How to I protect my potted perennials so they can back next year
I live in middle Tennessee and am thinking about planting Leland cypress trees to create privacy between the back of my house and my neighbor. I’m not sure how far ... See more
I have had my lilac bushes for over seven years and they still will not bloom. What do I need to do for them?
One has wilted leaves and no amount of water is perking them up. Other looks healthy but large numbers of white pests. Sprayed with soapy water solutions but no cure... See more
-holes if quickly sealed? The chorline would kill or drive them away? Correct? Dantony632@optonline.net
I live on the Houston Gulf Coast and recent cold has just about decimated my potted hibiscus. I put them on the covered porch and wrapped up in blankets. This is an ... See more
I am a single mom that works a full-time job and in the process of trying to obtain a part-time also. I love the idea of container gardening but am afraid of not havi... See more
A nuisance vine has taken over the trunks of all my trees. Friend pulled hers lose and it caused some rash wherever it touched her skin. I'd like to kill it on the tr... See more
I have been using the sprinkler in an effort to give it water but it seems to be getting worse!! Help
I have a red tip on each side of my front door and they've never looked especially good. Over the years they've become quite scraggly, as you can see. They were plant... See more
Now that the weather is colder my house plants are looking dull and has less life to them. What do I do to give that beautiful shine and healthy look?
I tried climbing roses and they didn't live.
Do I need to cut this down to the base ? I’d like to get rid of all the dead strands ,but do I need to pull each strand individually?
I left my iris in the ground Over winter (my friend said I could) but now I amConcerned they have frozen. Will they comeBack? We had temperatures of zero and several ... See more
We had a freeze here in South Texas and almost all my plants are black.