Every year I plant marigolds to protect my tomatoes, but something eats them down to the stalk: flower, leaves, and all!......almost overnight. Who is doing this, a... See more
I live in North Mississippi and have several peonies. I have read that they need cold winters to bloom. Can I dig up bulbs and keep them in the freezer for several mo... See more
every year my roses bloom but some kind of bugs is eating them constantly all the leaves are full of little holes , I think I would betting more roses and healthy if... See more
Hello. I dont know too much about gardening. Is it possible to start planting rose seeds in a wooden window box type of planter? It will be in the backyard. If yes, w... See more
I buy mums every year in every possible color, but when Thanksgiving passes, I have no idea what to do with the dozen or so pots filled with fall plants. Can I bring ... See more
Mine really got big this year. .husband won't let me put in garage. .ha . Need some ideas. .thanks .
Hi! I just purchased a home recently and the front and back yard has so much potential. There’s pre-existing plants in the yard but I don’t know what’s what. I... See more
What is the strongest most aromatic flowers that I can plant outside. I have a sewer plant behind my house and we can’t take the smell.
I live in OK where it gets really hot & humid. I wanted to plant some perennials but also put down mulch . Which should I do first...mulch or plant flowers? Also c... See more
I BOUGHT SOME ORIETAL DAY LILIES AND WOULD LIKE TO PLANT ALONGSIDE OF MY HOUSE DO THEU NEED SUN
Most of my flower gardens are in some variation of shade. I have an on-going struggle with moss filling in every nook and cranny. Then the moss eventually turns into ... See more
I missed my opportunity to trim back my roses in the fall. What should I do now to prepare them for the new season?
What colorful flowers and plants can I plant in my yard that will survive the heat of Peoria, Arizona.
Vines are very long, some have leaves but some have only a few leaves on ends, or none at all
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?
Does anyone grow edible flowers? I would love suggestions on which are the best to plant and taste the best.
Can I plant marigold seeds in the fall, or should I wait until spring, thanks!
Due to cancer I have been forced to move. I am on a very limited income and cannot afford to plant from scratch. There is not one plant, shrub, or tree on this lot. I... See more
My orchid has a leaf the has split up the middle. This is not the first time this has happened. The last time was right after my room mate drop the pot and I thought... See more