Spring is here!! And this is a serious eye sore!! I dont want to get rid of it. For privacy reasons...
We just replaced our 42-yr-old subdivision sign. It had shrubs all around it but they were too tall and full of weeds. The man who was tasked with cutting them much l... See more
I put it in the dark last month and brought it out. It is VERY dry. I can’t seem to get either one to bloom?
Just wondering what happened to my Gojiberry plant leaves and how to fix it?
I have ONE Sungold cherry tomato plant that has been attacked. Leaves are yellow and there are small delicate spider webs ON TOP and between the leaves (not under the... See more
my aloe vera and a couple of my hybrid aloe succulents stems just mushed off from the base. Separated completely from the root. I don’t know what happened.
Can anyone suggest a hardy shrub/plant that can be used in a hedge about 3ft tall, that can handle full sun in zone 9?I would like for the hedge to offer some type of... See more
Resurrection plant is all dried up. So what do I do with it now?
In winter when we do not have enough sunlight or heat, please describe how to take care of house plants.
Hi everyone. I live is southern Ontario and am wondering if it is to late in the season to move bushes around?
We have a variety of shrubs and I have been told in the past that some should be trimmed in fall others in spring. Then there are those that require a complete cut b... See more
Many of it's leaves are turning brown and dying. I transplanted it into a large enough pot and keep the soil moist. I can't figure out why this is happening.
How can I keep lower foliage on tomato plants from turning yellow? Is this an insect or fungus problem?
Pr based several over the years
My lawn guy has fertilized, fed, and even laid more squares of fresh grass. that to died eventually. I do water. if there is a worm or something that is eating the... See more
Is it possible that they need more fertilizer? I only water them when I see that the top of the soil is dry-ish, and they are in planters that hang on a wall, they fa... See more
What is the best way to collect trimmings after cutting so that they don’t make a mess in my river rock
I had it in an East location but moved it four years ago to a west area. It gets afternoon sun. What am I doing wrong?
The first frost has happened and the dead flowers are still there. Should I wait till spring to touch them?
I want something that will make it look fresh and neat and something that will last all spring/summer. This flower bed is new, so it is sparce and looks unfinished.
The town that I live in is selling community garden plots. I have an in home daycare and thought this could be a really great experience for them. The only problem is... See more