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Portland, Oregon, USA
USDA hardiness zone 8a


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comment Can you identify this brownish and pink coloured moth?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this is a site for gardening and landscaping, not for identification of random animals.
Jan
21
comment digging a basement after the house is built
I'm moving this to our sister site, Home Improvement, since it's about excavating a basement and not about gardening. Please stand by...
Jan
18
comment How should I care for these plants?
One question per plant please.
Jan
8
comment What is this weed in my lawn and how can I get my grass back?
@anonymouscoward You're welcome! Are you the OP? If you want to merge your accounts, use the contact us link, then select "I need to merge user profiles" from the dropdown and follow the instructions.
Jan
6
comment Why does my gardenia have brown patches on it's leaves?
What fungicide and insect repellent did you use and at what strengths? Did you have a fungal infection? What about insects; did you have any and what type were they?
Jan
6
comment What is the name of this purple-flowered climbing plant?
Could you tell us where you are in the world, and if it was sold to you as a houseplant or for outdoors? Thanks!
Jan
4
comment How should I prune a top heavy Jade plant?
Please update your question with some photographs of the plant and its container. Thanks!
Jan
3
comment How do I take care of my very small Kaffir lime tree?
In general, the correct size of the pot depends on the size of the plant. Please post a photo of your tree in its pot so we can get an idea of how big they are. Thanks!
Jan
1
comment Are both of these flowers chrysanthemums?
If you could find one, a photo of an annual Chrysanthemum leaf would be useful for contrast with the perennial type.
Dec
31
comment What is this weed in my lawn and how can I get my grass back?
If you upload a new photo, please use the "image" control above the editor (blue and green, looks like a tiny landscape painting), which will allow you to add the photo directly from your computer desktop.
Dec
25
comment What is this plant with red growths on its leaves?
Any idea on the name of the plant?
Dec
20
comment The stems of my garden plants are splitting and can see a spade like germ inside
Please add some photographs of the plants; without them, we can't give you a good answer. Thanks!
Dec
14
comment How can we salvage a poorly pruned mature pear tree?
We need more details and photographs to answer this question properly. Stop by Gardening & Landscaping Chat if you need assistance with uploading the photos; once edited, your question will be reviewed for reopening. Thanks!
Dec
12
comment What is this Coarse Green Sand-Like Material in my Bonsai Kit?
Did the kit come with any instructions?
Dec
9
comment How should I treat a badly aphid infested shedding Hoya?
I assumed the 0 means Fahrenheit since you're in the US. Please update the post if I was wrong. Also, please post some photographs of the plants as it will help with diagnosis. Thanks!
Dec
8
comment Can I graft a branch of a sweet orange onto a sour orange tree to get sweet fruit?
Thanks again for your contribution. Like on your other post, I removed the signature and made the affiliation to the links explicit.
Dec
8
comment What is this low, leathery serrated leaved plant from the Piedmont region of Maryland?
The very start of the question reads "It is not evergreen", which rules out Hellebores, no?
Dec
2
comment How fast does human manure turn into compost?
Read the previous sentence @J.Musser, the one that starts with "For three months..."
Dec
2
comment How fast does human manure turn into compost?
Read the article again: it was over two years from start to finish.
Nov
30
comment What is this white grub I found in my soil in southern England?
I added a link to the Wikipedia page for this species, but it does not describe the pupae. Please add some information on how you identified it, preferably with references. Also, please try to find the law that you mentioned. Thanks!