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Questions On Jasmine

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... for you. Others may get this publication from county offices of the NDSU Extension Serv-ice. Thanks for writing. Back to Shrub/Hedge Menu Back to the Hortiscope Table of Conten-ts


Questions On Contorta

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... Minn.) A: Thank you for the information. For those who may not know, the walking stick, a member of the birch family, is a shrub with contorted branches. I remember the walking sticks quite well from living in Ohio. I am glad they can make ...


Questions On Forsythia

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... lopping shears and cut the largest canes at the base, then cut the top back to a bud to the size you want. Back to Shrub/Hedge Menu Back to the Hortiscope Table of Contents


NDSU Lawn, Garden, Flowers, Trees & Shrubs

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NDSU Lawn, Garden, Flowers, Trees & Shrubs NDSU Lawn, Garden, Flowers, Trees & Shrubs Agriculture, Natural Resources Back to Main Index Page Business, Community, Leadership Family, Home, Youth, 4-H Food, Nutrition, Food Safety Search ...


Questions On Croton

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... between now and April, then begin normal liberal waterings. Good luck! These plants are a challenge to grow! Back to Shrub/Hedge Menu Back to the Hortiscope Table of Content-s


Questions On Nannyberry

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... spring. A gentleman who was involved in the planting of the hedge more than 20 years ago told me that they are a variety of shrub called nannyberry. The hedge runs the length of the park. We have a difference of opinion concerning how the ...


Questions On Crepe Myrtle

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... one season? (E-mail reference) A: Be careful how much you prune! "Deadheading" is not proper pruning of anything that is a shrub or tree specimen. Cut back nothing larger than the diameter of your thumb. It will bloom on subsequent growth. ...


Questions On Potentilla

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... our basement. I would estimate that the tile is at a depth of about 5.5 feet. (e-mail refe-rence) A: I have dug every kind of shrub, including the ones you mention, out from the fo-undations of old houses and never have found any roots that ...


Questions On Gooseberries

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... 10 days. Follow excellent sanitation practices. Clean up all fallen fruit, and cultivate the soil around the plants. Back to Shrub/Hedge Menu Back to the Hortiscope Table of Conten-ts


Questions On Kalanchoe

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... until flower buds are initiated. The same practice is followed with poinsettias and Chris-tmas cactus plants. Back to Shrub/Hedge Menu Back to the Hortiscope Table of Contents


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