Gardener to Gardener

Unusual ?but Foolproof -- Houseplants


I can't tell you how many times people have come up to me with a look of embarrassed apology and asked, "Can you recommend a foolproof houseplant for me? I seem to kill everything I try to grow indoors." Well, sure...

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The Freshest Herbs


As with vegetables fresh from the garden, it's hard to beat homegrown herbs for your culinary delight. However, for most of us winter cold puts an end to the outdoor harvest season. Fortunately, if you've got a sunny...

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Peace Lily Care Tips: Give Peace a Chance


Following these easy peace lily care steps will help yours thrive, not just survive...

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Ask & Share Community Highlights

An anonymous user asked:
"My rosemary has survived the first snow of the year. Will it survive the winter in New Hampshire? What next?"

NGA answered:
"Unfortunately, your rosemary plant will not survive outdoors through the winter in New Hampshire. Most rosemary varieties are winter hardy outside only to about Zone 7. To keep your rosemary over the winter, give it..."

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An anonymous user asked:
"My potted Meyer lemon tree was happy outside, not so much inside. Since bringing it indoors the leaves are browning and curling slightly at the ends, and seemingly perfect leaves are falling. But it is producing buds and appears to have new growth."

NGA answered:
"It's not uncommon for a plant like your lemon tree to drop leaves when it's moved abruptly from the high light intensity of outdoor sunlight to the less intense light environment indoors. Eventually your lemon tree will..."

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