Queen Anne's County, Maryland
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I am interested In growing veggies and perenials. What exactly ( generally how many hours) is meant by Full sun part sun part shade
Will you please provide a list of shrubs that fit the following criteria: Native to Queen Anne's County Grow well in full sun Will produce berries that birds like to eat Thank you very much!
Does vineyard plants, like branches, roots, grapes, have medical benefits?
Is applying shredded hardwood mulch over newpapers to control weeds healthy for the soil?
I didn't recognize a match in the photos. Do you know what type of bush/plant this is?
Unknown plant in rain garden appeared this year and is flourishing. Is in part sun well drained. Rain garden three years old but can not find list of plants. Can you identify for me. Photo attached. Thanks. Fred Kurst QACMG
Queen Anne's County Maryland plant id almost 6 years ago
We have 58 Aristocrat Pear Trees , some of which have had fire blight. Some tree service companies want to continually (annually) perform a systemic root flare injection as well as perform a bark treatment to help suppress Japanese maple scale. One company feels a good pruning will be adequate as they feel the trees are healthy. Please advise as to your feelings on this. Thank you.
We have a customer that has planted numerous Stargazer lilies with in 2 large lily beds. The other varieties include tiger lily, Casa Blanca lily, and Hemoracallis Stelld'oro, All of the Stargazer's have developed a browing on the tips of the flower petals that extends toward the center about 1/2 way. There is no margin to the lesion just brown and feels papery. The rest of the plant appears healthy with no visible lesions nor brown of any kind. This has happened for the past two years. I know this year has been wet but last year was dry - The customer does a good job of watering if needed and one bed is raised the other ground level. Do you have any idea of the problem.