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  • Good List of Hummer Plants

    If not for this year, for next. This covers the whole hummer regions From my newsletter several weeks ago. Some of these plants are very regional and some are not allowed in certain areas. Buckeyes are not allowed in California. Some tender perennials are sold as annuals. For example, Lantana… 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

  • HONEY LOCUST TREES SPROUTS

    ...HEM DOWN - SHALLOW ROOTS (MAY BE NORMAL FOR THESE TREES, BUT OUR CLAY PROBABLY HELPS) THROUGHOUT LAWN, GETTING CLOSE TO THE HOUSE (30 FT AWAY), BUCKLING NEIGHBORS DRIVEWAY (10 FT AWAY), SEED PODS WERE A NUISANCE, ETC. SINCE, I HAVE DISCOVERED NEIGHBORHOOD ELECTRIC AND PHONE CABLES… More

  • Trees, shrubs, vines, etc.

    ...e backdrop around the perimeter of the yard using trees and shrubs. One particular area I am having trouble with is my front walkway: I have a garden at the… 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

  • Covering a chainlink fence in zone 3b?

    Sorry for the confusion folks, USDA says I'm in ZONE 7B. I just found out. My Sunset Garden Book said I was in zone 3b in their book. I thought they were all the same... I could use some help... I live in the San Bernardino mountains of Southern California… More

  • What kind of pod is this??

    ..., and the only tree I have in the front yard is a locust tree. It has a sweet nutty smell to it, and the green stuff inside is very sticky. It is 6 1/2 inches long… More

  • Black Locust the bane of every gardner!

    I had one tree when we moved into our house (z7), and we were afraid it would break, and fall on the house, so we made the mistake of cutting the darn thing down. Now,I've got it growing all along the fence line (in the neighbor's yard, of course), and… More

  • Flowering plant, foxglove/digitalis esque

    Greetings all! Pleased to meet you.... This is my first spring/early summer in my new (old) home and I'm frantically trying to identify everything that's growing here. This is my first go-round with already established grounds, so please be gentle if I ask about something that seems woefully obvious. Thus… More

  • What kind of tree is this?

    ...l leaves, orange berries. I thought it might be a locust,but can't find anything similar when googled. This tree has not done well since the cicada invasion two years ago. I am afraid it is not going to make it. More

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