I know that I need to keep the mulch away from the bark, not red mulch and putting down newspaper. What type of mulch would you recommend? What is the most cost effec... See more
What time of year is best, and If so How long did it take to regenerate? thanks
What kind of soil do I need for growing fruit trees
Willow branches, much bee, butterfly and bird activity, located in zone 4 Wisconsin
Do you leave the hard pit intact or do you take the seed out ?
It happened last fall too. They fall out in clumps and get thin. Is there anything I can do?
My garden person trimmed a small flowering crab about half it’s size. . Will this kill the tree.?
I have a Mayer lemon tree outside at the moment with 14 lemons on it. It is movable so I wondered how best to keep it alive over the B.C. winter. Thanks.
I’m not sure why this holly tree has such a long bark when others I see have more foliage at the bases. I have asked my landscaper to trim it down to look like a bu... See more
Is there any places in New Hampshire where they have free trees. That they plant for you.
I have a Privet tree with two different leaves on the same trunk.Can anyone enlighten me on what this means ?
Does anyone know what is happening to my trees? All the damage is on the south facing side. I live in Canada.
what should I use for legs? Also the center was hollow but my son filled it in with a beautiful blue resin now it looks like glass in center
Lots of flowers & buds but then lots of tiny cherries just fall off tree never getting bigger enough to eat or ripen. Is this normal?
I love my garden and outdoor art such as wind chimes, rain chains, etc. My tree in the front lawn came down during Irma and now I have nothing to hang things from. L... See more
Garden question. How long does it take for a Monstereo plant fruit to grow and ripen?
I pick and leave them on my countertop until I think they are ready but most times they are not. Either that or I waited too long and they have gone bad. My avocado... See more
lot, just inside my chain link fence. There are large exposed roots, it is almost always damp in that corner...it is about 20 ft from my leach field. My former neighb... See more
On our Oak tree last week, I noticed this green ball that I affectionately named our "Oak Grape" because it looks like a little green grape. I've never seen a "grape"... See more
We have mainly birch trees that are dying, first the limbs go, usually top to bottom, and then the trunk. see photos Jim