I have sodded and seeded but for some reason it becomes a dirt pile again.
I live in middle Tennessee and am thinking about planting Leland cypress trees to create privacy between the back of my house and my neighbor. I’m not sure how far ... See more
I moved into a new apartment with only west light windows. My Christmas cactus was used to being in an east window and thrived very well, full and 100's of flowers. N... See more
I have an Aero Garden where you grow things hydroponically with liquid- I wanted to transplant the larger herbs into soil but it doesn't seem to work. The plant dies.... See more
Hello,My husband and I are looking to make our own tinctures and mint candies. To save time we'd like to clone our mint plants instead of buying seeds. I read about h... See more
Does it grow fast from seed, should I buy small plants or full fown? - Rationale is I don;t need it for this year's pool season (OVER in 4 weeks!), but would be nice... See more
Resurrection plant is all dried up. So what do I do with it now?
Nothing sends to grow in this soil. Planted so many plants and most have died.
What is causing the leaves on these plans to be turning brown? To much water? Not enough water? To much sun? Not enough sun? I have no clue. Can anybody tell me? And... See more
I purchased two last spring and new growth start out but don’t grow much. Exiting long leave are so thin and with n days they are folding over soon to turn yellow! ... See more
The mint has taken over the flower bed.I don't want to kill my other plants.so,what can I do
I left my iris in the ground Over winter (my friend said I could) but now I amConcerned they have frozen. Will they comeBack? We had temperatures of zero and several ... See more
I have a very shaded area. I would like to plant Perennials in our flower beds. I would like to know which plants would be good in a shady garden in my area.
So I know you need to bust up the clay and throw in a lot of organic materials when replanting. The rule of thumb is that the hole should be 3x the diameter of the ro... See more
No blooms all summer. Have 7 plants all about 6 feet tall. Very healthy foliage. What's wrong???
Should I do it now - immediately, or in the spring, which would end up being early May.
I have a hydrangea that has been in my garden for the past 3 years and has yet to flower. Looks healthy. Can anyone help??
When do you prune crepe mertle bushes? Mine look like they are all dead.
We live in Northwest Alabama. The soil is hard with a lot of clay. We know we will have to add top soil but what else is needed? We've always lived in apartments or r... See more