• Do my golden oyster mushrooms look ok?

    Do my golden oyster mushrooms look ok?

    This is my very first time growing mushrooms.
    This is my very first time growing mushrooms.
    8 answers · 15 hours ago
  • I am seeing a lot of Valentines flower on the trash bin?

    I am seeing a lot of flowers in the trash can last valentines day. I am feeling a bit of sympathy to those flower growers for this special occasion. I am now wondering, why are the couples waste such a beautiful product made/arrange by people who cast a good luck love to them going to trash bin? I want to... show more
    I am seeing a lot of flowers in the trash can last valentines day. I am feeling a bit of sympathy to those flower growers for this special occasion. I am now wondering, why are the couples waste such a beautiful product made/arrange by people who cast a good luck love to them going to trash bin? I want to understand why...
    21 answers · 5 days ago
  • If pull English ivy off of tree trunks , can you just lay the vines in soil and cover them to get instant English ivy coverage on ground?

    as the vines on the trees have roots already formed? or if were to propagate English ivy from these vines..can you just put them in a wheel barrow full of water for a few days and get them to form roots then and then put dirt over them>?
    as the vines on the trees have roots already formed? or if were to propagate English ivy from these vines..can you just put them in a wheel barrow full of water for a few days and get them to form roots then and then put dirt over them>?
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • How do gardening books determine if a tree likes full sun or shade or partial sun best? can plant a dogwood in full sun okay?

    Best answer: The people who write the books use the experience they have and that many generations of gardeners have about the conditions that are best for each plant. You can put any plant any place you like, but if you put it in conditions that aren't where it does best then be prepared to have a plant or tree that... show more
    Best answer: The people who write the books use the experience they have and that many generations of gardeners have about the conditions that are best for each plant. You can put any plant any place you like, but if you put it in conditions that aren't where it does best then be prepared to have a plant or tree that doesn't do as well as it could, gets pests and diseases because it's weak, or just plain dies. It's best to mimic, as best you can, the plant's natural environment, the kind of place that the plant or tree has adapted to grow best over many thousands of years. Dogwoods, in nature, are what they call 'understory' trees. They grow under taller trees, in a relatively cool and shady environment.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Any ideas on how to turn a newly planted tree upright after it was rolled off onto its side & the root ball weighs over 1000 lb?

    Best answer: Is some kind of fabric wrapped around the root ball? If so, lighten the load by removing the fabric, and also remove all the soil around the roots. Put bare roots in a shallow wide hole and refill hole. Make sure to plant the tree high, exposing the root flare, so that you can see the top or roots at the surface of... show more
    Best answer: Is some kind of fabric wrapped around the root ball? If so, lighten the load by removing the fabric, and also remove all the soil around the roots. Put bare roots in a shallow wide hole and refill hole. Make sure to plant the tree high, exposing the root flare, so that you can see the top or roots at the surface of the ground.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Which type of flower would you pick?

    Rose, Lily or Tulip?
    Rose, Lily or Tulip?
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • Could anyone tell me what kind of plant this is?

    Could anyone tell me what kind of plant this is?

    Received as a gift and I would like to know what it is/how to take care of it.
    Received as a gift and I would like to know what it is/how to take care of it.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is this plant dead? If not, what can I do to save it?

    Is this plant dead? If not, what can I do to save it?

    Best answer: It looks very dead. The best test is to cut through a stem. If the stem is green and slightly moist inside, it is alive. If it is brown and dry, that stem is dead. If the stem is dead, try cutting a lower one. If you reach the soil level and the stem is still brown and dry inside, the entire plant is very... show more
    Best answer: It looks very dead.
    The best test is to cut through a stem. If the stem is green and slightly moist inside, it is alive. If it is brown and dry, that stem is dead. If the stem is dead, try cutting a lower one. If you reach the soil level and the stem is still brown and dry inside, the entire plant is very definitely dead.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would putting a transparent material between the sun and object be considered as indirect sunlight?

    I'm trying to create a place for my succulents and wanted to make them a 'roof' outdoors. I'm planning to put acetate as a material to reduce the intensity of the sun since succulents do not like direct sunlight. Would the acetate as a material be effective? Or does it help reducing the rays of the... show more
    I'm trying to create a place for my succulents and wanted to make them a 'roof' outdoors. I'm planning to put acetate as a material to reduce the intensity of the sun since succulents do not like direct sunlight. Would the acetate as a material be effective? Or does it help reducing the rays of the sun? Would it be considered as an indirect sunlight? Note that I live in the tropical region so it kinda gets hot in my area during summer time.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Does the Wind in the United States usually blow from West to East? or mostly from the West? how depends?

    Best answer: In general, west to east, due to the rotation of the earth. However, locally, wind may come from any direction, usually due to temperature differences where air will move from areas of higher pressure (usually warmer) to lower pressure.
    Best answer: In general, west to east, due to the rotation of the earth. However, locally, wind may come from any direction, usually due to temperature differences where air will move from areas of higher pressure (usually warmer) to lower pressure.
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can a full sun / partial shade plant survive in only 2 -3 hours direct sun?

    I have 5 golden duranta plants and two of them only get an 1.5 hours of sun in the morning and 1.5 hours sun in the afternoon because of my neighbors big tree that blocks almost all sun to my yard. The tag on the plants says they need full sun to partial shade, will they survive?
    I have 5 golden duranta plants and two of them only get an 1.5 hours of sun in the morning and 1.5 hours sun in the afternoon because of my neighbors big tree that blocks almost all sun to my yard. The tag on the plants says they need full sun to partial shade, will they survive?
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • What is this type of plant?

    What is this type of plant?

    my mum and dad got this plant as a wedding present about 28 years ago and we do not know what type of plant this is, in case this isn't obvious it's a house plant.
    my mum and dad got this plant as a wedding present about 28 years ago and we do not know what type of plant this is, in case this isn't obvious it's a house plant.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Could any trees, bushes, plants or flowers grow in Antarctica if planted?

    Best answer: Unfortunately it is too frigid for plant life to thrive there. If it were to warm up, then it would definitely be possible.

    Underneath the kilometers of ice, is a vast ancient jungle, so we know things grew there thousands of years ago.
    Best answer: Unfortunately it is too frigid for plant life to thrive there. If it were to warm up, then it would definitely be possible.

    Underneath the kilometers of ice, is a vast ancient jungle, so we know things grew there thousands of years ago.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can you agree that a tree is the most versatile plant that we have?

    Best answer: Totally agree ! I love trees they are so amazingly wonderfull !
    Best answer: Totally agree ! I love trees they are so amazingly wonderfull !
    16 answers · 1 week ago