Kootenai County, Idaho

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Deadheading clamatis

Should I deadhead my clamatis blossoms?


Kootenai County Idaho horticulture over 5 years ago

Is this an edible mushroom?

This looks like a coral mushroom at first I thought it was a cauliflower mushroom do you know what type of mushroom it is and is it edible



Kootenai County Idaho 5 months ago

I have the Queen Ann golden yellow raspberries. The tops of some of the...

I have the Queen Ann golden yellow raspberries. The tops of some of the raspberries themselves are off color..almost a white or pale yellow. The middle and bottom of berries are not affected. Also some of the leaves are "lacy" with parts eaten out. Thanks, Donna


Kootenai County Idaho fruits and vegetables raspberries horticulture over 5 years ago

Which hay(s) are best for my horse?

I have a 6yo mare who is an easy keeper and ulcer-prone. She was scoped and treated last summer for ulcers, and has symptoms again. I feed quality past-bloom first-cutting alfalfa, but can't keep that in front of her 24/7 because she'll get too fat. What hay would be best to keep her feeder filled in addition to her regular alfalfa meals? I'm in north Idaho.


Kootenai County Idaho horses hay alfalfa ulcers over 6 years ago

ÔŁĄthis flower, what is it

Love this flower, what is it???


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Kootenai County Idaho flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials about 3 years ago

What is this!??!!??

Trying to find out what plant this is!


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Kootenai County Idaho plant identification horticulture wildflowers and native plants over 3 years ago

Crumbly raspberry desease

Can I replant raspberries in the same spot as I removed old deseased plants ?


Kootenai County Idaho raspberry diseases 4 months ago

Tree disease issue

I have questions regarding two different types of trees. It appears that I can only download three photos so I'll send you two different emails. About 3 years ago I planted about 15 Thuja Green Giants. A couple died right away but rest have made it to 3 years and are very healthy with the exception of one. I've looked on line and asked the local nursery regarding the issue to no avail. the tree is considerably smaller than the rest and is extremely thinned out. The bark has a lighter color than the others also. I can't seem to find the "Bag Worm" that I see on line. I've attached a couple of photos. Please help. Raphael Zamora rafaelitopz@yahoo.com


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Kootenai County Idaho tree health about 3 years ago

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