As I was pruning one of my Knock Out rose bush, I notices it has grown a stem filled with thorns and the leaves are bushy instead of 5 leaf structure. What does thi... See more
I moved into a new apartment with only west light windows. My Christmas cactus was used to being in an east window and thrived very well, full and 100's of flowers. N... See more
My Hibiscus bush has multiple blooms, but they only open to about half. Do I need to put something on the bush to make the blooms open up fully?
Hello all, I would like some advise on how I can train my mandevilla to climb the trellis. I have tried pinching but it still does not climb up- it is producing lots... See more
This plant is 2 years old. There are only a few branches left. Can these be replanted? Should I remove the dead stems?
Our TV room sounds very hollow because there are no curtains or fabric covered furniture. Would indoor plants make any difference?
The boxes are each 24" to 30" long and about 7" deep and 7" wide. I have 7 boxes. Is one plant for each box enough?
Otherwise, it looks healthy. See pictures. Thank you.
Should you remove old mulch before putting down new mulch? If you are changing the color?
Spots on leaves then they get almost translucent appearances
I need to know what permanent marker is actually permanent for the garden. I want to label my heuchera plants so I will know the name of them in the future.
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 have one tree that produces fruit. Can I take the pits and grow my own trees? I have heard that the pits must be frozen for some time or they won't grow! Can someon... See more
We received this beautiful plant as a gift, but I have no clue what it is called or how to take care of it.Any Hometalkers out there know? Much appreciated!
We're in SC. We have clay instead of soil! What is the best way to plant flowers and bushes. It's almost impossible to dig up enough clay to add soil to plant in. Any... See more
I love to plant these and eat the produce, but they spread so much, I would like to find a way to contain them so that they do not spread into my other plants and yar... See more
This plant was here when I moved here 2 years ago.I think it's a hydrangea,but it has never bloomed.If this is what it is what do I need to do to get it to bloom?
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.
Is it hard to get the plant to grow stems on the inside of the plant? So far, the plant is growing on the left and the right sides--looking good though.