With our cold springs and tendency towards early frosts, starting your plants inside can sometimes be the only way to get a full life out of them, especially for vegetables. How do you get a start getting your seeds started?
Deadheading sounds more like something you’d do at a rock concert than in your garden, but if you want plants that flower longer each year then this is an important practice to pick up!
In casual conversation dirt and soil are often used interchangeably, but when it comes to gardening they’re worlds apart! Both come from the ground though, right? What’s the difference?
Are your roses blooming less in the summer? Read on about how to care for your roses and keep them blooming even through the hottest months of summer!
Pruning a Japanese Maple doesn't have to be difficult. With these easy pruning steps and rules, your Japanese Maple will be looking and growing its best.
Wondering when it's the right time to repot your plant? Learn a couple of tricks for how to tell when your plant is ready for a bigger container.
Growing citrus in Reno can be done with an indoor citrus tree! Learn about how to pot and care for your new citrus tree with Plant Doctor, Angela Turner!
Want several different types of fruit trees but have a small garden? We've got you! Learn how to grow different types of fruit trees in a small yard.
Waiting for fall to plant your spring-flowering bulbs? We're here to teach you how to prepare your bulb garden even if you're not ready to plant yet!
Planting too deep or too shallow can be dangerous for your new plant or tree. Read on to understand the perfect depth to plant your new plant or tree.