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comment How do we revive Spruce trees that lost 50% of their needles after a flood?
@Viv the question does not say the trees are rotting, only that they don't look as nice as they did. Without a site plan it's hard to say
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answered Are there any benefits from leaving dead leaves in the soil around a plant?
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answered How do we revive Spruce trees that lost 50% of their needles after a flood?
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comment Transplanting Jack in the Pulpit
I agree. No need to move it as they are for sale at nurseries and even grocery stores where I live.
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revised Any way to save a large tree that's starting to split/crack down the middle?
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answered Any ideas on what is wrong with this tree?
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answered Any way to save a large tree that's starting to split/crack down the middle?
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comment When is the right time to put milkweed seeds in soil?
missed that bit about the window box, Don't think that will work for common milkweed. Maybe the tropical variety
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comment How often should you overseed a lawn?
Sure you can, the birds love it. Most people don't try more than a few times without covering the seed or using coated seed
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answered How often should you overseed a lawn?
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comment When is the right time to put milkweed seeds in soil?
as a note common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) is something you do not want in your garden. It spreads by roots which can under flagstones for five feet or more. Other types are better in your garden such as Asclepias incarnata
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comment When is the right time to put milkweed seeds in soil?
Agreed, plant now. they make a thick taproot and do not transplant well.
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answered Big Max Shed Foundation
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answered How many trees are needed to attract birds as significant pests?
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comment What kind of a plant is this (with large, glossy “finger-like” leaves)?
@Brenn and probably something else a few years from now, taxonomy seems to be hard and rapidly changing with the results of DNA analysis
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comment What USDA zones can I grow Yacon in?
This would be an even better answer if you mentioned the latin name and what kind of plant it is. I had never heard of it.
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answered How to control horsetails (equisetum)