When should I repot a little succulent plan
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
i planted a azalea about 5 yrs ago, it blooms flowers in the śpring but don’t look like it’s growing. It’s planted in a spot that is about 80% shade is that wh... 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
It has dropped 12-15 leaves in the last two days. My first thought is it wasn’t getting enough light, so I moved it to our north back door that gets light all day. ... See more
How late can I plant clover seeds in Tennessee?
I inherited a Christmas cactus from my very green-thumbed grandmother about 6 months ago. She lived in SC and had a greenhouse, but I live in NC and don't. I've kept ... See more
My hosta are being destroyed. Does anyone know what I should do to save them. Snails & some kind of small unidentified bug (see photo 1) are attacking them & no telli... See more
I really enjoy the look and ease of having succulents in flower pots around the garden. How do I propagate them? Can I make cuttings from all succulents? D. Garza
We have 3 Endless Summer Hydrangeasthat barely bloomed all summer. (They have had many flowers in previous years.) Any advice on how to care for them over winter to g... See more
So, being fascinated by both plants, planting and plant design, I purchased a horse shaped wire topiary. After putting it together, I filled it with peat moss, since ... See more
Well, I've always used salt as a weed killer in my yard. In fact, it's been my personal experiences that it's more like a "kill anything green" effect on plants so I... See more
I planted my petunias about a week now, & something is eating holes in the flower. In the pot I also have a mum planted.
spots on it when I try to grow basil. Any idea why? And when I use the basil, do these spots have to be removed?
I was told that Nasturtiums were quite tasty. Is this true?
I have multiple types of hydrangeas planted in a special area in my front yard. The hydrangeas just don't grow very much or bloom very well. There are pine trees all ... See more
I am a novice gardener (no experience with flowers & very little with veggies). My family and I live in a rental property with long established azaleas & hydrangeas i... See more
I live in zone 6 and my lavender is all brown. Is it dead?