They keep rebuilding their nest in my hanging basket. How can I scare them away?
I'm looking for some creative yet cost effective ideas for creating some raised garden beds for my next year's garden. I usually plant around 6 tomato plants, 6 bell ... See more
I've had my parlor palm (Fernando ☺) for quite some time now. I got him when he was just a tiny plant. He's grown to about 2 1/2 feet . About a month and a half a... See more
Can potatos or corn be grown in a raised garden that is only 6 in raised?
Problem, I have cats that destroy plants. I have one indoor plant in the bathroom, Christmas Cactus. It's kept in a 3 shelf plastic enclosed greenhouse that just take... See more
we live on Long Island, NY and what care does it need indoors?
I'm afraid it might have bugs in the dirt.
I'd like them to be light enough to move them. I' d like them to have enough dirt in them so that roots will be happy. I'd like them to be bug free and colorful. Tha... See more
i live in central pa. some friends built planter boxes on back and sides of my home. they have some height, so i don't break my back to plant or water. i'd like su... See more
I have two different sized pots - Large pot is 5 gallon and small pot is 1.5 gallon size. Any idea how to clean them up before I plant in them would be helpful also.
My apartment doesn't allow bark or mulch due to fire hazard, or any permanent ground cover. Everything has to be in pots. Need ideas to cover exposed dirt that is te... See more
Any suggestions on how to build something to plant these herbs on my deck besides in pots and how to keep them growing all summer long? HELP
I want to add more vegetable garden space, but I have a small yard. I am thinking about making a vertical garden. I am thinking about building something like the pict... See more
Since my apartment is small and we're not supposed to make holes in the wall/ceiling, I'm wondering if anyone knows a way to have some small plants in my place withou... See more
This is a large pot with two sectons that have broken off.
I am trying to grow plants in containers. Could anyone advise me as best to display?
I have heard of using Styrofoam pellets at the bottom of pots, has any one used crushed up plastic grocery bags the same way, does this work as filler and drainage?