It looks like my lavender plant is not coming back this season. Any suggestions on what I could do to try and revive it? I’m having the same problem with the roseb... See more
I moved into a new house. They have rose bushes planted. How to take care of them in the winter months? Cover them, cut them down?
Is it ok to keep them inside?
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 just planted outdoor garden mums (in the Chicago area) and then read that they will they will not survive the winter because they won’t develop and adequate root ... See more
I have different types of perennials but I don’t know if I have to cut them down :)
do you cut all the wood that did not flower this year?
I transplanted 2 miniroses to my garden and it won't be long before it is going to be very cold. Should I cover them? Will they be ok if I leave them outside? Shou... See more
I would like to make a small memorial garden to honor my Mother who passed away this year. She loved flowers and I would like to mix flowers in with some greenery and... See more
My rose bush was planted in a lot of sun & over the yrs, it last about a month then start dying, what can I do to help re-store the rose bush back to life. Help
Trying to grow tomatoes in southern coastal Florida. They start out fine, but begin to rot at the bottom of the fruit as they start to ripen. Never saw this when gr... See more
Indoor, our condo apartment gets very little, to no sun. What kind of plant could I have in my home that would not mind this too much? The only sun we get is first ... See more
I love to garden but unfortunately need to work two jobs at the moment. Our property is lined with pine trees that have limbs cut off up to about 15ft. What would b... See more
Is there a way I can use seeds from these dead Giant Hibiscus Flowers to germinate new plants next season?
Giant Hibiscus: Curious that when a flower opens, then closes/dies, can you use it for seeds to germinate to grow new plants?
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