I have large flower pots outside that aren’t ceramic but appear to be plaster. The outside of the pots are flaking off, sometimes in fairly big chunks. They are sti... See more
It’s ruining my foundation. We thought by installing gutters it would help but it didn’t. I asked this question before but left out some details by accident. Thi... See more
Winter, or can I just remove part of the top layer?
i currently have it propped up on sticks to keep it from bending down. I am going to need a step by step video.Thank You for this forum.
I have beautiful faux plants to fill in side openings but I don’t want dirt to wash away so how do I keep those plants in place
I have a very large hanging basket of verbena and petunias bought at Lowe’s. No saucer. Outdoors I just let it drain in plastic saucer but when I bring in, I need a... See more
Cement a pole (with spaced holes) in a bucket and put terra cotta pots with herbs in it.
I thoughrly soak them with raw linseed oil and use a good weed mat to line after the oil has soaked it. Makes them last a few years if you redo oil once a year.
I am not a gardener but I have some plants in pots on my patio that need to be wintered. I don’t have a garage and my basement has heat. WhAt can I do with the bulb... See more
Just finished blooming with 3 spikes, and its time to repot. I want the same size pot, but i do not know what to do with all those roots to make them fit in the same ... See more
painted clay pots with a varnish finish last out in the weather?
I have a rather long bamboo shoot that is missing the mark on a cool way to display it.The actual stalk is about 14 inches
I'm bringing Boston ferns indoors and need to make drip pans that will attach to their hanging containers. And ideas on what to use and how to attach them?
I want to plant something in my PINK Cast Iron "Garden TUB" that will be pretty in winter in Memphis,TN...HELP!!!!...g
Does anyone have a solution for replacement liners for wrought iron planters. Tired of replacing coconut liners every year. Thanksdb
I live in Tucson. I’d like to plant a garden. Am I better off planting in pots or create beds in the ground which is very sandy. I don’t have irrigation for pots ... See more
Is there something lighter than rocks I can use for drainage in a large flower pot? My granddaughter wants to make a fairy garden, and the pot my wife bought will we... See more
I‘ve seen several pictures using old washtubs hanging on shepherd’s rods as flower planters. When I tried this last year, the weight of the washtub with the flowe... See more
I purchased a sandbox made of cedar which I intend to use for flowers. Should the wood be treated with anything before I plant my flowers?