I have a dwarf sunflower. I got one flower that opened, but the others you can see the bud of the flower but it never opens. One even had a few sad yellow petals that... See more
I just bought my Easter Lily -how do I take care of it? How much light does it need? Where is the best place in my house to put it? What do I do with it after it is
I ordered a 6" potted gardenia plant. Love this flower but plants always seem to beg to die in my care. Would love some advice on caring for this plant. Will be kept ... See more
What is best flowers to plant in flower beds if you live in the south (Spring,Texas)? What is hearty and can withstand our Texas heat in full sun and shade.
I bought a hydrangea plant in a container and planted it in a location that gets the morning sun and shade in the p.m. It has not grown over 10" in height. It's very ... See more
My canna lilies are drooping over, some dying leaves, which I usually trim off. Can I, should I trim the plants down?
Do you cut peonies down to the ground before winter?
I have a concrete planter about 6 feet long below a similar sized picture window, and would like to establish some type of perennial flowers in it. I'm thinking perh... See more
I built a flower bed under a pine tree. I know that vinca vine likes acidic soil so I planted them in the bed. However, we are in Arizona in zone 8a and the bed fac... See more
Receive about 7 hours of sun, spaced well. East & west exposure. Live in northeast
What colorful flowers and plants can I plant in my yard that will survive the heat of Peoria, Arizona.
Looking to plant a few colorful flowers to plant in a small contained area. Must be good for sun and heat.
I live on the upper Eastern Shore of MD and I have four Knock out roses ( one is HUGE and is only one year older than the other three which don't get asmuch sun as th... See more
Our yard is shaded by many trees, so we always have issues trying to grow flowers or vegetables. Are there shade loving plants (annual or perennial) that attract but... See more
Please share your ideas. Thank you.
I tried that soapy stuff but it's not working.