Month: January 2018

The best way to Keep Critters From Garden and the Compost

Your vegetable garden and compost heap seem like smorgasbords of delicious treats to a lot of critters that are hungry. These pests that are hungry can-eat your harvest or harm your compost before you’ve a possibility to appreciate the fruits of your labor. It is possible to keep them out without causing them damage, in […]

The best way to Take Good Care of a Millet Purple Baron

Growing Pennisetum glaucum ‘Purple Baron’ , better known as decorative millet, is as simple as it gets. It is the ideal option for the “I do not like gardening but nevertheless want a backyard” kind gardener. It grows 1 to 2-4. Its flower-stalks, similar to cat-tails, bloom throughout fall and the summer, with cold temperatures […]

Volutella Stem Blight

Volutella Stem Blight

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Potentially lethal Volutella blight causes destruction before the plant dies and withers. Caused by means of a fungus, this plant illness impacts the stem and leaves of the plant. It happens most often throughout moist and wet seasons and is most frequent in pachysandra and boxwood crops. Consider quick action to stop the spread of […]

The best way to Root Photinia Shoots

The best way to Root Photinia Shoots

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Evergreen or deciduous photinias (Photina spp.) thrive in sunny, fertile well-drained areas. These adaptable shrubs and trees pair eye catching foliage with white spring flowers, fragrant and scarlet or early -winter berries. Cold tolerance among photinias differs, notes the “Sunset New Western Garden Book.” Red-tip photinia (P. x fraseri) survives to 10 levels in U.S. […]