Washington County, Minnesota

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Japanese Lilac tree

5 yrs old and 1-3 blossoms, some yrs has none,

Washington County MN about 1 year ago

How to remove unwanted plants/ moss

Hi I have an unowned moss lake plant growing in my landscaping and appears to be spreading. Can you tell me what it is and how best to eliminate without affecting the other plants. Enclosed is a picture of the growth.

Washington County MN almost 2 years ago

Hostas/pines

Will hostas thrive in the shade of white pines? Not directly under them but a minor needle shed on them! Also can they be split in the summer? Thank you!

Washington County MN about 3 years ago

Hi, We have a miniature apple tree that has some sort of fungus all over it....

Hi, We have a miniature apple tree that has some sort of fungus all over it. The tree has no leaves and did not produce any fruit. Worried this will spread to the remaining 10 apple trees we have. Any insight on what is occurring and how should we deal with this? Thank you!

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Washington County MN about 5 years ago

What type of Insect is this?

What type of Insect is this?

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Washington County MN about 6 years ago

What is this weed?

I have this growing everywhere this year. What is it and what is the best way to manage it?

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Washington County MN about 11 hours ago

Hydrangea flowers browning out

My Invincible Hydrangea’s is barely turning pink and turns greenish brown. Leaves seem good. What could be causing this and what I should do?

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Washington County MN about 14 hours ago

What tree is this?

I’ve seen this tree growing everywhere and can’t seem to identify it. The leaves have small teeth on the edges and when crushed smell like old peanut butter. I thought it was black walnut at first, but I am very familiar with the smell of black walnut and this is very different. The leaves usually reach 5-8 inches long and grow in groups of 5-9. The stem is slightly pubescent. It doesn’t look like any rhus or toxicodendron species that I know of. It looks similar to fraxinus nigra, but not quite the same. What is it? I really can’t tell what this is.
Hope you can help me,

Peter

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Washington County MN 5 days ago

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