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
I have had a honeysuckle vine for many years, never flowered, lots of sun, zone 5..... any suggestions? Thanks.
I lost all my directions.
I have an over hang on my house that we dug out for some flowering bushes (azalea, etc.) We cannot get anything to grow under there to save our life. The year we plan... See more
Does it need to be watered every day when it’s hot?
How to grow a red, trailing mandavilla in zone 11, west coast tropics of Mexico...full sun or part sun? I’ve not had luck trying to grow the red one for the last fe... See more
Lucifer plant will not straighten up. Was straight when planted. No wind to speak of. In full sun. Just planted this summer. Otherwise a very healthy plant. Sho... See more
My girls dad passed and they brought this flower arrangement - I really need your helpThe flowers that are in there i have no clue of what they are
I didn't get to them. And they spent the winter in my unheated garage. Now what do I do with them?
We watch butterflies and hummingbirds drink from our flowers and we are wondering will it replenish or run out?
We live in a hot summer climate but they do get afternoon and evening shade.
This year I am going to plant a colorful border using annuals. What annuals have you used or do you recommend for a border? The area is full to part sun. I am not ... See more
I received a gorgeous plant for my birthday but alas the beautiful flowers have wilted and died. My question is..can I nip off the flowers, keep it moist through the ... See more
My yellow roses do not have enough flowers. What should I put on them so they bloom? I'm in Michigan.
Does anyone know where I can buy the blackberry 'Rueben' in the United States?
I saw these on fb and it said these flowers bloom in the winter. Where are they grown is it only in the southern states? I can't imagine that they grow in the winter ... See more
I just got some gorgeous red bells for 49 cents apiece, I am too tired to google, anyone know off the top of their hat how to freeze them? thank yew...