I have a gardenia bush that is in a planter, it was one of my mothers prized plants. It's barely hanging in there...any suggestions?
This is a tropical hibiscus tree in the greenhouse with insects. Is this spider mites? How to treat? Thx!
A few years ago, I had a large sweetgum tree cut down because of all the sweetgum balls in the driveway and everywhere else. Volunteers keep coming up and I cut them ... See more
Hi, I just bought some succulents online. And I know that I'm supposed to change the soil. Any suggestions what is the best soil for potted succulents? Thanks a bunch... See more
So, I went to Lowe's to find out why and buy something else but the woman who knows all about plants wasn't there. My only "helper" was a young guy who clearly knew n... See more
Ever since I chopped off a too tall branch off my old yucca tree it has been growing but it “weeps” this sticky stuff that sprays everywhere! Any ideas how to sto... See more
Do dwarfs blueberry bushes lose their leaves during winter months?
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
close together. How can I safely spread them out for more growing room.
It is potted in a sunny spot and gets enough water.Thanks for your help.
What plants can I put under this tree eo make a pretty garden under it! It’s by my front door
I live in a high mountain valley desert where we are in drought conditions more often than not. I would like to do my yard in perennials. I work crazy long hours in t... See more
I HAVE A THREE BY SIX FOOT PLANTER UNDER A BREEZE WAY THAT RECEIVES NO DIRECT LIGHT AT ALL. IT DOES RECEIVE INDIRECT NORTHEAST LIGHT EARLY IN THE DAY
The old plant wasn’t sick just neglected.
The town that I live in is selling community garden plots. I have an in home daycare and thought this could be a really great experience for them. The only problem is... See more
It is now about 15' tall and gets blossoms all over my pool deck. If I cut it back to about 6-7' in early Spring will it come back or just die?