This must have been a "bonus" . I think it is a hellebore . I would like to cut the long stems with only leaves at the end. Any harm in doing that ? Then replant in ... See more
I received this beautiful wood pen holder from my husband's grandmother, and while I think the wood is beautiful, I just don't need another pen holder. A friend sugge... See more
Every year this happens to my Hostas. I have tried putting beer in pans and that did not help and this year I am using something called Eliminator - slug and snail ki... See more
I bought this mint plant from the farmers market about 3 weeks ago and it was bushy and thriving, but now it's leggy with brown stems. I bought neem oil to fight the ... See more
I have had one in my home for around 30 years but lately it has been losing more leaves than usual.
What causes a house plant to turn brown on various parts ofits leaves? Is it best to trim the brown part out?
1. My Hydrangea is getting it's leaves for the spring. I noticed there are a lot of twigs / branches that don't have leaves yet. Am I supposed to trim back some of th... See more
I just got my first green house and have but three beds in it but am not sure what would be good to plant over this winter
I planted my gift MUM in a basket . Will it be ok?..Thanks
We just moved into a new home. The previous owners created beautiful gardens in the front and back of the house. There are a lot of plants I don't recognize. I'm not ... See more
I have burning bushes lining my back of the house that have been there for many, many, many years, but have only turned red every now and then and only on the tips. I... See more
Many of it's leaves are turning brown and dying. I transplanted it into a large enough pot and keep the soil moist. I can't figure out why this is happening.
Both my big windows are covered by porch roofs. I'm not sure how much sunlight it takes for an indoor herb garden, but there is indirect light.
I was told that Nasturtiums were quite tasty. Is this true?
Bought a new home the soil is really bad clay.
I have a 10 year old Hydrangea bush that needs to be re-shaped. I live in N.W. Ga. when is the best time to trim it and fertilize it. It is very tall and did not bl... See more
Every time I transplant from a pot they die after a few weeks. Thought they were perennials. How do I keep them so they spread out and come back yearly?