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Scientific (?) literature on planting and maintaining apple trees
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I think the following book matches your needs (in terms of content, level, style, etc.): Apples: botany, production and uses From publisher site (emphasis is min): This book, with contributions from ...

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What is this variegated (or sick?) climber?
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This is a Lonicera japonica ‘Aureoreticulata’, a.k.a. goldnet honeysuckle. Some info from internet: (beware, there is occasionally a contradiction between sources) From Missouri Botanical Gardens: ...

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Plant identification: dwarf pine and spruce?
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Plant 1 It is hard to guess without closer look to the foliage, so I am going to split my pick: Juniperus 70% Chamacyparis 15% Thuja 15% This reason that I favor juniperus is that many plants of ...

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Recommendations for inter-planting with buddleia
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I am afraid there is no sensible option that satisfies your requirements. Your idea is as if belonging to some science fiction. There is one option that is perhaps slightly on the line of your ideas. ...

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Replacing trimmer head on Kobalt 80 volt
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It is hard to give a remote advice, but I think you should put the trimmer in a colder place (like basement), and just wait for a day, until temperature of the head, shaft and motor get lower and ...

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Tree rot & weeds growing from the rot?
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Your tree is decaying, and you can not stop it. If you leave it alone, the decay will progress next several years, trunk will probably split at some point in time, and the tree will eventually die (...

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Can I save this Cherry Plum?
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Cut cleanly the part that I marked with red color in the photo so that the remaining surface is flat, but not horizontal, it should make rain go away from the tree (meaning from the trunk that is ...

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Save the Aristocrat Pear tree
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It appears the tree is about to lose all its leaves. On the other hand, I don't see any dehydration signs in the trunk and branches (branch and trunk bark would have became gnarled by now if that was ...

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Weeping cherry tree shooting straight up
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I think you have a case of a "reverting" weeping cherry. This means as if you cherry wants to go back to its non-weeping form. This is not uncommon with weeping cherries. Here are some links ...

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Stone Fruit trees vs cherry-blossoms
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I have two suggestions: Malus floribunda - about a month of white/pinkish flowers in early spring; the fruit is edible, but really small to bother harvesting by people - the birds love it though ...

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Should I put more soil / compost to cover bottom of cherry blossom tree?
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No, don't add compost or other similar material to the height of the red line (red line is actually the place of your graft, the place where the rootstock and the scion meet). By doing this, you will ...

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