I have been offered some beautiful iris plants, zone 7b. Googled but am looking for real experience with transplanting (when) and caring for them. TY
Is it ok to cut the leaves down on iris when blooming is done? I had heard that it doesn’t matter, it would make the garden neater looking.
Do you know how to prevent tomato wilt? Is there something my soil needs? Thank you
Very frustrated the foliage is magnificent on my hydrangeas bushes so green and lush but not a single bloom and no signs of any to come. What should I do to prepare f... See more
What is the best time of the year to feed my roses? Fall or Spring?? If I feed and trim after a bloom will they reproduce more roses??
I've had this rosebush for 3-4 yrs and did great the first 2 years. Always trimmed it back before winter. Last year only got 3-4 blossoms. This year not one blossom y... See more
Or every other year?
I had some strong "plastic" decorative edging between my flowers and the public pathway on the verge. Unfortunately somebody tramped it all down and destroyed some of... See more
It just keeps getting taller and taller..I can’t find anything that matches.
How to rehab a rose bed ,once it has been let go?
I grew up in the city and never planted flowers before, believe it or not, now live in house with a small lawn and would like to plant flowers - any suggestions for s... See more
What kind of flowers can I plant that butterflies will be attracted to?
I received just the bottom part of plant with the roots. I transplanted it immediately. It has been over two weeks and no sign of growth. Is the plant dead, or doe... See more
My grandma grew peonies in Sleeper, MO . She passed away when I was 6 but I remember her lovely flowers and reading "Black Beauty" to me.
This is one of three in a r aided bed garden that is filled with mulch. This plant is the only plant that I have noticed that the thorns look abnormal. Lots of the ... See more