Q: When we purchased our new home, our parents gave us a gift certificate from a nursery for us to use in the yards since they are both, front and back, mostly bare.
Q: I want to bring home some poinsettias to brighten up our world but I’ve heard that they are poisonous.
Q: I was moving several of my houseplants from their normal space in the living room to decorate for the holidays and noticed some webbing on a begonia plant that I’d brought in before the weather got too cold.
Q: I have planned on potting bulbs to give as gifts to all of my co-workers.
Q: I have been triggering my poinsettias for about six weeks now – the light-dark process for 12 hours each – and I think it’s time for the next step.
Q: I haven’t mowed my lawn lately and it’s looking a bit shaggy.
Q: In October, I enjoyed the festival at the Gutierrez-Hubbell House in the South Valley.
Q: How often am I supposed to be watering my landscaping this time of year? – T.O., Albuquerque
Q: It seems to me that there are lots of trees here that turn yellow in the fall.
Q: I have a lovely pot of lantana growing on my porch.
Q: My lawn has several spots that I’d like to re-seed.
Q: My pots of summer flower are starting to look a bit bedraggled.