Can someone tell me how to propogate succulents? I just loooooove my succulents and I just found out that I can grow new ones from the old ones. That is SOOOO cool! ... See more
Making wedding arrangements in logs. Some of my root balls are too big.
I have a small container of knock out roses, can I safely plant them before the Indiana weather hits?
My Boston ferns are a dull light green color instead of a glossy dark green. ?Reason? Suggestions ?
I'm not sure if you can see the glass container I wish to use, it is under the jar of seashells between the two pieces of furniture. . . so it is almost window sill ... See more
I am just hoping to find a good, easy way to make some boxes for different plants!! I am looking to make my garden easier to get through!!!!!!!
I want to grow moss on an old China sink. How would I go about it
I have a small wooden planter that hangs in front step wall. It gets morning shade and afternoon sun. I cant seem to get anything to grow in it. Ideas are appreciate... See more
I want to add more vegetable garden space, but I have a small yard. I am thinking about making a vertical garden. I am thinking about building something like the pict... See more
Put stiroform in the bottons of the pots or ground. It help keep the plant moist.
Hello! friends can help me? I need to use this base to put some plants and don't know how. Any ideas?
I just moved into a new place with great window boxes, but right now they're just full of old weeds. I want to start growing a few herbs. What are some good tips and ... See more
Yesterday while looking for plants and there was a peace of a plant that looked healthy, I asked if I could take it they said yes so I brought it home and replanted i... See more
I am looking for the best type of container perennials.
I have heard of using Styrofoam pellets at the bottom of pots, has any one used crushed up plastic grocery bags the same way, does this work as filler and drainage?
The info card on the plant at the store said that hydrangeas like compact soil and could survive in a planter, so I decided to give it a try. Has anyone done this bef... See more