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Witch Hazel in a container?


October 11, 2019, 4:54 pm

Can you grow witch hazel in a container? If so which is the best variety? -- Colstar Read more »

First Changes in Our Garden for 32 Years.


September 28, 2019, 2:31 pm

The hard landcaping I constructed in 1987 remained the same as this until earlier this year. Unfortunately our 3000 koi pool developed a leak. To change the liner would have involved removing all ... Read more »

Watermelon spider


September 1, 2019, 9:24 pm

I was trying to figure out the type of spider that looks like a watermelon on its main body I'll attach a picture. https://www.homeownershub.com/img/ik Read more »

The best storage solutions for leachate storage - bolted steel leachate sto...


August 25, 2019, 5:14 am

Since 1989, Center Enamel has been supplying and installing bolted steel l eachate storage tanks up to 20,000 m3 capacity. Center Enamel provides the best possible combination of the strength and... Read more »

This means Google Fiber Voice Isn't Working.


August 23, 2019, 7:32 am

I see you left a voice messaeg on Google Voice mail on July 20th. Please drop us an email whenever you hear that Google voice message as it means our VoIP service has crapped out yet again and the ... Read more »

table top water fountain


August 17, 2019, 4:04 pm

I decided to make a table top fountain. But i searched in youtube. but i am not satisfied. can any one suggest me any good fountain making video. Thanks Read more »

What is this Flower/Plant


August 16, 2019, 8:49 pm

Hi Can anyone id this flower for me. cheers Spike +-------------------------------------------------------------------+ +-------------------------------------------------------------------+ -- ... Read more »

Plum and pear trees


August 7, 2019, 1:05 pm

I have 2 six foot trees in buckets to put in the ground - a barlett pear an d a satsuma plum. If no other citrus trees nearby, will they bear fruit? It seems like there should be a straight forwar... Read more »

Angel trumpet


June 14, 2019, 11:56 pm

3 feet tall with cupping leaves. Is biochar okay to use to amend the soil for Angel trumpet? Read more »

I only came here for drugs.


June 14, 2019, 11:08 pm

I'm only in occasional pain, with several well-documented ailments. I've been on opioids since 2009, yet my doctor says I'm nowhere near having a problem. (Yet.) Since so many have been cut off ... Read more »

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How to remove asphalt

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Hi, I am converting some driveway into beds and a walkway and I want to remove some of the asphalt. Is a sledgehammer the way to go. Can I (safely) score a line in the asphalt with a circular saw a... Read more »

Help with Lemon Tree (grown from seed)

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Hello, I live in northeastern Pennsylvania. Two years ago, I took a lemon seed (from a store-bought lemon), stuck it in a pot with regular potting soil, and now I have a 3-foot tall, skinny lemon tr... Read more »

parkside leaf blower

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I bought a parkside leaf blower model plb 3000/5 in lidl a year or two ago ,Isucked up a piece of hard plastic and broke part of wheel inside at top of machine but trying to get a part is like findin... Read more »

Bird Seed in Compost?

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You know how the bird seed accumulates on the bottom of the Avery is it ok to ad to compost Read more »

Spreading plants have their place in landscape

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Yes, those plants look nice enough, I sometimes hear. But don't they have a reputation for spreading? Yes, there are a number of attractive plants that have a reputation for spreading out across, and... Read more »

Help-Yellow Jackets!!!

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We have a ton of yellow jackets around this year! We did spray some of the nests but one is in our cellar window well. They seem to have found an opening into the framework around the window and ar... Read more »

Oxford Gardens Durham, NC

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This guy Robert Elliott is a friend of mine. He runs a gardening shop in Durham, North Carolina called Oxford Gardens. He's doing some really amazing things with daylily hybrids. If anybody here l... Read more »

A Bowl of Milk Out for Snakes

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In an old book on Indian gardening, there was a brief reference to leaving a bowl of milk out for cobras. It seem to be partially religious, partially blackmail. Has anyone (in areas where there ar... Read more »

Virginia Creeper dying help please

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Hi I'm new to these boards so I'm hoping that someone out there can help me. I have a very large and extended Virginia creeper which was beautiful untill 3 days ago when the top half of it turned bro... Read more »

hollyhock, foundation and gas meter question

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Hi All, I have a huge Hollyhock growing next to my gas meter up against the cement foundation of my house (wood floor house with crawl space). Does this Hollyhock present an kind of danger to either... Read more »

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