This might be the most ridiculous question ever asked on Hometalk. My formerly black thumb is now more of a yellowish-brown color, meaning that I'm slowly learning ab... See more
We planted a variety of white caladium a couple weeks ago under an oak tree and, following the suggestions of one of the websites, we watered them with Miracle Grow. ... See more
We have a orange tree and every day there are oranges on the ground. There is a perfect circle an no teeth marks at all. The entire inside is completely gone. Need a ... See more
I moved into a new apartment with only west light windows. My Christmas cactus was used to being in an east window and thrived very well, full and 100's of flowers. N... See more
I have been trying for awhile with no success.
I have had a problem with these black berry bushes for a very long time i cut them every year and then they grow back.
My small citrus trees have very shriveled leaves. I keep severn dust on them for the bugs. Were in the rainy season so they get tons of water. Ive spent so much money... See more
I just purchased a fig leaf plant - and would like to know how to care for it - should I mist it etc?They are very expensive and I don't want to watch it slowly die?T... See more
Now that winter is one week away here in LA, Ca and i've just i think the word is "prune?" my bittermelon bush do i take out the root or leave it for next summer?
I lost a tree this spring so my shade loving hosta need to be removed. What sun loving 10" mounding perinnial plant could I replace the hosta with? Would be nice to... See more
We just moved into a new home. The previous owners created beautiful gardens in the front and back of the house. There are a lot of plants I don't recognize. I'm not ... See more
I would like to use your idea of the apple cider vinegar and epsom salts. What should the mix quantities be ? , and should I use organic apple cider or inorganic appl... See more
I am pretty much home-bound now due to an unfortunate back issue, and most of my day is spent looking outdoors at the wooded area around our house. I would love to h... See more
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
Last Summer was the first full year I for my Wisteria tree, but it didn't bloom. I live in Michigan, for reference. I also have a magnolia that doesn't bloom much. ... See more
Is it possible to grow Morel Mushrooms in the home garden? I have spead spores in years past--from mushrooms found in woods--with no luck.
Long Island, NY - growing zone
Should I do it now - immediately, or in the spring, which would end up being early May.
My hydrangeas are starting to get their leaves. But most of the new leaves on old wood look like they're dying immediately. The new leaves on new wood look okay. Shou... See more
A neighbor gave me a small lilac bush which I transplanted in my backyard about four years ago.It is on the south side of my backyard. Should I prune it back? The bus... See more
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
So what could be the reason for this?