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You sound very knowlegable about transplanting conifers.
I recently posted a thread about transplanting a shorepine (Pinus...
Dying? That is bad news.
There is a chance that it was too wet in it's new spot.
Is there nothing I can do?
Thought that might be the case. I realize the move was ill-timed. Is the greatest concern the effect the low temperatures has on new root...
I transplanted this shorepine in January from Langley to West Van.
The tree had suffered stress last summer due to drought and was delivered...
Thank you Jimmy, that is very useful. It lists 'Herbicidal Soaps' as acceptable. Any ideas?
There is also chickweed and dandylions in the mass of Agapanthus.
I need to kill morning glory growing amongst a mass planting of Agapanthus on the oceanfront in West Vancouver.
Any suggestions for a herbicide...
Thanks Ron, great information. Here's the kicker, they have four in that backyard...yikes!
The top couple feet of the branches were red in the winter.
I hope these photos give enough info although they have not leafed out.
Anybody know how to transplant Black Bamboo?
My neighbor in Vancouver has a big, beautiful stand and is willing to share. He has tried digging...
Earlier I posted a photo of an unknown evergreen shrub and many people identified it as Trochodendron aralioides....
I am doing a project that involves clearing alot of blackberry brample. Currently it is being hauled away. I would prefer to have it chipped and...
Thank you everyone!
Several of the leaves are spotted with a chocolate-colored stain. Is this commonly associated with this guy?
look like a pretty good match to me... any one second this identification?
thank you pierrot.
Anybody know this one? Located in West Vancouver, gardener called it something along the lines of Chocydendron???
Thank you for your comments.
I can invision mounding and arching shrubs/small trees on top of the berm.
Some I have researched are (not...
I am planning the tree and shrub layer for a large garden bed (approximately 1700square feet) with a substantial berm on one side.
I found some beautiful images of the Lonicera sempervirens at the following link. What a beauty!...
Thank you Hortfreak for the article suggestions. I will try and find them on line.
Thank you for your suggestions. I have been trying to source Lonicera ciliosa here in the lower mainland (vancouver).
Clematis' make me...