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Could be a member of the Cortinarius family. Many of them are poisoneus. If it is Cortinarius, then you can check presence of the orellanine by...
You can suppress equisetum by mechanically weeding out any growth, that appears form the ground. It must be done as soon as you notice a new...
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Multiple layers of floating row covers could protect efficiently against pretty harsh conditions.
I suppose, there is mechanical damage. Somebody (squirrels?) or something (wind?) breaks young branches (these are pretty fragile in certain age).
Thank you, @Acerholic!
Some more maples from the Japanese Garden:
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Hi @Acerholic, thank you for quick feedback!
I mean the maple in the foreground. It has green leaves, with deep notches between lobes, and fine...
I don't know, what maple this is on the photo from the Japanese Garden in Tallinn. Any ideas?
There are 2 main reason for non blooming Clematis.
1. Wrong pruning.
2. Wrong fertilizing.
I'd suspected Common voles as the cause of this damage.
BTW, it may be a bit too late for current year, to look for Yacon growth tubers. Because even up north here, at 59.3 latitude Yacon crowns are...
I have number of Yacon tubers and young plants. But I am possibly too far and maybe behind the phytosanitary borders/barriers from you.
The pine could be P. contorta.
The Amelanchier is possibly A. alnifolia.
1. Possibly a member of Prunus subg. Padus
2. A pine, of some common species of your region, most possible
3. An Amelanchier maybe
Nice summer pics!
I got some cherry blossom finally. I wonder, how many weeks behind the Vancouver area I am?
Yellowing leaves are often sign of too much water. I water my citruses maybe once or twice a month, depending on temperatures, wind and sunshine....
Is Tamukeyama the same as Beni hagoromo?
Some sources are saying, that they are the same:
Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Tamukeyama' Japanese maple...
Days are getting warmer, but nights are still cold here. But after week or so the risk of night frosts will decrease...
Looks similar to this:
Tamukeyama Threadleaf Japanese Maple
Maybe a Hawkweed?
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