The J.Beetles Will Not Eat List.
I came across this list and thought I would share it. I consider it a general guideline because some of the plants listed have been attacked by the beasties. For instance, I know that petunias and dogwoods have been affected by them here in my area. Sorry for the long… More
Kitty litter bucket??
Hi! I'm new here, just found this site while searching via Google for info on pot size for tomato plants. I have a kitty litter bucket (actually, TONS of them!) that I thought I would use. It's about 9" X 12" and 15" deep. It originally held 40 pounds of… More
...Robin who keeps on trying to build a nest in my 2 flower boxes which currently have pansies in them. Any ideas besides tapping the window to make him change his mind? More
Do you think a grasshopper did this?
...atever it is, it is only eating my white pansies, flowers only? More
Athens Texas cold weather
...and petunia and very small bachelor buttons in my flower garden. I am worried about the weather being to cold for them. The Marigold and Bachlor buttons I planted as seeds and they have just come threw about 1/2 inch the others were… More
advice on what to plant in my new idea, "flower garden shaped like a house"
...ouse. So far I have put in a couple of Petunia's, pansy's, and marigold also I have planted bachlor button… More
Plant ID very tall yellow daisy like flower without the petals
...irements. Tall 5 foot plus, marigold-like leaves. Flowers could be described simply as buttons - just like shasta daisies without any petals. In my opinion it can be an attractive… More
..., he didn't think you can just get seeds from any flower, that some would have to be pollinated first? It may sound ignorant, but I have always assumed you could just get seeds from any flower that's reached it's potential and/or… More
Can/should I try to save these pansies?
...ots). Now they are past their prime. I still have flowers on them but they are sparse and smaller than before. I live in zone 6, and I think that the hot weather has really done a… More
... was growing up, I remember picking little Purple flowers with yellow centers, about 4" tall, in my gram's backyard. They resemble mini violets, but they grow wild. I am trying to figure out what their scientific name is so that I can obtain some seeds or grown plants… More