How can we kill ornithogalum umbellatum, “star of Bethlehem” in a residential lawn, without hurting the birds and squirrels?
Lucas County Ohio Posted 1 day ago
I have a young Japanese Maple. It has a major issue on the trunk. We would like to know if it could be saved, if so how, or we should re do the bed and pull it out. It is in the first flower bed we did when we moved. It has clay some extra water at times and it’s against the north side of our house.
My juniper tree has little brown balls with spikes all over it is us it safe? Is it fungi is it a anaimal caccoon?
Butler County Ohio trees and shrubs Posted 5 days ago
I have several 20 year old Forsythia bushes (14) about 1/2 are not blooming, and haven't for 2 years. I've cut them back to 8 inches and they continue to grow sending out new growth but no or few blooms. Is there anything I can do to encourage blooms for next year. Or do I need to dig them out? Everything has a beginning, middle and an end?
Hamilton County Ohio Posted 5 days ago
What is a good recipe for potting mix for a container garden. I have 5 Earthboxes which need fresh mix. I think making my own would be less expensive.
Champaign County Ohio Posted 6 days ago
2 questions 1. Ive been told that the spice bush is an understory bush and also that it needs full sun. Which is accurate? 2. Ive been growing swamp milkweed but have had a black and orange bug infestation the last several years. How best to deal with this? We have an organic butterfly and bee garden. To be honest, I'm ready to pull out the milkweed.
Ohio Posted 10 days ago
(I had to duplicate my post because I typed my email address wrong the first time and was unable to edit. This submission has the correct email address). I have what I believe is a large arborvitae growing against my garage. It’s maybe about 12-13 feet tall. It’s on the west corner of my vegetable garden and it blocks several hours of sun, so I’d like to cut it somehow. Removing it all together isn’t an option, but I was considering removing all the branches from the bottom 6 or 7 feet, leaving it in a kindof deciduous shape. My hope was that this would allow a couple more hours of sunlight to the garden. But I’m afraid that cutting this much off will damage or kill the shrub. Can you tell me if this is possible? Thanks! ~Sarah.
Summit County Ohio Posted 10 days ago
Should I be fertilizing my apple and peach trees? How and with what
Stark County Ohio fruits Posted 12 days ago
What are the best varieties of strawberries to plant in Northeast Ohio. Also what months our best to plant them. I have some experience in vegetable and crop growing, but not in strawberries.
Ashtabula County Ohio Posted 12 days ago
My previously beautiful tall fescue grass took a major beating by dogs this winter because the yard never froze. When can I reseed and do I use straw over the top of it. I do realize that I will have to limit dogs on that area until grass is sturdy again.
Hamilton County Ohio Posted 12 days ago