What's Coming Up 101: Hardy cranesbill, pale beans, mulch, and a woodland walk

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Big role for bigroot cranesbill, a hardy Geranium

When bean plants pale

Grinding a tree for mulch

Two clips keeps quince small

Lacy maple's snap collapse

Beef up health to beat mildew

Meting water to meet the need

Avoiding heat stress

Admiring tough native plants

Correction: Bugloss not native!

When trees turn upside down

Ideas all along a garden path, from chicken fungus to frog's toes

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'Album'
'Bevan's Variety'
'Claridge Druce'
'Ingwersen's Variety'
saved nutrients
tree logic
10 - 12 feet
15 inches tall
accept losses
acid loving plants acidifying fertilizers, acid loving plant powders
act early
admit error
almost evergreen
annual beds, annuals affected by mulch
annuals half the size
balanced fertilizer
bark
biennial
bigroot perennial geranium, big root perennial geranium
birds
blood meal
broad tastes
brown after becoming pale
careful watering, cause
clean straw as mulch
compact plants
competition
complete fertilizer
cool breeze
cool place
cool shower
corn gluten meal
Cornus florida
correct problem
cranesbill geranium
cut twice
damage
deadheading optional
decompose organic matter
dense, denser wood chunks
dependable
discourage weeds, discourage seedlings
dog days
drink water
dying back
early spring
exposure
fertilizer, fertilize, fertilization
few roots
finer ground wood mulch
forestalled hardening
fragrant foliage
full sun
fungus infection
garden walks
Geranium, Geranium macrorrhizum
green beans
hard cut
heat exhaustion
heat stroke
heavy feeders
high humidity
high pressure sprinklers
insect problems
insecticidal soap
ironite
irrigation
issue 86
Japanese maple tree
kill nymphs
lamb's ear relative
lawn grass
leach nutrients
lean soil
leaves, leaves evenly pale
lots of rain
lower carbon content
maple trees
microorganisms
midsummer, mid summer
midday irrigation
mildew
mist
moisture retentive leaves
mulch
newly planted
newspaper mulch
nitrogen, nitrogen reserves
no weed and feed, weed & feed
nutrient availability, nutrient deficiency seen in leaf color
nutrient drain
oak sawdust
older wood
out of sun
overall health
overheating symptoms
pale in new growth
pale leaf edges
pale leaf tips
pale foliage low on plant
paths
patterns of paleness
pink flowers, pink-range flowers
potato hoppers, hopper burn
prairie dock, Silphium terebinthinaceum
prune, pruning, pruning for air, pruning for light
quince, Chaenomeles japonica
redesign
reduce harvest
Scott's turf builder
seaweed solution
shade, shade appreciated
shredded paper
slightly furry leaves
soil test
spreading
spring
sprinkle
Stachys Hummelo, Stachys micrantha 'Hummelo', S. morieri
stimulates suckers
stop
strong plant growth
summer dog days
supplement nutrients, supplemental nutrients
tap root
toads
trickle
trunk damage
two years
upside down
viper's bugloss, Echium vulgare
water
water frequently, frequency of watering, irrigation timing
weakened conducting system
well-drained
wild thing
wilt
wood decomposition cycle
yellow on edge yellow on ends
yellow throughout blades, yellowing of plants, yellowing leaves

 

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