This week some helpers planted for me. My Rose of Sharon was planted too close to a walkway. I need it to be about a foot away from where it is. Is it OK to move it now or should I let it rest over winter and move it in the spring? It had been in a good sized pot.
The statement on the web site is that the empty shells from Osmocote degrade into the soil. What is the mechanism of this degradation. Does the resin biologically degrade or is it a physical degradation only? If it is physical only, does Osmocote contribute to microplastic pollution?
Hi Marianne. I live in Kent and have Dinnerplate Dahlias in my flower garden. I decided this year to store them and took them out of the ground about 3 weeks ago. They are hanging in my shed to dry now. But I found out that I wasn't supposed to lift them until the first frost. So now they have ...
My roses did not do well this year - they had terrible black spot with powdery mildew in spite of using a systemic product - I'd like to prune them now & clean up all the leaves before it freezes but I don't want to lose them either! Thanks for any advice!
Those three struggling rosebushes I asked you about have all survived. The one with more sun blossomed quite a bit. The other two began growing leaves 10 days ago. I'd like to move the two to a sunnier, drier area. How long should I wait? Today starts a stretch of lows in the 40s and 50s (with one night in ...
Please tell me which of your fertilizers I need for the following: 1. Barberry Bush 2. Gardenia (Everblooming grafted) 3. Jasmine Sambac Shrub 4. Winter Gem Boxwood 5. Asiatic Jasmine Groundcover Thank you.....P.S. are your fertilizers organic?
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