McLeod County, Minnesota

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Can you identify this insect?

Saw these today. Hundreds or maybe thousands of them flying around the back yard and crawling in the grass

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McLeod County MN almost 2 years ago

Orchid won't bloom again

I received an orchid as a gift, I can't get to bloom again. Can an orchid bloom more than once and what do I need to do?

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McLeod County MN about 1 year ago

Germinating Coleus

Hello I'm am wondering when is a good time I can start my coleus seeds indoors ?

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McLeod County MN over 1 year ago

Pine

My large pine tree showed signs if dying last year. A lot more branches have died this year,seems to be working it's way up one side of the tree so far. Should I trim out the dead branches now or wait till winter? Can you give me any information on what's happening & why??

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McLeod County MN almost 2 years ago

Rododendren

My rododendren plant didn't fair very well last winter,looked dead when I unwrapped it this spring.But it did pull through, has lots of new leaves,some dead branches. What should I do about the dead branches,& what's the best way to winterize it so it will bloom next spring??

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McLeod County MN almost 2 years ago

Help identify this plant

What is this plant? In the pic of the leaves, it's the large one in the middle. It grows those green kernel/seeds from a different stem. This is on our property located on the border of McLeod and Carver Co. I'm concerned it may be poisonous. My kiddos were playing with the kernels and one began to vomit. The others days their hand stung. There aren't any bumps or redness on their hands. Thanks! Theresa 952-412-4224

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McLeod County MN almost 3 years ago

Planning a new flower garden

This week I had a very large basswood tree stump ground out after a summer storm brought down the old tree. Would it be possible to add additional black dirt to the large mound of chips/dirt remaining, sunny location, and then plant perennials there? I understand some tree stumps contain ingredients not favorable to plant growth but was told by the tree service that a basswood should be okay. I would prefer proper advice before investing in new plantings. Thank you for all of the great resource materials available thru the university extension website.

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McLeod County MN over 3 years ago

Apple tree trimming

We have a Honey Crisp apple tree that isn't producing this year. It has many low branches that could use a good trimming. Being that it's not interrupting the production of apples this year, can I trim it up and get it so that it looks better, and doesn't have so many excess branches hanging about? thanks!

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McLeod County MN almost 3 years ago

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