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  • using vines to shield deck from sun

    ...onnecting to the middle floor which is 8' off the ground and using the building for the rear side. I am hoping someone has some advice for… More

  • Perenial Climbers

    ...ed to plant some morning glory on our "low to the ground old fashion" fence (it's about 2.5 feet high with 2 horizontale peice of wood. I'm sorry I can't describe it better ehe. Anyway, I wanted to plant a… More

  • The J.Beetles Will Not Eat List.

    I came across this list and thought I would share it. I consider it a general guideline because some of the plants listed have been attacked by the beasties. For instance, I know that petunias and dogwoods have been affected by them here in my area. Sorry for the long… More

  • SOOO Much to Trade!! Here's my updated list!

    Plants and Cuttings I have to trade: *Note: We grow completely organic only. • -Tamarix 'Summer Glow' - cuttings • -Willows: CUTTINGS: Salix Mats.'Golden Curls'(brilliant golden yellow bark, orange/red stems, green curly leaves-stunning, S. 'Dragon Claws", 'Hakura Nishiki', S. purpurea nana (Dwarf Blue Arctic), S. pur. pendula (Weeping Blue/Purple Arctic),… More

  • Restoring History: Rehabilitating a Museum Garden

    ...ing, detoured to one of the gardens on the museum grounds. The sign said "Garden of Fragrance". As I walked… More

  • suggestions for dirt around old oak tree

    ... that much of the roots are growing on top of the ground and between the roots has become a total nuisance with blackberry vines & weeds of every description. I tried spot… More

  • Voles,Moles, whatever!!

    ...r about all I've done is fight ants and some underground critters that dig holes, leave little round balls of dirt above ground and eat some of my favorite flowers roots!… More

  • how invasive is the phothos ivy?

    ...s in it (red tip photinia). I trimmed some pothos ivy (from a potted plant) and put them in the bed to try and start some cover. Well, now it appears that this… More

  • when to plant creeping thyme seed

    ... out a garden of poison ivy and wanted to plant a ground cover quickly. Can I plant creeping thyme from seed right now? I am in zone 7. More

  • Roses In Bloom!

    ...t the past month looking like sorry sticks in the ground: More

  • Plants Poisonous to your cats!!!

    This does not mean the whole plant but sometimes parts but is best to keep them out of reach regardless Plants Poisonous to Cats Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's… More

  • Shady Garden

    Hi, While browsing the net I saw this website which looked interesting and informative. I am a new member and would like to exchange ideas and experiences about gardening which I am relatively new to. My garden has two shady areas which I am working on. One area is under… More

  • English Ivy

    .........5 years ago I planted English ivy after the ground hogs ate my other plantings. They ate Snapdragons, Impatiens and Alyssum before I tried the English ivy. Now back to my problem.....the ivy is growing well. It is 12 inches over the brick border hiding my hard work of shaping… More