We planted a variety of white caladium a couple weeks ago under an oak tree and, following the suggestions of one of the websites, we watered them with Miracle Grow. ... See more
I have had my lilac bushes for over seven years and they still will not bloom. What do I need to do for them?
It was listed as helpful hints on your web site
my plant is falling over and I keep the dirt just moist.
What are some tricks to do to get hostas to grow beautifully?
I am not sure if these leaves are just a normal thing to have occur or am I doing something wrong. Sure wish it would be a bit fuller; only had it about 4 months and ... See more
Its getting brown spots and dead leaves
The new growth is shriveled, I don't see any bugs, like aphids . The tree I planted two years ago and have followed directions of fertilizing , watering , etc.
I cut the top off two plate size echieverias and laid them on the patio table in the shade. About 4-5 days later I repotted them, I mixed cactus/succulent soil with ... See more
close together. How can I safely spread them out for more growing room.
I live in a high mountain valley desert where we are in drought conditions more often than not. I would like to do my yard in perennials. I work crazy long hours in t... See more
I was told that Nasturtiums were quite tasty. Is this true?
they have mostly died from cold weather.i tried covered with towels an put on Patio, neither worked 👮♀️👮♀️👮😊😊�?!???,
We have some beautiful blue Hydrangias but the old flowers do not look good. The plant is thriving but I am worried the old flowers will drain energy from the plant. ... See more
I have been told to never trim my hydrangeas. Is this correct?
I planted my bush on the west side of my House and it gets more afternoon sun . By late afternoon the petals of the flower start looking very wilted should I move i... See more
Every time I transplant from a pot they die after a few weeks. Thought they were perennials. How do I keep them so they spread out and come back yearly?
My bay window in my living room faces west and it's the biggest window in the house. I want to start seeds, but don't like the traditional seed trays, dirt mess that ... See more