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Gladiolus bent leaves before the stalk = no bloom?

June 17, 2018, 8:15 am

This is my second year planting gladiolus, they are currently at the 3-5 leave stage, before the stalk comes. I learned last year that not all corms produce any leaves. If they produce green leaves, ... Read more »

What soil for planters?

June 13, 2018, 1:43 am

I am working on a new deck. You can see the plans here: My first step is to buy soil. These being large planters I figured I would buy garden so... Read more »

Blue Spruce Going Brown

June 5, 2018, 9:20 pm

Hi, We have a tree that my parents bought for us when we moved into our home. We think its a blue spruce. However in the last few months the lower, inner branches are turning brown and crisp. I've ... Read more »

Washington Hawthorn

May 30, 2018, 9:58 pm

My 25 year old Washington Hawthorn is now in full bloom, the aroma is delicious.... a very neat growth habit and ofers wonderful dense shade for a rather small tree... about 20' wide X 20' high. A... Read more »

Tips for Growing a Bonsai

May 30, 2018, 1:37 pm

The interest for bonsa?, miniature trees that the Japanese cultivate for centuries in their gardens, knows in Europe, especially in the USA, a spectacular development. Discover all our tips to main... Read more »

nasty invasive plants

May 30, 2018, 12:49 pm

It's not just over-seas - It has become quite invasive - everyone should be aware and take care ! Also - it's little cousin wild parsnip - a... Read more »

Blossoms 2018

May 25, 2018, 1:34 pm

Click on images to enlarge. Redspire Ornamental Pear in full blossom Purple Leaf Crab Apple in full blossom https://postim... Read more »

Can anyon help me identify this flower/plant?

May 16, 2018, 1:02 pm

Picture was taken a few years ago at the Oakland Zoo (Oakland, California) The flower was on a tree (or large bush?) and there were dozens of them at the time... Read more »

Neomarica gracilis - walking iris

May 14, 2018, 4:15 pm

Hi all Sorry have posted this in the marketplace too but wondered if there's anyone here UK based who might have or know where I can get hold of a walking iris. Thanks! Shaun -- Shaun342 Read more »

WWll Pork Chop Sauce

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Mantis Tiller Tine Dimensions

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Hi all, Can anyone furnish me with the dimensions of the Mantis 2 cycle tiller tines? Specifically diameter, # of mounting holes, size of the shaft hole etc. I am trying to see if I can retrofit th... Read more »

Fertilizer spreader clogs? any advice?

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I have a newer scotts fertilizer spreader. I always seams to clog up. I think it is due to slight more in the fertilizer. I keep it in my aluminum shed ( in the original plastic bag). I seal... Read more »

Mealy bug on a bougainvillea

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I have just this one stem about 10 long in a 4 inch pot. It has leaves and when i bought it had orange flowers. I repotted it and noticed lately, some white gooey stuff along the stem, particularly a... Read more »

Gas Powered Hedge Trimmers for Pruning Azalea?

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I have a large amount of Azaleas, and it gets old quick cutting and pruning them one branch at a time by hand. What would be wrong with using a gas powered hedge type trimmer to clip em all back a bi... Read more »

Length of tap root on an oak tree?

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I've got some acorns soaking in water and I'm starting to see some action. Now I'm trying to figure out how big of a pot to put them in. In the spring they will be planted in the ground. How long o... Read more »

Musty smellin potting soil, what should I do with it?

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I have about a large bag and a half of potting soil that has become lumpy and dried out because I didn't use any for a couple of years. It smells musty inside. I'd like to dump it somewhere it m... Read more »

Who eats zucchini leaves???

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I'm on zone 5. Something's wiping out my zucchini leaves, and FAST. Much of the nibbling is from the middle of the leaves to the outside, so it doesn't seem like the work of a mammal. And, there ar... Read more »

stunted morning glories

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Hi, I started a couple dozen morning glories indoors way before I should have. They were started in peat pots and got a little out of control so I had to plant them outside before it was routi... Read more »

Peach leaf curl

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I have two peach trees and both have peach leaf curl. One of the trees has very few leaves and most are affected. My nursery gave me Growmore Organic Seaweed extract to spray on the leaves. It d... Read more »

Morning Glories climbing power lines

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My morning glories found a way to climb up the telephone and onto the power lines. Should I be concerned about this? I have 2 pics of the situation at: Read more » is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here. All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.