I’m thinking I would like to place plants in the end opposite the Faucets. I do not have a green thumb nor decorating skills. Can anyone to help me decide on plac... See more
My neighbors elm tree has grown into my lilac bush sort of bending the bush sideways, it is killing it on the one side where the tree is overtaking it.
I'm thinking of planting some bigger succulents I bought in my garden bed. Anything I need to be aware of?
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
I have a miracle grow “pour and feed single”
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
they all seem to have this mottled green leaf and on the back is spores and maybe what i thought was some grey little spider like critter on the back. I planted these... See more
They look pale green...but otherwise healthy!
What causes the tips of houseplants to turn brown and curl up?
What types of flowering/seasonal plants can take the cool to winter months in NC
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
My mother has a large day lily flower bed, but a lot of the plants have either died or got pulled up or got sprayed with Round-up. I would like to move the ones left... See more
My perennials never come back for a second year, and it's getting really expensive to buy perennials that last only one year.
If I remember correctly the recipe included using vinegar. Can you please find that recipe.
all 3 are large, need to move but when?
Our house is located on a corner lot in our development and has full sun all day. I would like suggestions for plants that will survive in the hot summer sun. Any h... See more
I had beautiful sweet potato plants last summer and they got huge. I don't know why but I thought they were perennial and I would have them again without any fuss. I ... See more
My two small hydrangeas haven't bloomed in three years. This year I did get one bloom. They are planted on a hill in a garden area and get sun.
My hydrangea bush is looking very unhealthy. I normally let the flowers die off, but should I cut it right back,and if so, when
I have tried planting a Hydrangea in my back yard and they just won't grow. I live in Virginia and our dirt is mostly red clay. I see the bushes in a lot of other ya... See more
They are facing southwest. What to do?