Schools are closed. I would like to have a garden project for my son but we have no yard just a very big balcony
I live on Long Island NY & a store already has tomato plants for sale. Is it to early to BUY them & keep them in the garage?...
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
Hi. My last yrs crop of potatoes were canny but not very big. I do them in boxes about 3ft long x 3ft wide and 3ft depth. Id love some advice please.. Thank you.
I DO NOT have a fence or a wall for supports. These plants IN POTS...are 5-6 feet tall and need support.
I planted a tomato plant in a pot. .it has grown really big and bushy .it has a lot of small tomato and blooms on it .my brother thinks I should trim the plant becaus... See more
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 am growing potatoes, and some of them if piping out if the ground, and those are green. But I am not sure why. Maybe because the plant is full green?
growing cucumbers in ground they come out&get about 4 inchs &turn brown/yellow instead of staying green ??
Can I add a new small tomato plant in the same large pot that I’ve got my big tomatoe plant?
How can my students do more on a small space? They enjoy plantings the flowers & veggies?
My tomato garden is always in the same spot and can not be moved. Crop rotation is not an option. My garden size is 8' x 10'
I haven't been covering my onions all the way and part of them are turning green. Am I supposed to cover them completely as they grow?
I plant it but it never forms heads, it stays leggy
A lot of my new tomat seed looks like you can see on the photo. I have taken the feeds from last years tomat. I have had aphids in the plants this year.Hope someone c... See more
In a bag or a container of some sort.
I've heard that adding epsom salt wh planting tomatoes will help keep early blight away from tomatoes