Every year I plant marigolds to protect my tomatoes, but something eats them down to the stalk: flower, leaves, and all!......almost overnight. Who is doing this, a... See more
I found a huge patch of daffodils in the woods an would like to transplant them .do i dig them up an put them where i want them or do I dig them up an dry the bulbs a... See more
I failed to cut my knock-out roses back in February
I am wanting to know if my lavender plant I had in the ground will survive zone 6a through the winter? And what can I do to protect it?
What is the best time of the year to feed my roses? Fall or Spring?? If I feed and trim after a bloom will they reproduce more roses??
What are the best flowering plants for planting in the northern California mountains that will last from year to year?
I have a beautiful flower garden and everyone loves my flower. But, I need a flower or plant that will give a wiff of fragrance.
Please help I don't know what to do neighborhood cats are using my flower bed gardens as a litter box any recommendations that really work. I've tried moth balls and ... See more
It starts off looking great in the spring, this year is loaded with blooms but the leaves show a big problem. They turn red, then drop off.
They are not very dense when in bloom and we've had them for five years now.
Starting to cover roof of garage and house.
They will be in full sun
i live in central MS; Clinton, MS to be exact
They have some dead branches and are very leggy. Is it ok to cut them to about 1 foot in height and cover for our Michigan winter and they can get a fresh start in ... See more
I grew up in the city and never planted flowers before, believe it or not, now live in house with a small lawn and would like to plant flowers - any suggestions for s... See more
I live in KY (lots of clay) and was about a week late getting my tomato plants (Better Boy) in the ground. I added bone meal, lime and 10/10/10 fertilizer in hole.
I just heard of this flower, and it sounds too good to be true! From what I understand- with minimal care, and water, it produces beautiful flowers. And on top of tha... See more
I would like to grow a climbing rose on a chain link fence. One side of the yard is in full sun and the other in afternoon shade. What varieties would be best?
I had an orange and black poppy, my mom gave it to me years ago. Mom has since passed away. It was my treasure, last fall it just looked bad. I am hoping it comes bac... See more