My beautiful Christmas Cactus is about 10 years old, big , full, hearty and mostly healthy.Periodically I get white fuzz on the stems. I've read to spray it with an a... See more
How to I protect my potted perennials so they can back next year
I have wild ferns that have been growing right down in front of my house. It stay very moist there. I have tried the vintage and water. It burnt them but still they c... 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.
Just read an article I found on the Farmer's Almanac website, well it was someone selling a book that was linked to the website. They suggested cutting the leaves off... See more
I bought a few succulents two weeks ago, replanted them in soil, and put them on my coffee table. This week, two of the succulents began drooping -- their leaves open... See more
The spot that I am thinking of is not overly moist...I have some Astilbe there and they are doing great.
I have a spider plant that has very long leaves. So long it is making the leaves flop over the sides of the pot so you can see the center of the plant. It is not root... See more
When and how do I trim my gooseberry bushes
I brought my Begonia plant in its a Angel wings i guess is that posinus to animals
I lost a tree this spring so my shade loving hosta need to be removed. What sun loving 10" mounding perinnial plant could I replace the hosta with? Would be nice to... See more
My pepper plants are potted together. They are growing very well. They flower but do not produces peppers. What could be the problem?
I tried climbing roses and they didn't live.
I have a row of massive Pines growing near my home. We have typical Wisconsin clay soil. I would love to have either trillium or ferns growing underneath. Without spe... See more
Hi Everyone, I have a ton of plants to dig up from my dads property and keep whatever I wanted. I am wondering where is the best location for raspberry bushes? I want... See more
Currently it is a large flower bed with 2 inch mulch of cedar chips. How and with what should I amend the soil? Do I need to remove the bark chips first or can I just... See more
Long Island, NY - growing zone
My bushes are getting to tall and need to be trimmed down. I live in Michigan.
My poor Hydranga has never bloomed..it got nice and big and the leaves are great but I get these nasty looking dried flower heads...It gets some morning, early aftern... See more