I live in Christiansburg, Va. Wondering if I should weed and feed now or wait another week or so. Where should the temps be? Thanks.
I have about 1/4-acre yard. Much of it is shaded by two large trees. Recently got a dog that by running has destroyed it. What type of grass can I plant that is both shade tolerant and hardy on heavy foot traffic. I live right next to the Mason-Dixon line.
In a planter 18" wide, can a wisteria vine heave the concrete?
Hello. I have a pond that is no longer holding water above a few feet. I am curious to where to find someone to test the water table. Also someone to fix and line the pond.
One of my apple trees has bark that looks charred. Is it fire blight? Something else? The tree has been heavily pruned to a flat surface on a gentle south slope. The damage seems to be mostly on limbs with heavy sun exposure.
How about Gaylussacia brachycera or Comptonia peregrina?
Hi, my wife and I moved into a house last fall and this winter I noticed damage around a broken tree branch in a birch tree. I don't know how long ago this branch broke or how long it has looked like this but I am wondering how serious this is for the tree? This portion of the tree doesn't look healthy at all. All other areas of the tree look unaffected by it. Can you please let me know if there's anything I should do at this time to help the tree? I have attached a picture. If If this isn't the right place to send this question, please let me know. Thank you for your help.
Hennepin County Minnesota over 4 years ago
We are in the process of planting a Vine to cover a Chain Link fence in our community. Our Landscaper has suggested Polygonum Aubertii, or silver lace vine. Is this a good choice for low maintenance while looking attractive? Not to invasive? Do you have an alternative recommendation? Thank You.
We have had milkweed growing in our yard for the past 7 years, two to three years ago, mid season the milkweed began to look like it had been sprayed with Tar, but mainly on the underside. Once this happened, I tried cutting down our milkweed, but I don't want to loose them. We enjoy the Monarchs that lay eggs on them and the caterpillars. The last year the new plants had the same disease and the tops of the milkweed bush out. Will try to get a picture as soon as I can. Would the stuff be in the soil? What can I do?
Stearns County Minnesota over 4 years ago
Hi, I am wondering if I can plant California poppy from seeds indoors, or if I should plant them outside in pots before the last frost? I have heard they need to have a period of cold. Thanks Darlene
Denver County Colorado flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials over 4 years ago