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I have heard of some nurseries cutting the leader out of a Colorado Blue Spruce and selling it as a Fat Albert. I would go back to the nursery...
I'm not a big fan of a lot of pesticides but my favorite is ordinary horticultural soap. You'll probably have to order it off the web as most...
There is good news--sooty mold is not pathogenic (feeding off your plants) but is getting its food from insect droppings called...
I've never seen the fringed pink variety.
I also had one mysterious appear one year. I can only assume it was deposited by a bird. The foliage and flowers are so spectacular that I...
This looks like a Datura but I'm not sure of the species. This a very beautiful plant but highly dangerous to kids who want to experiment....
Jim, thanks for the additional information. The nursery I experienced disappointing results from was Messer, located in Indiana. How did you...
I did some research into federal drug laws and sure enough it is illegal to grow (or have the opium plant) in the U.S. but legal to possess the...
Where are you getting your trees from? The reason I ask is because some nurseries fumigate confiers before they're shipped. I have seen this...
Re: Calla Lily
What variety is this one? I like the small red flowers.
Re: Calla Lily
Calla Lily or Canna Lily?
Great additional information. The UBC Botanical Garden Forum is the BEST!
This is a small double tetraploid daylily. I believe it was introduced in 2000. Cultivate like any other daylily.
This plant was a volunteer. I've kept it because it offers shade for my caladiums. Can someone help me identify it?
Cedar mulch if fine, just don't apply thicker than 3 inches. You can trim the brown needles off--this will make it easier to monitor its...
This looks like environmental stress (lack of water before roots are established) to me. How long ago was this planted? What did the roots look...
I agree with Megami.
I've got to ask, what type of camera are you using? The pictures are great.
It looks like a Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica).