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Care of Concrete Extreme and rapid changes in temperature and humidity affect all concrete adversely. Concrete has an inherent tendency to expand and contract with climatic conditions ( a phenomenon taken into account.. More...

Christmas Tree Care For maximum beauty and safety, use a tree stand that holds 1 gallon of water. Refill daily. A fresh tree containing adequate moisture will NOT support a flame. Before placing tree in stand, cut at lea.. More...

Christmas Tree: Fraser Fir vs Balsam Fir Fraser fir trees are a fragrant "Southern Balsam" featuring medium length needles, stiff branches and good needle retention. Balsam fir trees are the most fragrant of Christmas trees. It features sho.. More...

Deer be Gone Sorry, Deer "I live in the northwoods and grow lots of flowers that the deer love to eat...until I tried this recipe. Not one single plant has been damaged since, and the deer don't even venture into .. More...

Differences in Roses Hybrid Tea Roses These are the most popular class of roses. They carry their flowers on long stems suitable for cutting. Use these as featured plants in a mixed bed of fragrant roses. You will need to.. More...

Hosta Information When working with hostas it is best to divide or separate in early spring. The leaves and foliage can be cut off and cleaned up after a hard frost in the fall. Many people do not like the Hosta blooms.. More...

How to Plant a Tree so it Lives! Many people have asked this question, so here's my best explanation! Always call Digger's Hotline before you begin so you don't hit any wires, pipes, and so on when digging! Digging the Hole It's very.. More...

How to Plant Potatoes Cut a potato into 1.5"-2" cube. Each with one or two good eyes (buds). Allow cut surfaces to heal (dry), usually a few days. Plant the pieces eye up about 4" deep and 12" apart. Ten to twelve pounds w.. More...

How to Select, Plant, & Care for Herbaceous Perennials Herbaceous perennials are valuable for a wide variety of uses in our landscapes. They beautify the home setting, increase property values, and provide greater depth to our daily experience. For a succ.. More...

Indeterminate Tomatoes VS Determinate Tomatoes Indeterminate tomatoes: They are a pole or stake type plant. The blossoms and fruit develop over time and the harvest lasts several months. Determinate tomatoes: They are a bush type plant. The fruit .. More...

Information on Hardy Fall Mums PLANTING Plant young plants in sunny location (at least a half-day of sun).*Plant in fertile, well-drained soil. Soils can be\ improved by adding compost, peat moss or other organic matter. *Flowering.. More...

Long Blooming Perennials List of Long Blooming Perennials ACHILLEA- YARROW ADENOPHORA confusa- LADYBELLS ANEMONE- WINDFLOWER ASCLEPIAS tuberosa- BUTTERFLY WEED ASTER- Fall Blooming Types ASTRANTIA- MASTERWORT BUDD.. More...

Month by Month Maintenance January -Take precautions on mulching. -Put mulch on perennials to protect them from fluctuating temperature. Snow is a natural mulch, but it could melt. -Evergreen branches act as a great mulchin.. More...

Part Shade and Shade Loving Perennials List of Part Shade Perennials ACONITUM ADENOPHORA ALCHEMILLA AMSONIA ANEMONE (MANY SPECIES) AQUILEGIA ARUNCUS ASTER divaricatus ASTRANTIA BAPTISIA BERGENIA CAMPANULA (SOME SPECIE.. More...

Perennial Advice Perennials are plants that come back year after year. They often increase in size. Gardeners should plant their garden depending on height, color, season of blooming, and whether it requires shade, pa.. More...

Plants that Attract Birds, Butterflies, and Hummingbirds This page is for all those people who want to attract birds, butterflies, hummingbirds to their gardens. Part of the fun of having plants in your yard is the joy of seeing birds, butterflies, hummingb.. More...

Poinsettia Care Moderately bright light is best, but poinsettias will tolerate low light. Moderately moist soil is preferred. Water throughly when soil surface fells dry to the touch. Drain excess water in saucer at .. More...

Pruning Shrubs This question is asked a lot. We find a good rule of thumb is to trim after the bloom time of the shrub is done. For example, Rhododendron, Lilac, Forsythia, and Purple Sandcherry all bloom in spring... More...

Things to Consider Before Planting When choosing plants for your yard there are a few things that you should consider before you start. 1. Think of the location for light that the plants will get. Sun? Shade? Part Shade? 2. Think of th.. More...

Water Plant Information Water is a fascinating element in nature and in the designed landscape. It can be still and reflective, trickle quietly from a soothing fountain or cascade brightly down a waterfall. Water provides te.. More...

 

 

 

 
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