how can i save my sunflower seedlings somthing eats the top leaves leaving just the stalk help please
My beautiful Hydrangea bush has Rust disease, is it gone forever. Some say no chemical spray. Cut off leaves, rake, and burn. Maybe it will live. Sherry Thank You... See more
My fushia plant is going to seed. I would like to know how to prepare the seeds for growing new plants. I have tried in the past and failed terribly.
Any idea what they are? The red is more vibrant than it seems in these photos.
I want to dig up some irises to transplant that are about to bloom. Is it to late in the season?
Every spring I have a problem with dandelions. It makes me crazy! It grows among perennial flowers. How to destroy it while preserving perennial flowers at the same t... See more
I have a lovely spot that I put day lilies in, next to irises and a Japanese maple. It looked great last year, but this year the day lilies have grown from a 3 foot d... See more
My girls dad passed and they brought this flower arrangement - I really need your helpThe flowers that are in there i have no clue of what they are
I love putting out some flowers in the spring, but they end up looking terrible after a month or two. I’ve tried using Miracle Gro potting soil or using Miracle Gr... See more
I live in a small camper so I need pot plant ideas. I also have a gardenia and mandilla ( not sure of spelling ) plant in pots.
Hi, I have a very shaded yard. The flowers I've tried in the past died because of the lack of sun. Can anyone recommend plants that do well in the shade?
When is the best time to cut back perennials?
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?
I live in Iowa, and have a hardy mum. Thinking about bringing it in this winter. Do I need to cut it back when I bring it in?