What's Coming Up 141: Compost, Mulch, Pruning Roses, Rose Problems

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Aged black gold for gardeners: Compost!

Mulch-choosing primer--lots of choice, plenty of advice.

Cut to the quick for great roses

Gall darn weird growth!

Tie first then clip: It's a hit for ornamental grasses!

Tip cuttings from the week's individual emails include:

  • Deer blasters and train gaurds
  • Fueling fall color this spring
  • Planting potted forced bulbs into the garden
  • Sow common names snowball
  • Trees in planters
  • Seeds and cuttings, just pure fun
  • Shoo-ing winter with a grin
  • Solving poor drainage
  • Feathery grub killers on the prowl

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Emerald ash borer alert

Desirable weeds? You bet-don't preen 'em!

Rough stuff along bed edges

Hairy find on blue beard

Stone's throw from a mower

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Anemone blanda
Anemone sylvestris
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Bulbs, planting
Caryopteris x clandonensis
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Compost
Coppice sprout
Cranberry viburnum
Crown gall
Cuttings
Depth of mulch
Dianthus
Dogs and cocoa hulls
Drain tiles-installation
Epicormic
Eranthis hyemalis
Eriophyid mites
Euonymus
Evergreen ginger
Friable
Forsythia
Grasses-cutting down
Humus
Hydrangea paniculata
Iris pallida arsenteo-variegata
Johnny-jump-up
Leaf litter
Mertensia virginica
Mulch coverage
Nival
Pine needles
Pluvial
Poor drainage-plants for
Premium ground fir bark
Red pine fines
Repot large plants
Rodale Institute
Rose-climbing
Rose gall wasp
Rose-groundcover
Rose-hybrid tea
Rose-shrub
Sanguinaria Canadensis
Seeds
Snowball bush
Soil conditioner
Spreading mulch
Spring ephemerals
Testing compost
Vernal
Viburnum opulus 'Sterilis'
Virginia bluebells
Viola tricolor
Wet soil-plants for
Winter aconite
Woodland anemone
Woody fines

 

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