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Fertilizing BasicsIt pays to know why, what, how, and when to feed your plants by Sandra C. Gorry Photo/Illustration: Allison Starcher No matter how hard one tries, it’s tough to transform the topic of fertilizers into lively con­ver­­sation. But for all gardeners, knowledge of fertilizers and how to apply them effectively is as crucial to vigorous plant growth as knowing a plant’s har­diness zones. So in the interest of growing healthy plants, what follows is a brief discussion of the why...
What Made My Good Plant Go Bad? Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
What Made My Good Plant Go Bad?Use these seven questions to figure out what's wrong with any plant by Jim Chatfield Like detective work, diagnosing a plant problem is both an art and a science, combining knowledge of a great many fields with the respect for and enjoyment of solving a good mystery. The bad news is that no one will ever master diagnostics; the good news is that no one will ever master diagnostics. So everyone should enter the arena, from beginning gardeners to master gardene...
How to Grow Raspberries Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
How to Grow Raspberries Select an everbearing variety, practice a few trellising and pruning tricks, and pick berries from July through fall by Darlene White You have to pick often to keep up with everbearing raspberries, though it\\\'s a welcome task. The author\\\'s canes grow to more than 7 feet tall every year. You may think the sheer gustatory pleasure of wolfing down ripe, juicy raspberries, whose flavor explodes in your mouth, is reason enough to grow them. Well, think again. Ras...
Seeds Sown for Bloom Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
Seeds Sown for Bloom There are few winter pleasures for a gardener that equal browsing through the colourful images and vivid descriptions of seed catalogues, and thank goodness they’ve finally begun to arrive. Even if you don’t buy, just flipping through these catalogues can make you feel that sweater-weather and spring flowers are on their way. It may be optimistic, but it does help to dispel those late winter blues. If you haven’t yet received your seed catalogues, there are many online...
The Poinsettia Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
The Poinsettia Like the Christmas tree, holly, mistletoe and reindeer, the poinsettia plant has become part of our Christmas tradition – no small feat for a tender plant not indigenous to our part of the world, at all. Native to Central America, in Aztec, the poinsettia’s name is cuetlayochitl, meaning “mortal flower that perishes and withers like all that is pure”. Throughout the region, it has gone by several names. In Chile and Peru, the poinsettia is called the “Crown of the Andes”, a...
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