I am not sure what is causing this damage to my “Dark Mystery” hibiscus leaves. I have looked under the leaves and didn’t find anything significant. There were ... See more
I'm new to the succulent world - but omg, there're many species of succulents indeed! How many are there actually? Anyone knows?
I planted Azalea plant in March-April of this year. Plant was purchased at Costco. I have used right soil while planting it. It grew pretty well till right now in... See more
For the fall and winter should straw be removed from under strawberry plants? I live in central Louisiana. The straw was put under plants to keep strawberries off the... See more
Can anyone tell me what is wrong with my hibiscus plants? I have attached a pic of the leaves.
It is my grandmother's plant and it's going to my mother. By chance, can you tell me what the name of the plant is?
I planted a cactus garden this summer. We have mild winters here in the central coast of CA. but we do get frost with occasional temperatures below 30 deg. I’ve use... See more
I really want to have raised beds for fruits and veggies, and herbs but don’t know what type of soil is needed and when to plant. Thanks so much. Denise
I have a dragon tail that is as wide as an arm chair and about 8 or 9 inches tall. I just have no idea what to do with it, but Ik i want to keep it and upcycle or dis... See more
Live in central Wisconsin, zone 4.
I live in Pennsylvania & love hummingbirds & butterflies.I am looking to plant a bush that will attract both to my back yard.Thank you.
I had my daughters 2 giant schnauzer dogs for 4 months and my yard shows it...It now looks like a cow pasture with holes and clumps of grass and lots of areas with ju... See more
I live in Texas and my hydrangeas always grow tons of flowering blooms, but in the summer, the blooms are colorless and then new greenery grows and covers the blooms!... See more
Im planting in a upright pallet planter and my space is limited. I plan on puting lettuce, chives, peas, peppers and tomatoes and such. Which would grow best by each ... 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?
It says just roll and water.Thank you