I am looking for attractive perennial flowers that can handle shade. I want to plant in between perennial leafy plants around base of tree. Any suggestions of somethi... See more
should I turn over the soil? I have a wildflower section every year and not sure if it is better to turn over the soil or just top off with compost.
I have dug up tons of iris bulbs that are in a spot that I didn't like at our new house. Do I wait until spring or replant them now in the fall? Should they be fres... See more
I have all of my roses in pots and would love to put the in the ground in one location. When is the best time of year to do this
Almost all of my front yard is full sun. I love pretty colorful flowers. Maybe, mosquito repellant or butterfly flowers would be great. I need to have (7/8) plants w/... See more
I have a concrete planter about 6 feet long below a similar sized picture window, and would like to establish some type of perennial flowers in it. I'm thinking perh... See more
The area is small, shaped like the letter L, right now I have wood planks supporting it off to keep the soil from running when it rains, I’m renting my residence,... See more
Leaves deeply veined, opposite each other. Woody stems. Thx for any help
they often have a disease these days. The only sun these will get is some in the afternoon. I want something fairly low-maintenance. The bare dirt space you see in th... See more
My are now ready to be either cut until next but I need to move them because they are crowded. Is now a good time to do that or should I wait until spring? I don't wa... See more
I bought tulip bulbs in Holland and did not get them planted yet- what is the best way to keep them or should I try to get them in the ground now? I am in MN
here's what I mean in this photo of the large tamotoes. Thanks
I am an 85 year old and my hono-hono orchids are in bloom......is there anyone out there in flowerland interested in orchids?
The flowers are not doing well, they are dying. They have little holes.
Does anyone know where I can buy the blackberry 'Rueben' in the United States?