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Confused Plants


January 12, 2020, 8:05 pm

So here I am in eastern Tennessee. In theory at least it is the dead of winter. The problem is that the daffodils are now 4 high, the hyacinths threaten to break through the mulch, and the crocus... Read more »

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Dwarf Burford Holly


December 21, 2019, 6:38 pm

Does anyone know where I might buy dwarf Burford holly (Ilex cornuta 'Burfordii nana') in Ventura County or the greater Los Angeles area? -- David E. Ross Climate: California Mediterranean, see... Read more »

Ed Lawrence


December 16, 2019, 6:17 pm

Ed Lawrence is a popular weekly guest on CBC Radio in Ontario Canada. < phone-in Q & A > http://www.gardeningwithed.com/ John T. Read more »

Is it possible to replant or at least drag approx 2mts distance, an establ...


November 7, 2019, 9:14 am

Is it possible to move an established (30ft) holly tree? We are having gates at the front of our house about to be put in and unfortunately the tree is right in the way of where they want to build th... Read more »

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 »

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 »

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Frost bitten cactus getting brown, what shall I do next?

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Well I left my columnar fence post type cactus out when it frosted and now some of the cactus is turning brown. I'm not sure of the species, but it's a very common variety. In any case I'd love some ... 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 »

overwatered Christmas cactus

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Will Christmas cactus plants that have been overwatered recover? Alan -- --------------------------------------------------------------------- **** Please use address alanh(at)min.net to reply via ... Read more »

Leggy dracaena

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I have a leggy dracaena (I think it is a dracaena deremensis) with about 7 stalks. The stalks are from 12 to 18 inches. The plant is about 6 years old and the soil is worn out. What is the proce... Read more »

Transplanting carrots

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I just harvested some carrots which I had earlier transplanted. They seemed to do very well. But what's weird is that these carrots had hair all down the length of them. Is that normal for a transp... Read more »

Underground watering spikes?

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X-No-Archie: I live in South Australia, and I was recently down at my local hardware store and happened to notice this new sort of underground spike watering system. I=92m not sure exactly what brand... Read more »

Climbing 'Chrysler Imperial' Rose

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While 'Chrysler Imperial' is still available as a bush, it appears that commercial growers no longer provide this as a climber. Are there any rose hobbyists out there who have this as a climber and ... Read more »

lawn sprinkler math problem

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I have 100 foot by 100 foot with equals 10,000 square feet. I want to water this area without putting any sprinklers in the middle. All sprinklers will be on the outside perimeter. Now I will put a... Read more »

What causes butternut/pumpkins to rot from inside?

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What causes butternut squash and pumpkins to rot from the inside? A very disappointing year. JAB Read more »

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