They’re easy targets for disease, if rainfall or watering splashes fungal spores up from the soil onto the plants. The bottom line: If we appreciate the value of boxwood, we must change our ways.
The height of the garden year has already come and gone: summer solstice. Not to worry; there is plenty of action still to ...
So, growing plants that tolerate clay soil is a smart strategy for most of us even if we continue to add organic matter ...
If you want to shape boxwood because you’re growing it as topiary, mature plants can be trimmed after the spring flush. Be mindful, however, that the growth that results could be damaged by ...
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The number one reason for boxwood decline is root knot nematodes ... Is it necessary to make additions to our sandy soil? A. Many Florida plants grow in our sandy soils with no special additions.
Boxwood blight was first identified in the U.S. in 2011 and has since been found in 20 states. While the pathogen can be spread in a variety of ways, it mostly travels between states and regions ...
Although Japanese beetles feed on about 300 species of plants, they feed sparingly or not at all on many common trees and shrubs. These include: red maple; silver maple; boxwood; flowering dogwood ...
Meadowlark Restaurant, located on Bend’s south side in Brookswood Plaza, still feels like a well-kept secret. The restaurant, ...