I once did this by placing a half of a potato in a glass of water suspended with toothpicks, so it would not fall into the water. the cut side is up and the unpeeled ... See more
How can I tell what is eating my baby tomato plant? The leaves are disappearing.Thank you, Susie
I have a plastic beat up wheel barrow, it leaks from the container where it is screwed to the frame and the wheel is beyond repair. Any suggestions for growing vegeta... See more
I'm bound to a wheelchair and cant get in the yard to grow my herbs. So I need help from yall wonderful folks on how to make the best herb garden inside a small apart... See more
My tomatoes plants are very tall and lengky
Used to buy 18" plants in pots from a farmer in Hazlet years ago. They were hale and hearty and produced lots of fruit. No they were not patio tomatoes.
Plant my tomatoes?
Help! Can someone tell me why are my tomato plant leaves turning yellow? I have some really nice tomato plants, and they yield tons of tomatoes. I take very good care... See more
i have attached a pic of it and how it looks when it gets to this size. btw i am growing them on my porch in a pot
i am thinking about Planting some vegetables in flower pots besides in the garden what would you recommend that would be good grown in a pot I live on Long Island Na... See more
Planted standard cucumbers. Harvesting small pale, curled and some stumpy ones. Tastes good but not like regular cucumbers.
I plant it but it never forms heads, it stays leggy
I water my veggies and fruits in the afternoon, when the sun is gone. I was told to water it when the sun is out. Also, that the grass should be watered while the s... See more
Do I put it in a pot of soil or bowl of water?I'd appreciate y'alls help. I look forward to sharing it's growth with my grandkiddos.
plastic buckets so I can move them where the sun areas ares.
I needed a red redish and it grow very well now I can see one Radish is ready for harvest but I m only getting one Radish from one seed. Now what to do.
aphids, tomato worms, my rose gets ate up with all kinds off insects, too many to describe.Thanks, Sally