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Thorny hedge

August 14, 2018, 1:06 pm

Hello, I am thinking to plant some thorny shrubs along my neighbor's fence. A couple of years ago he replaced his wooden fence but the new one is barely 1.50m high while the older was about 1.80, ... Read more »

Suffolk Punch Lawn Mower Problems

July 29, 2018, 12:05 pm

Hi, Recently bought a Suffolk punch petrol cylinder mower and all was great for 6-8 weeks. However, I started using the mower last week and within a few minutes of use, the cylinder and self pro... Read more »

Re: Sweet Pea infestation

July 22, 2018, 12:09 pm

Now I can see them properly from my photo I think they may be thrips? Am I right? Roy +-------------------------------------------------------------------+ +-----------------------------------------... Read more »

Controlling adventitious growth of oleander

June 24, 2018, 1:11 am

There is a large (multiple 5 trunks) oleander growing next to a walkway. Some unwanted trunks have been cut, and they produce a dense growth of buds, which intrude on the walkway and have to be la... Read more »

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 »

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Looking for parts for Troy-bilt Tomahawk Pro chipper

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This is the old 12HP chipper (not the chipper shredder) before they went bankrupt. Anyone have any luck finding an aftermarker seller if one exists? Read more »

How to figure the cost of running a pond pump

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It's Spring and you maybe starting up or replacing equipments. Here's just one of the many articles posted on All forum members receive a 10% off all products. Us... Read more »

Crabgrass is evil

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Ok, I am a first time homeowner struggling with a serious bout of crabgrass. I bought my house in November, and when the weather started getting nice out, I spent a lot of time and money on my lawn ... Read more »

Nimblewill spreading throughout the yard

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I thought I had this Nimblewill mostly out of my 1/2 acre lawn by digging, but this Sping/Now Summer it is popping up all over the yard. Don't know i f birds or poltergeist did the dirty deed, bu... Read more »

Railroad Ties For Edging; Sealing Of Cracks In ?

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Hi, Have purchased a few old railroad ties that I plan on using to define some garden area borders. Being quite old, and previously used, they have several substantial cracks (checking the right term... Read more »

Wood Chips Ahoy

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I have a section of the yard in full shade, a bit of English Ivy had grown there poorly (Atlanta 7b Piedmont) and too much Wysteria. It's currently cleared. So, I've got a notice the power comp... Read more »

chipmunks eating tomatoes

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How does one keep tomatoes safe from chipmunks who love to eat them even before they start to ripen? The little buggers can climb anywhere.Was going to try small plastic bags around each tomato cl... Read more »

Dying Osmanthus

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I planted the Osmanthus about 7 years ago and it's been fine the whole time. It's in the front garden and gets plenty of sun. It can get windy but as it is quite short there has never been any proble... Read more »

Splayed Branches On Conifer

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After the snow this winter, some of the branches on our conifers have splayed out. They look very unsightly so I want to tie them back in. Can anyone what I should to use and any other advice. I pr... Read more »

Low-e glass light transmission for plants?

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I have a large picture window that I have a bunch of plants in front of (I bring them in during the winter, take them outside in the summer). The plants are tropical fruit plants (mango, avacado, l... 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.