the back is spores and maybe what i thought was some grey little spider like critter on the back. I planted these... See more
My sister has a plant growing in the guest bathroom of my mom's house; it is crawling up the wall. Bathtub cannot be used as plant fills part of it. Mom is waiting fo... See more
Can anyone suggest a hardy shrub/plant that can be used in a hedge about 3ft tall, that can handle full sun in zone 9?I would like for the hedge to offer some type of... See more
Every time I try tom grow plants I purchase, the plants die.I guess I don't have a green thumb
winter is coming and I don't want to lose this plant not sure what its called.
I have brought in my plants from outside indoors any suggestions on what to put under them for drainage I really don’t like those plasti ones
I lost a tree this spring so my shade loving hosta need to be removed. What sun loving 10" mounding perinnial plant could I replace the hosta with? Would be nice to... See more
I have put most of my plants in pots this last spring, and put rock in the flower beds, I like the look but do I need to bring them in, maybe the garage or covered ba... See more
any suggestions for heat tolerable flowered plants. Wanting to plant in my front yard but the heat is off the walls at 105 degrees. Any suggestions?
A master gardener told me last night that when the flowers are done, twist the stem, bend it in two, and put a rubber band around it. She says this stem is where next... See more
Over the years I have planted bitter melon vines in my garden. Although the vegetable is bitter and might not be enjoyed by many, I have come to like it a lot. The se... See more
I don’t know the name of these but they werehit by the crazy Charleston snow 2018. Can I expect them to come back or just remove?Anyone know the name and/or how to ... See more
Last fall I mistakenly covered my Asiatic lily bulb with a winter planter. Removed planter today and discovered the pale looking Lily under it. Do you think it will... See more
So I know you need to bust up the clay and throw in a lot of organic materials when replanting. The rule of thumb is that the hole should be 3x the diameter of the ro... See more
When and how deep do I plant them in the yard. Live in Arizona.