I bought 2 of these plants a couple of months ago from a reputable nursery. They were very striking! They are bright yellow and green stems that stand up stiffly al... See more
Hi, I just bought some succulents online. And I know that I'm supposed to change the soil. Any suggestions what is the best soil for potted succulents? Thanks a bunch... See more
What do I need to do to keep it alive? Thank you in advance.
In winter when we do not have enough sunlight or heat, please describe how to take care of house plants.
My fall raspberries are being eaten by something. Whatever it is puts a hole in the top and sucks the juice out. I have a picture of a worm but only found one so don'... See more
I know you can propagate some plants using cuttings and or rooting hormone. I’d like to know when the best time to do this with Honeysuckle Vine and also with the F... See more
A master gardener told me last night that when the flowers are done, twist the stem, bend it in two, and put a rubber band around it. She says this stem is where next... See more
Is this dead or going thru a process?
What are some shade friendly plants that I can plant in a tree shady area? I have caladiums & hostas planted there now, but would like to add some other plants as we... See more
i live I Md we’ve have an excessive amount of rain recentlY. They get full sun. i always check moisture before watering. Ph level is ok too. Not sure what next step... See more
Iv'e always grow a garden. This year I'm trying some herbs. At the end of season should I air dry or use dehydrator?
I notice the plant dirt appears very dry; when I water it, it immediately loses water out of the bottom of the pot.
I have several doing well but, one is scraggly with only a few leaves and no blooms.
they have mostly died from cold weather.i tried covered with towels an put on Patio, neither worked 👮♀️👮♀️👮😊😊�?!???,
I spend a lot of times attending to them. I have never sprayed with any chemicalsin recent years all my effort are wasted since the fruit rots three quarter of the wa... See more
i would like to do some gardening, but the soil is sandy, what flowers should I be looking for to grow.
My hydrangea is the type with coarse leaves. I believe it is a tea cup hydrangea.i have had it for 20 years. It is inthe south part of my garden. It receives after... See more
Long Island, NY - growing zone
The leaves of my orchids look dry and brown, some of them are starting to bloom but the leaves dont look very healthy! help