We have 2 sago palms in the front yard against the house. They keep getting new shoots around the bottom and those have to cut off constantly. How can I get rid of ... See more
A monarch was on my patio this a.m. and tho she visited my milkweed plants, she laid 6 eggs on a plumeria leaf???? Do I try to transfer the baby cats when they hatch ... See more
i have new plants popping up from roots .unable to dig out original vines and they took over garden and going under wall into lawn
Not you typical DYI but no one can help me. I have a very healthy holiday cactus that I knocked over and broke pot. Instantly the cactus went limp, lost its color a... See more
We had a few cold nights here in Arizona, below 32F. Are they dead or will they come back?? They are all brown
The tallest one is about 3 ft high. It lost all the leave a few months ago, but I believed it was still alive & would come back. It did & now has 7-8 leaves at top. T... See more
Just bought my new home and brought ALL of my plants, (including my banana trees), with me 😁.....my question is... Do I Wait until next spring to plant them in the... See more
My plant is full of This powdery white stuff and i dont want it to die. Please help.
I have a spider plant that I used to start new little plants from but the plants I started don’t have any “babies” growing. The plants are at least 2 years old... See more
My poor Hydranga has never bloomed..it got nice and big and the leaves are great but I get these nasty looking dried flower heads...It gets some morning, early aftern... See more
My hydrangeas are starting to get their leaves. But most of the new leaves on old wood look like they're dying immediately. The new leaves on new wood look okay. Shou... See more
Besides mulch to my existing perennial gardens, what should I use to keep the weeds down?
Some of my plants do not bloom anymore. I was told to use 13-13-13. What time of the year do I use it?
Trying to recycle some kitchen castoffs, and heard that used coffee grounds sprinkled in the garden soil are helpful for the plants.