I have a three year old rhododendron that needs to be pruned for shape. The plant is about 3' tall with all of the leaves/flowers at the top and the rest of the plant is bare. Can I prune it clear back to new growth coming up from the base of the plant?
My house has a limestone foundation that has mortar that isn't there or is the consistency of sand. On the inside of the foundation where it is the worst, the previous owner has put a lot of something white. It looks like the cement or putty so at least I can't see holes for the rodents to come in. Any advice you can give me will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Howard County Iowa building construction Posted over 4 years ago
I am researching for a future short article on the history of the Wapello County Fair. Do you have or know of the location of any documents related to the 4-H aspect of the "Big Four Fair' predecessor to the Wapello County Fair begun in 1918? Terry Shumaker
Marion County Indiana Posted about 5 years ago
Would it be within the range of responsibilities of the Extension office to offer sewing classes, if there were the interest?
Jefferson County Iowa Posted about 6 years ago