I have Huge amaryllis green leaves that I can't contain. Can I cut them back and still keep the bulb for future? Or will it kill the planted?
Just read an article I found on the Farmer's Almanac website, well it was someone selling a book that was linked to the website. They suggested cutting the leaves off... 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??
Hello all, I would like some advise on how I can train my mandevilla to climb the trellis. I have tried pinching but it still does not climb up- it is producing lots... See more
Is there a mixture that will go into the weed root without killing the plant next to it?
Can anyone tell me where to find live Eucalyptus plants? I have searched for years and cannot find them, I do not want the seeds, I want the plants that are already g... See more
What do I need to do to keep it alive? Thank you in advance.
Just wondering if I should leave the dead leaves on over winter or cut them back
This plant has been in my shop for years. Now its starting it’s new leaves dying. Help!
When I bought this home, I inherited a couple of rose bushes that have never seen a pruning shear - ever. Now I have these sprawling stems that no way resemble a ros... See more
I live in a high mountain valley desert where we are in drought conditions more often than not. I would like to do my yard in perennials. I work crazy long hours in t... See more
My two small hydrangeas haven't bloomed in three years. This year I did get one bloom. They are planted on a hill in a garden area and get sun.
I have a huge picture window and would like to get 2 or 3 plants that do not grown too large. Also the window can be a bit chilly in the winter, so I need some pl... See more
The town that I live in is selling community garden plots. I have an in home daycare and thought this could be a really great experience for them. The only problem is... See more