We are considering planting some pittosporum as a privacy hedge in a 50 ft area between 2 old black walnut trees. Would they tolerate 1) the Juglone and 2) the partial shade (about 4 hrs of sun per day)
The first 20 feet on one end of a 50 yard row of mature lilacs bushes started to brown up in June, with leaves dying. Please see pictures. We planted these lilacs 25 years ago and have never seen them brown up and die in the mid summer like this. Lack of moisture isn't the issue. We also planted a new lilac bush among the dead growth, hoping it would fill in a gap we had. That wasn't a good idea obviously, because it too is showing brown, dead leaves. Looking at the pictures, can you diagnose this, or do we need an arborist to visit and confirm the disease? Thanks!
Anoka County Minnesota about 10 hours ago
Send pictures of same weed. Is it a weed or invasive flower?
Emmet County Michigan flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials about 10 hours ago
All my melons got this problem early in there growth and I have never had this problem with my melons. The melons never had a chance of growing well. they are starving for water. What is this disease and how do I treat the soil so it doesn't come back. the picture is the main root coming out of the ground.
Hennepin County Minnesota about 11 hours ago
I’ve been cutting roses and putting in vase on white windowsill inside kitchen. Plenary of light in afternoons. I notice a day or so later little black specs of something in window sill. What could they be? Bigger than, say, black pepper. They resemble seeds as they are elongated in shape. Pic taken from 3” above.
Bucks County Pennsylvania about 11 hours ago
Is there a tree expert that can come to my home and advise on tree health? Is there a cost for the service
Champaign County Ohio about 14 hours ago
What type of grassy weed is taking over my front yard? New image provided. What can I use to remove and prevent the spread
My neighbor has a big maple tree in his front yard and the roots are now getting close to or might even be touching the foundation under our garage (see Picture 1). Some of the roots are above ground and visible (see Picture 2). Is this going to be a bad thing for the foundation? If yes, what can be done about it? Thanks Milind
Hennepin County Minnesota about 14 hours ago