Roxana These "stems with tiny flowers" popped out of our giant desert succulent plant. Does anyone know the name of the giant, dome-shaped succulent that these stems popped out of? (We have had the succulent for decades, however, with all the rain this past year, seven of these new stems with flowers … Read more »
Sandy B. i'm new to this forum so unsure how I ask the following. I uploaded a pic of a plant earlier today (thank you for helping me identify it Teresa!) but my question is my large pot is getting too small. do I need to re pot my peace lily or can I somehow prune it? I'd prefer to prune but unsure … Read more »Tuesday February 11 at 21:42
Bernadette O. Another photo of the unknown stowaway.. I'm not sure how many photos you can upload for a query.. hopefully this helps my enquiry. thanking you
Bernadette O. Hello MyGardeners, I'm new to this site and have a query about a 'stowaway' plant that is growing in a pot on my Windowsill (South West Ireland) I've asked local gardeners what it could be, but to no avail. It has grown to be about 3feet tall and I'd love to no how to care for it.. even though it … Read more »
To laze around in the courtyard and cherish every moment, you require proper furnishing comprising of matching chairs and table.
Speaking specifically of the table, you could either choose a conventional piece that goes well with your existing set-up or let your imagination a bit loose and pick ...
Spiraea belongs to the Rosaceae family. It is native to the temperate zones of the northern hemisphere. It comprises about 100 species. Some species of this genus are: Spiraea cantoniensis, Spiraea arguta, Spiraea prunifolia, Spiraea japonica, Spiraea salicifolia, Spiraea acuminata, Spiraea x ...