Im in Spain-but on a holiday to USA I fell in love with a Confederate Rose plant - the flowers change colour throughout the day, white -pink then deep lilac, I ant fi... See more
I am putting pavers down in garden to prevent weeding, too much for my back, I have a lot of gladiolus and daffodils and want to save them. If i transplant them now ... See more
Hello. I dont know too much about gardening. Is it possible to start planting rose seeds in a wooden window box type of planter? It will be in the backyard. If yes, w... See more
They were bought in pots they have bloomed and only have the stalks. Do i cut and put bulbs in ground? Help
but has these blackened leaves on it. One next to it is the same but 3 others very close-by are perfect. I guess I should pull off the black leaves or should I but th... See more
I have some irises over running my tiger lily in my walk way, when’s and how do transfer plants. Am a Brooklyn boy living in country town liking this pretty flower ... See more
I have mums in pots for fall decor. When should they be planted in ground.? Happy Fall everyone.
I have flowers that I missed planting in the spring but I live in Florida & our seasons always warm so can I plant flowers past their time?
The plant is healthy as you can see, but those roots are taking up to much space. Anyone know if its ok to just snip them in half, not to get rid of them altogether.
My fushia plant is going to seed. I would like to know how to prepare the seeds for growing new plants. I have tried in the past and failed terribly.
The flowers I planted this year need to be deadheaded every day for them to keep blooming nicely. What could I plant that would not need quite as much attention?
I know that some flowers should no be because the nutrients are returned to the plant or bulb somehow. I was not sure about Alium
I didn't get to them. And they spent the winter in my unheated garage. Now what do I do with them?
They will be in full sun
What bushes can I plant that can tolerate wet roots? Drainage is poor in clay soil, even though we have tried to put in a lot of soil on top of the clay.
I give them once a week water and once every other week African violet food
Hi, I have a very shaded yard. The flowers I've tried in the past died because of the lack of sun. Can anyone recommend plants that do well in the shade?