I want to bring my large coleous plant inside the house. How hard will it be to maintain. I’ve read it is possible...just not sure!!!
I am looking for methods of planting succulents.
I have a large spider plant with lots of “babies” with dying leaves. There are too many to repot so what do I do I hate to just pull them off and throw them awa... See more
I recently started obsessing over succulents but most are starting to die. I have read many articles about how to keep them alive but mist stuff is not working. Any ... See more
A few years ago, I had a large sweetgum tree cut down because of all the sweetgum balls in the driveway and everywhere else. Volunteers keep coming up and I cut them ... See more
I thought my aloe was just adjusting to winter but today I noticed on of its larger leaves has cracked close to the stem. I’m not sure if it should leave the cracke... See more
I bought this mint plant from the farmers market about 3 weeks ago and it was bushy and thriving but now it's leggy with brown stems. How can I revive it??
I’ve had this plant for about a year and he’s been happy and healthy sitting in a window that gets sunlight for a few hours in the afternoon. But recently he’s ... See more
After its leaves come out they are "imperfect". What may the problem be?
Which zone is the best to plant spider plant. My green ficus plant leaf has change from green to brown, what may be the cause?.
The new growth is shriveled, I don't see any bugs, like aphids . The tree I planted two years ago and have followed directions of fertilizing , watering , etc.
I believe that elephant ears like to live in wet places. I have a spot in my yard that my stays wet due to air conditioner run off. I mean really really wet this i... See more
I have a specimen balsam fir on my front lawn that I use as a Christmas tree. I would like to keep it under 10 feet and trim it to retain its current nice shape. Id... See more
Tried waiting until spring to cut off old growth leaving about 1 1/2 feet . Does my soil need something?
No blooms all summer. Have 7 plants all about 6 feet tall. Very healthy foliage. What's wrong???
Every time I transplant from a pot they die after a few weeks. Thought they were perennials. How do I keep them so they spread out and come back yearly?
Have added compost, peat moss, purchased bags of garden soil to my garden soil and preen and other fertilizers. What would be the best to get my soil in top shape to ... See more