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Questions On Jasmine
... 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
... 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
... 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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Questions On Croton
... 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
... 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
... 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
... 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
... 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
... 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