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Maypop Weed Control: Tips On Getting Rid Of Wild Passionflowers Interesting

Maypop Weed Control: Tips On Getting Rid Of Wild Passionflowers

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterMaypop passionflower plants (Passiflora incarnata) are native plants that attract bees, butterflies and other important pollinators. The passionflower plant is so lovely that it’s hard to believe it is a troublesome weed in warm climates where the rampant growth isn’t naturally reined in by winter freezes.

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Tiger Lily Mosaic Virus – Are Tiger Lilies Prone To Mosaic Virus Interesting

Tiger Lily Mosaic Virus – Are Tiger Lilies Prone To Mosaic Virus

By: Mary Ellen EllisAre tiger lilies prone to mosaic virus? If you know how destructive this disease is and you love the lilies in your garden, this is an important question to ask. Tiger lilies can carry mosaic virus, and although it has little impact on them, it can be spread to the other lilies in your beds.

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Sowing calendar for 12.02 - gardeners and gardeners Interesting

Sowing calendar for 12.02 - gardeners and gardeners

February 2021 Published: Last changes: February 12, Friday, 1-2 lunar day. The waxing moon is in Pisces RecommendedPisces is an auspicious sign for sowing, planting and transplanting any plants, but on the waxing moon, crops that give ground fruits and greens best of all germinate, grow and develop.

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My Petunias Are Wilting – What Causes Petunias To Wilt And Die Interesting

My Petunias Are Wilting – What Causes Petunias To Wilt And Die

By: Liz BaesslerPetunias are extremely popular flowering plants that grow well in containers and as bedding plants in the garden. Available in very diverse varieties and colors, petunias can be found to meet just about any specifications you have. Whatever you want, you should have vibrant, beautiful blossoms all summer.

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Cold Climate Annuals: Learn About Growing Annuals In Zone 3 Interesting

Cold Climate Annuals: Learn About Growing Annuals In Zone 3

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterZone 3 annual flowers are single season plants that don’t have to survive the climate’s sub-zero winter temperatures, but cold hardy annuals face a relatively short spring and summer growing season. Keep in mind that most annuals will grow in zone 3, but some are able to establish quicker and produce blooms sooner.

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East North Central Shrubs: Deciduous Shrubs In Upper Midwest Gardens Interesting

East North Central Shrubs: Deciduous Shrubs In Upper Midwest Gardens

By: Mary Ellen EllisGrowing deciduous shrubs in upper Midwest regions successfully depends largely on selecting the right species and varieties. With long and bitterly cold winters, hot summers, and fluctuations between wet and dry native species adapted to these conditions are best. There are other, non-native shrubs that will also work in the region.

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Multiplication of plants by tubers and rhizomes Interesting

Multiplication of plants by tubers and rhizomes

MULTIPLICATION OF TUBERS AND RHIZOMES The multiplication of plants by division of parts is certainly the simplest and fastest way to reproduce them. The advantage of this method is that in the end you will get plants identical to the mother plant as the typical genetic variability does not occur when you have pollination where the male gametes (pollen) join the female ones (ovules).

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Autumn Revolution Bittersweet Info: Learn About American Autumn Revolution Care Interesting

Autumn Revolution Bittersweet Info: Learn About American Autumn Revolution Care

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerWhen planting for all seasons, there is no doubt that spring and summer have the advantages because so many plants produce amazing blooms at these times. For fall and winter gardens, we sometimes have to look for interest besides blooms. Colorful fall foliage, deep evergreen foliage, and brightly colored berries draw the eye to the autumn and fall garden in place of blooms.

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Are Yellow Limes Bad: What To Do With Yellow Limes Interesting

Are Yellow Limes Bad: What To Do With Yellow Limes

Limes aren’t just good in a virgin (or otherwise) margarita. A squirt of lime goes a long way enlivening and enhancing flavor. When we purchase limes, they are generally fairly firm but with a slight give and uniformly green in color. What happens if you encounter limes with yellow skin though? Are yellow limes bad?

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Plant Covering Materials – Ideas For Covering Plants In Cold Weather Interesting

Plant Covering Materials – Ideas For Covering Plants In Cold Weather

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAll living things need some sort of protection to keep them comfortable during the winter months and plants are no exception. A layer of mulch is often enough to protect plant roots, and in more northern climates, Mother Nature provides a layer of snow, which serves as a great winter covering for plants.

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Is Growing Butternuts Possible: Information About White Walnut Trees Interesting

Is Growing Butternuts Possible: Information About White Walnut Trees

By: Teo SpenglerWhat are butternuts? No, don’t think squash, think trees. Butternut (Juglans cinerea) is a species of walnut tree that is native to the eastern United States and Canada. And the nuts that grow on these wild trees are easy to process and delicious to eat. Read on for more butternut tree information.

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Cherries With Brown Rot: Controlling Cherry Brown Rot Symptoms Interesting

Cherries With Brown Rot: Controlling Cherry Brown Rot Symptoms

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterBrown rot in cherry trees is a serious fungal disease that infects stems, blossoms and fruit. It may also infect ornamental cherry trees. This nasty fungus, which also affects apricots, peaches, plums and nectarines, reproduces quickly and can soon reach epidemic proportions.

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Potted fruits Interesting

Potted fruits

Question: Fruits in pots Hi, I wanted to ask you which fruits can be grown in pots. The plants that can be grown in pots and that bear fruit are many, such as small fruits and small citrus fruits.

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Information About Skunk Cabbage Interesting

Information About Skunk Cabbage

Home › Ornamental Gardens › Flowers › Archive for Skunk CabbageGet Started Skunk Cabbage Facts: Growing Skunk Cabbages In GardensBy Anne BaleyThe skunk cabbage plant may be unusual, and stinky, but it is also quite interesting and uses for skunk cabbage in the garden could actually be beneficial. Read here for more skunk cabbage facts.

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Preserving Carved Pumpkins: Making Pumpkin Planters Last Longer Interesting

Preserving Carved Pumpkins: Making Pumpkin Planters Last Longer

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistAs our harvests come to pass and the weather begins to cool, it’s time to turn our attention to other tasks. A bumper crop of pumpkins begins to take shape as pie filling, while the outside makes perfect planters. The trick is making pumpkin planters last so you can keep the plants inside growing happily.

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Using A Hand Spreader – What Is A Hand Seed Spreader Used For Interesting

Using A Hand Spreader – What Is A Hand Seed Spreader Used For

By: Mary Ellen EllisThere are many ways to get grass seed or fertilizer spreadevenly over your yard. You can simply pay a lawn service to do it or do the jobyourself. Although this requires an initial investment in a tool, it willultimately cost less. Handheld garden spreaders are the cheapest and easiestspreader tools to use.

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