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Questions On Miscellaneous
... Virginia creeper can damage masonry. I have another bed that is constantly invaded by what I have been told is pin cherry (a shrub, with shiny leaves and dark berries). The pin cherry shrubs are in my neighbor's yard, so I can't ...
Questions On Hoya
... 4. Mist foliage, except when in bloom, with distilled water during dry winter months. 5. Water sparingly in fall. Back to Shrub/Hedge Menu Back to the Hortiscope Table of Contents
Questions On Maple
... symptoms appear with the growth next year, get the tree out of there, root and all. Q: I bought and planted an amur maple shrub this spring because I had seen some beautiful ones in a nearby park last fall (about 5 feet tall). Today when I ...
Questions On Cranberries
... Sevin or Orthene. Viburnums and other woody plants seldom need fertilization. When they do, I suggestabout a half pint per shrub of 5-10-5 or something similar. Back to Shrub/H-edge Menu Back to the Hortiscope Table of Contents
Questions On Weigela
... in bounds with selective pruning. Wiegela are nice, compact plants. Q: This spring we planted some Nashville and Newport shrub roses and weigela bushes in the landscape rock surrounding our house. They are planted on the west and northwest ...
Questions On Buckthorn
... a plant we should be using as an ornamental planting around the house, although we like it and have one nice established shrub. (E-mail reference) A: Buckthorn is a host plant for soybean aphid so don't plant it unless you want to face ...
Questions On Ninebark
... known as Ramalaria, brought on by rainy or highly humid conditions. Try preventative sprays with Bordeaux mixture. Back to Shrub/Hedge Menu Back to the Hortiscope Table of Contents
Questions On Crown of Thorns
... needs a period of rest after flowering. It is kind of like you or me running a mile at full bore--exhausting. Back to Shrub/Hedge Menu Back to the Hortiscope Table of Contents
Questions On Red Currant
... I would cut out this fall and hope for a better show next year. If there is no improvement, I'd suggest dumping. Back to Shrub/Hedge Menu Back to the Hortiscope Table of Content-s
Questions On Mock Orange
... to find information on how to prune a mock orange. We have a mock orange that was full of dead branches and twigs. The shrub also was outgrowing its space. It looked fine if you pruned it just right, otherwise you could see all the inner ...