It's so nice
to be here and talking plants with planty people! :) Thanks for the warm welcomes I've received in response to some of my posts. :) A little bit about me: Well, I'm not that experienced a gardener. I've had two gardens in my life and really thought I disliked gardening,… More
What happened to my black ash trees?
:( Does anyone know what happened to my black ash trees? We had 7 of them cut down after they died in a matter of 2 years. There are a few more that look like they won't make it either. It seems all the bark starting from the top part… More
I have a mountain ash tree that is being pecked by a yellow bellied sap sucker. I sprayed the tree with orthos bug be gone because I saw ants on it. He is pecking the bark right off of the tree. Does anybody have a solution for this problem? More
looking to buy Mountain Ash/Rowan var Edulis...Can't find.
... wife and I are looking to plant a Rowan/Mountain Ash in our front yard, and in looking over the cultivars, we found that one (Sorbus aucuparia var. edulis) produces edible (or at least "more" edible) berries. That… More
Help identifying this tree
...erences that I can find want to identify it as an Ash, probably a Whit Ash. The problem is that the seeds are not Ash seeds. I am attaching photos of the seeds as… More
Mountain Ash and Elm Tree help needed please.
First my Mountain Ash. I noticed that something has been having a feast but only on the one part I have shown in the picture. I noticed it first yesterday and have checked today and whatever was eating it seems to have left. I checked it carefully and couldn't find… More
need help in iding a certain tree
...ed. Go to your favorite search engine and look up ash tree. Be very careful using ash for firewood due to the spreading infestation of an ash bore. Using "green" wood will also facilitate a build up of creosote in the flue… More
I was given a Mountain ash tree yrs ago... It is still very, very small.. one yr. it looked like it died.. The last 2 yrs. now I have set in the ground the fert. spikes.. It looks better now.. Why would this tree be so small after all these… More
Ashes into Garden?
...offee grounds in it lol). My question is, all the ashes from our bonfires in the firepit from burning the tree branches (many enjoyable nights thanks to a few good storms!), would they make a good mix… More
Ash Tree Seedlings
... in growing ash (Fraxinus americana L.-white ash) trees for the farm. Does anyone have any information on what is the best way to grow ash from seedlings? Thanks in advance. Mark More