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Mar
21
answered How can I get lemon trees to bear fruit?
Mar
20
comment Combine Two or More fruit Trees!
walnut is not closely related and will not work... @kevinsky just means if you graft a plum and an apricot on to the existing tree the apricot may try to grow twice as fast, and require more pruning
Mar
18
comment Combine Two or More fruit Trees!
@kevinsky absolutely... in this case, sounds like they already have some asymmetry
Mar
18
comment Combine Two or More fruit Trees!
well NH has a lot of different hardiness zones... there are some zone 5 almonds, it would probably have to be one of those... the problem with almonds in new hampshire would probably be sun... In my (albeit limited) exposure to the area, it seemed like everything was planted fairly densely.
Mar
18
answered Combine Two or More fruit Trees!
Mar
17
comment How can I get lemon trees to bear fruit?
well do you know if the are dwarf trees?
Mar
16
comment What are the growing conditions for Camelia azalea, especially its water needs?
actually I will give this advice, watch the plant, but dont do too much fiddling. sometimes when you really like a plant you spend too much time messing with it, and you dont take time to see what works.
Mar
16
comment What are the growing conditions for Camelia azalea, especially its water needs?
i would guess pretty normal for the genus... acidic soil, even water.
Mar
15
comment How do you grow a Lotus flower from seed?
if you had enough light...
Mar
15
answered How do you grow a Lotus flower from seed?
Mar
12
comment Tall Living Fence
@Bamboo, you would suggest that :) but in my experience you running bamboo doesn't respect lines, and clumping bamboo would just require a lot, and temperate clumping bamboo's tend to look bad for 4-6 months out of the year.
Mar
10
comment How to differentiate Tumeric from Lesser Galangal without digging it up?
You are right on the taxonomy, for some reason I thought tumeric was in alpina, along with a bunch of other things with ginger in their common name... Well I guess I don't have any experience with lesser gangal, I some with greater gangal from thai cooking, and tumeric from Indian cooking (purchased from the south East Asian store though.) I did get tumeric to sort of grow, but the Great Basin isn't really the place for it. Well I guess good luck...
Mar
10
comment How to differentiate Tumeric from Lesser Galangal without digging it up?
How about smell, how do the leaves smell if you crush them?
Mar
10
comment How to differentiate Tumeric from Lesser Galangal without digging it up?
More than same family, at least tumeric and gangal are in the same genus. I am not sure what the binomial for what I call ginger is.
Mar
10
comment How to differentiate Tumeric from Lesser Galangal without digging it up?
Well I guess it depends on which ginger, as they are all 3 gingers.
Mar
10
answered How to grow Rosemary indoors over the winter?
Mar
10
comment How to differentiate Tumeric from Lesser Galangal without digging it up?
Yeah I have only seen them in pictures, but I think the gangal does have broader leaves... At least you didn't plant ginger too, right?
Mar
10
answered Chainsaw 18" that actually starts
Mar
9
comment What is the name of this fat-stemmed plant?
I think it may be in Araliaceae
Mar
9
comment What is the name of this fat-stemmed plant?
@kevinsky the leaves look very ficus... But the flowers look wrong to me.