I Moved My Plant and It's Dying?

Answer Transplanting flowers, vegetables, shrubs and young trees is necessary when a plant has outgrown its container or when you decide to change your landscaping. However, moving a plant stresses it, wh... Read More »

Top Q&A For: I Moved My Plant and It's Dying

Have you ever had to leave a beautiful plant behind when you moved away?

Your lucky it's a beautiful tree that the new family is enjoying as much as you once did. It's a beautiful gift, and I know you must miss it so much. My mother went through the same thing. At our o... Read More »

Why Is My Basil Plant Dying?

Home gardens often include varieties of basil for their versatility, taste and ease of growth. Basil is a hardy, drought tolerant herb that is susceptible to fungal and bacterial pathogens. Additio... Read More »

How to Determine Why a Plant Is Dying?

If your plant is dying, but you don't know why, checking a few things can help determine the reason why your plant is looking dead. By knowing what your plant is and the conditions it needs to grow... Read More »

How to Care for a Dying Mum House Plant?

Known for having the ability to withstand long bouts of direct sunlight, chrysanthemums, or mums, make good flowers for the garden and the house. Many varieties of mums are available and come in mo... Read More »