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Thanks for the heads-up, Acerholic.
Thank you, vitog.
So, if their bloom times do overlap, she can bear fruit once again?
We tried to remove both of the kiwis because they are such...
We have an older (20+ years) female kiwi that is still alive in spite of several attempts to prune her out of existence.
Could she be successfully...
Thank you, Acerholic.
All the best.
Thank you all.
Sorry, been incommunicado.
I have looked for both caterpillars and slug trails. There appear to be neither at this point.
I notice that the Garden Pest Management and Identification forum is archived.
Where do I find info on what pest is attacking my plants?
Thank you one and all for your input.
This site is a true treasure.
Just wanted to upload these better quality photos.
I will try to get some better quality pics in the next day or two.
In the meantime, the flowers are in a cluster at the top of the stem.
... the leaf pattern is different.
What is it?
As I recall from a pesticides course many years ago, a "weed" is any plant growing where you don't want it.
If you've potted it and love it, then...
Thank you for The Warning (sounds like the name of a suspense thriller).
I think I know what you mean, having had to curtail bamboo spread...
Do you think that if some of these (suckers?) are rooted , that they would survive transplanting now (late June)?
Thank you, Ron.
Looking at other pictures of Campsis, these are obviously young ones.
I call it Lemon Bomb, because once it starts, it explodes.
I found an abandoned lot yesterday that has this vine popping up in several areas.
The house and any original lawn are gone, but a few of the...
Thank you, Ron.
I'll share this information with the owner.
I was on a walk in New Westminster the other day and saw this amazing vine that had overtaken an arbour.
The owner did not know what it was, but...
Thank you both for your input.
I will run it by the powers-that-be.
I believe that it is a named variety, possibly a dwarfy rootstock, but we...
Thanks for the heads-up.