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Tom's Digs - Orlando SentinelSummer is almost here and it’s a great time to get your lawn in shape. Actually, the spring season has helped a lot with more rain than I can remember in a long time. The key to a good green lawn is water and fertilizer. Even the drought tolerant lawns....
Special to The Morning CallSometimes a shrub needs a sharp edge. Horticulturists agree that for most shrubs, selective pruning that retains their natural form is healthier, more attractive and much easier on the gardener than shearing them into sharp, severe shapes. But...
Special to The Morning CallAt a recent gathering of gardeners, I asked each for a short list of their favorite nurseries. No lists were identical but almost everyone had Point Phillip Perennials on it. The nursery, established in 1996, boasts a two-acre display garden and two of...
Of The Morning CallStrawberry pots, those multi-pocketed pots that our mothers filled with hens and chicks, are attractive and space-saving. They are ideal for decks, patios and small balconies, but they can be difficult to maintain. If you water from the top, the bottom...
Special to The Morning CallQ: I've been looking for castor bean plants or seeds for years. In your June 16 column, you mentioned you found some. Details, please! -Tracey Remaley Q: My mother is interested in finding castor bean seeds locally. Can you help? -Susan Pavelko,...
Universal Press SyndicateEllen Ogden didn't want to look out her living room windows at a bare stretch of lawn, so she designed the prettiest garden she could think of: a vegetable garden. Ogden is co-founder of The Cook's Garden (www.cooksgarden.com), a mail-order business...
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Dear Gardenkeeper: I have to ask you a question about my rubber plant, and I hope you have the answer. Why do some leaves turn yellow and drop off? Is it getting too much sunshine? Not enough or too much water? Louise Valeriano, Bethlehem Dear Louise:...
MARCH 28 Cymbidium show: San Gabriel Valley branch of the Cymbidiun Society of America hosts an orchid show with potting demonstrations and an orchid sale. 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 28 and 29. Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden, 301 N....
When potted plants meet their demise, shake the dirt off outside and save it and the pot for another planting, or just add the dirt to your lawn. If reserved for another planting, you may want to add perlite and fertilizer. It's good earth you'll be...
Tags: Fertilizer, Soccer, Water Restrictions, Gardening, Tomatoes
(ARA) - As the leaves turn different colors and the weather becomes cooler, many Americans begin to engage in outdoor cleanup. Consider the number of Americans injured in yard work accidents every autumn and you may begin to suspect that "fall" is...
NEW YORK (AP) - Nissan says it has no plans for additional job cuts in the U.S. following its announcement of 20,000 job cuts worldwide. Nissan North America spokesman Alan Buddendeck says the company has made the cuts it needs and does not expect...
Almanac •Average temperature: High 83, Low 60. •Rainfall: 2.42 inches. Moon phases • First quarter: April 2. • Full moon: April 9. • Last quarter: April 17. •New moon: April 24. Moon-sign planting dates ...
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