The plant was in a one gallon container and then planted in the ground in a fairly sunny spot.
Trumpet Vine are notoriously slow in blooming. It can take 5 to 7 years for some to bloom.
10 years if it was grown from seed.
Here is a link with growing information.
I was told the leaves had a lot protein in them.
I'm not sure what kind of plant you are referring to.
Many Herbs can be used to make tea.
Here is a link for you.
Hello, this is my first attempt at planting. The plants I got are still in the plastic covering that they came in when I bought them. I water them and I give them sunlight too. They wilt and then they die.. I have no idea what I'm doing wrong...
If the "plastic covering" that you're referring to is the plastic wrapper around the soil and root system of the plant, it's usually okay to leave those on until you plant them in a container or in the ground. Depending on which plants you got (it sounds like they are still very young? If so, these are called "seedlings"), they may be getting sunlight that's too direct and too hot, or you may be overwatering (or not watering enough).
Search http://www.gardeningknowhow.com for the type of plants you have. You'll find plenty of tips on how to properly care for them. Here are some articles to get you started, and let us know if you have any more questions:
Is Grub treatment harmful to dogsled?
I have not found any information regarding a plant called 'dogsled'.
If you use a chemical treatment, read the package directions carefully to make sure the application is done correctly and safe for the environment you are using it in.
I have some cuttings which are from my grandma's funeral wreath and would love to keep them growing. The flowers seem to still be very healthy. Are the usual methods going to work with these flowers as they will have been cut a while ago. Thanks
I'm not clear on the type of flowers that you have.
Here is a link about propagating from cuttings that may help you.
I have brown spots/ blacks on ever plant in my yard, even in the trees. What & how do I need to use to control this fungus? I am using baking soda & water & it may have helped some but can't seem to catch up.
Neem Oil is good treatment for most pest and fungus issues, though not every Leaf Spot disease may be cleared up with a fungicide.
Here are some links with more information.
You said that you would "leave it to the professionals" to explain this concept. Could you post/reply which professionals/source material/links you have learned about this topic? I am interested in learning more on this topic and would like to know where to go from here. Thank you for the article. It was very interesting.
Here are some additional sources on this topic: