What's Coming Up 40: Disease resistance, see-thru arborvitae, lead in soil, staking, boxwood leaf miner

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In this issue you will find answers to these Search terms: 

arborvitae
boxwood leaf miner
browning of leaves
cane borer
chemically treated lumber, pressure treated wood
chlorosis
covering soil
cutting back ornamental grasses
dark veins
distortion of leaf, distorted leaves
drainage change
Elmer's glue
environmental changes
exposure to gas, exposure to chemical
fungicide for mildew control, prevention of mildew
growth conditions
growth habits
insecticidal soap
lead absorbent plants, plants that fix lead
oil sprays, horticultural oil
pale leaves, pale foliage
perennials susceptible to mildew
pest problems
poison ivy
powdery mildew
pruning late blooming clematis
pruning spring blooms, pruning spring bloomers, pruning spring blooming plants
raising beds, raised bed
reduced light
replacing soil
resistant plants
results
root damage
scents of spring
self-sown seedlings, volunteers
staking perennials
stunted, stunting of leaves
symptoms of powdery mildew
toxic weed removal
transplanting seedlings
treatment of powdery mildew
twiggy branches for staking
washing soil
weeding, weeds
white coating on leaves

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