I want to cover/disguise my neighbor's chair link fence on my side - which I assume would be cheaper than putting in my own new fence. What bushes or plants would pro... See more
It grows from compost, berries are not very sweet. I am adding some pictures.
Bought this about a week ago thought I could work with it as far as getting it healthy again. I see little improvement. Can you tell me if its dying or if it still ha... See more
I LOVE LOVE LOVE succulents. But it never fails that they become unruly and a mere shadow of themselves. I truly have tried to trim them back, sculpt them like a topi... See more
my plant is falling over and I keep the dirt just moist.
Hihow I can make my plants clean and shinythanks
My Meyers lemon patio tree lemons keep growing bigger and bigger but don't turn yellow! I've had to pick two because I was afraid they would spoil on the vine. Why a... See more
I've tried putting 1 in the garage, but it died. I'm considering planting it in the ground and mulch it really well. What do I do?
I don't like the way the flowers look Because I don't like the long shoots they grow on. Can anyone help me out with this on. Thanks Patti
I just purchased a fig leaf plant - and would like to know how to care for it - should I mist it etc?They are very expensive and I don't want to watch it slowly die?T... See more
Now that the weather is colder my house plants are looking dull and has less life to them. What do I do to give that beautiful shine and healthy look?
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
Can anyone tell me what plant can handle full sun and at least 103% heat, looking for something that will get bushy and full with pretty flowers.
I’m trying to find out why the leaves in my Boston fern is turning brown. I usually have it sitting on the deck on the back of my house which faces east. I make su... See more
I have a very sunny area in front of my dining room windows. I would like some form of naturalistic looking trellis, at least 6 feet tall maybe as much as 8 feet tall... See more
Is it too early to spread grass seed in some bare lawn spots. I am in SE Mich.