Over the last 7 years or so I have been fighting a losing battle against Tiff Bermuda thanks to my neighbors who have their lawns mowed and then use those blowers to ... See more
I am trying to grow some succulents and have read many posts about how easy it is. I am wondering where I should put my pot of them.....direct sunlight, partial sun ... See more
We have an orange tree in our backyard and the oranges are extra sour! So is there something we can do ourselves to the ground underneath it or something else?
Can anyone suggest a hardy shrub/plant that can be used in a hedge about 3ft tall, that can handle full sun in zone 9?I would like for the hedge to offer some type of... See more
I have a fig tree I have nursed for years. It has thrived all summer outside, but now I’m ready to bring it into the house for winter. These patches have developed ... See more
I have been using Miracle Grow but would prefer something natural
The leaves on my new grape plants are turning yellow. Am I watering them too much? I have never grown them before, so not sure how much to water. The instructions ... See more
If I remember correctly the recipe included using vinegar. Can you please find that recipe.
The mint has taken over the flower bed.I don't want to kill my other plants.so,what can I do
Not sure as to why these are dying? Last summer I thought the bush on the right died because the lawn service cut it too short. But now the larger bush/tree is lookin... See more
How can I keep my poinsettia plant alive, I know how to kill it each year, now I need to find a new way to save it.
I live in Pennsylvania & love hummingbirds & butterflies.I am looking to plant a bush that will attract both to my back yard.Thank you.
I have always been an avid gardener, mostly in containers. Here I will have a raised area to work in, not sure of size yet. I would like suggestions of plants I can... See more
slope and sandy. few trees provide shade around the house. and best time to do seeds
My hydrangea is the type with coarse leaves. I believe it is a tea cup hydrangea.i have had it for 20 years. It is inthe south part of my garden. It receives after... See more
This plant was here when I moved here 2 years ago.I think it's a hydrangea,but it has never bloomed.If this is what it is what do I need to do to get it to bloom?
Put a potted hydrangea in my flowerbed about 2 maybe 3 years ago. It's taken awhile to grow to this height. In the spring,summer and fall it's pretty and green but h... See more
I live in zone 6 and my lavender is all brown. Is it dead?
We have a lilac bush that we have cut down to the very base. New shoots are coming out all over that part that is left. Is there any way that I can take those shoots ... See more
What do you put in your soil to stop bottom rot on tomatoes and when do you do