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62 Comments About this Article

  • Tammi Berrang
    I have a patio garden, and some of the leafy plants like eggplant and green beans have some white spots on top of their leaves, some of these spots have grown into holes... any suggestions?

    Posted 1 year ago

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  • Laurie Cooney
    I am just beginning to grow herbs, I need to transplant them from their pods from the grower into pots what is the best kind of soil should I use Potting or Garden? I am trying a bunch of new things this year...I hope I can have a good outcome. Laurie

    Posted 1 year ago

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  • Marilyn Cessnun
    Help. Pestcontrol co. treated my organic garden w/boric acid. Oops! Says it won't hurt my kids to eat the veggies. Seriously?

    Posted 1 year ago

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  • Rose
    Our peonies have outgrown their spot, so we need to split them. When is the best time to do it and how? Do you split them like hostas or do they need special care?

    Posted 1 year ago

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  • sharon
    Hello ! I think i'm in the wrong place but if so please tell me where to fine the form i need ... I'm trying to make a planter out of old blue jeans and are unable to fine directions on how to make them can someone please help .. i have surf the web looking for this info and hadnt gotten anywhere please help thxs

    Posted 1 year ago

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  • Serena Boggs
    Scotch Broom is listed as a suggested plant to grow in my area under this link: http://www.hgtvgardens.com/shrubs/common-broom-cytisus-scoparius .Scotch Broom is a horrible invasive weed that is almost impossible to get rid of. It kills off ALL of the plants around it and spreads like wildfire. Everyone is allergic to it ranging from mild allergies to severe. The state of Washington (where I live) is actively trying to eradicate the Scotch Broom weed which is not native to our area. Please remove this as a suggested plant for our area. Here are some articles to back my comment: 1. King County (Seattle) Environmental, noxious weeds :http://www.kingcounty.gov/environment/animalsAndPlants/noxious-weeds/weed-identification/scotch-broom.aspx 2. Oregon.gov - noxious weeds : http://www.oregon.gov/ODA/PLANT/WEEDS/Pages/profile_scotchbroom.aspx There are many other articles that can be found simply by googling Scotch Broom. Please research plants before listing them as "suggested plants".

    Posted 1 year ago

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  • elizabeth vaughn
    Our patio cherry tomatoes are getting long and spindly. Is it safe to prune the tops back to allow more fullness to the bottom and produce more flowers?

    Posted 1 year ago

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  • HGTVMallory
    If you have a gardening question, we're happy to announce that our new Ask & Share forum is here! This is a better place to share those questions, as we'll have experts from the National Gardening Association as well as HGTV there answering your questions. Go check it out! http://www.hgtvgardens.com/ask-and-share/

    Posted 1 year ago

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  • Carmen Greer
    Why has HGTV stopped the gardening programs on their cable station? I enjoyed Paul James, I think he was out of Oklahoma. I would think with all of the interest in backyard gardening, there would be a televised program to provide new and experienced gardeners with information about growing their own vegetables.

    Posted 1 year ago

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  • anonymous
    I am having difficulty posting comments. There is no "save" or "send" button after I've typed a comment They seem to disappear. Please advise me the proper steps. Thank you.

    Posted 12 months ago

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