Operation – “AHHH!”
K so I rent. I rent from the worlds' blackest thumb, apparently. I've taken it upon myself with permission to garden the premises and try to fix things up. Here are the problems I face, please help me fix them. Found some "green things" that could possibly be tulips or daffodils, leaning towards daffodils because they are already trying to grow heads. Can I transplant these bulbs without killing them or making them become dormant until next year? they, for some reason, are nearly OUT of the flowerbed! I don't know how. There was a crocus like plant, but I raked it, cause I didn't see it. Is it dead? I knocked off all the leaves. It didn't have any sort of stem. There's a half dead rose bush. Maybe two. It has been pruned to death and it looks nearly dead. Everywhere it was clipped looks dreadful. How can I put some spring in its step? Same goes for the 3 hydrangea out front. They all look like dead sticks. There were some other green things in there, but he mulched it today (the landlord) and covered them up. I don't have much faith for them, they looked pretty bad anyway when I kicked at it today. So, now, its up to the three terrible hydrangea. In other news, we went to two garden centers today trying to get our bearings and I just felt overwhelmed. I don't know how to plant seeds, I cannot start plants indoors due to room, and I'm half tempted to just buy seeds and pour them in a hole in the ground and see if anything comes up with lots of watering and care. I think I may buy a tomato plant I saw, and put it in a 10 inch deep pot I have..... Oh we tried to go to a seminar on Container Gardening but the guy was such a horrible public speaker I nearly fell asleep. I counted 50 umms in the first 10mins alone. :( And we were the only people under 30. Weird. Pls help my landlords dying plants. Especially the rose, no rose deserves that fate.