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 Least Favorite Gardening Trends...What NOT to do in Your Garden
Here's advice on what NOT to do in your garden..opinions from all and sundry... Least favorite gardening trend...What's yours?? My least favorite garden trend....Evergreens!!!!!! Posted by daylilydreamer 6/7Mid-Atlantic (My Page) on Wed, Aug
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 So you want to grow a gardenia, huh? (also known as the infamous suicidal gardenia thread)
Every once in a while a thread takes a life of it's own and becomes infamous. This is one of them, preserved for posterity. Suicidal Gardenia Posted by Joan - CA-10 ) on Tue, Jul 6, 99 at 1:33 Hi y'all, Okay, second time here for this vetch
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 How do I make a concrete leaf casting?
Image by: Dena This is one of our most popular questions. The paragraphs are responses by Garden Web members. The names and Web sites were removed but the basic information remains intact. Thanks to everyone who contributed! ====
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 Japanese Tree Lilac Ivory Silk will not bloom
       • Posted by: mori1 5/KS on Tue, Jun 15, 10 at 13:56
              • 12 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Jun 16, 14 at 13:02
I 've had this tree for almost 6 years and its only bloom a couple of times since I've had it. For the last two years I have given it worm casting tree spikes, it gets plenty of sun and water. But the dam thing just won't bloom, what gives?
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 Mimosa (Silk Tree)
       • Posted by: AptosCA US9/Sunset15 on Tue, Jul 19, 05 at 22:48
              • 12 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Jul 23, 05 at 11:36
Amazing that this tree starts out as this small seedling. And grows to this size. Of course, that is many years later. And I just love the flowers. And so do the hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. Return to the Garden Photo G
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 Help! What Tree will Grow to Replace Silk Oak?
       • Posted by: desertdance So CA Zone 9b on Sat, Mar 8, 14 at 10:07
              • 8 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Mar 14, 14 at 10:05
Between a huge boulder and a huge deck is growing a 25+ year old Silk Oak (about 60' tall) on our recently purchased property. I question the sanity of the person who planted it. It provides wonderful shade on the deck, but is the messiest tr
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 'Brown Turkey'....Silk Purse from a Sow's Ear?
For years I have read all the postings about the insipid flavor of the ubiquitous,
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 Mimosa ~ silk tree
       • Posted by: FlowerLadyLorraine 10 on Thu, Apr 3, 14 at 15:44
              • 8 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Apr 11, 14 at 6:03
I posted a photo on my blog not knowing what this little tree was and several have said it looks like a Mimosa to them. I just looked these up and want to know if these are illegal to grow and how messy are they? It's in a pot and I thought of us
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 Anyone fimilar with the floss silk tree?
       • Posted by: vivilet on Thu, Oct 13, 05 at 23:36
              • 5 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Nov 6, 05 at 15:46
This tree has such a beautiful bloom .Does anyone know anything about it? Follow-Up Postings: RE: Anyone fimilar with the floss silk tree? Posted by: serenoa z8b, F Return to the Southern Gardening Forum | Post
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 Mimosa Tree--yea or nay?
I live in San Diego and I have an enormous yard by So CA standards. I need an established shade tree because I'm too old to wait around. I found a good size Mimosa silk tree in a 24
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 Bombax ceibu tree
       • Posted by: Cagary zone 10 CA on Sun, Jun 19, 05 at 15:07
              • 28 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jul 9, 13 at 20:20
Well over ten years ago I sent away for some Bombax ceibu seeds. (What was I thinking?) The strongest grower soon out grew every pot it was planted in. Finally I planted it in the ground in front of my house. Now its really huge. But it never flow
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 Kapok-Silk floss trees
       • Posted by: phxplantaddict 9 on Mon, Aug 23, 10 at 11:45
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Sep 3, 14 at 13:08
Ive seen some large trees around town and was wondering if anyone here has any. They look pretty cool with the thorny trunk and beautiful flowers. Im going to plant a few of these this fall. Thx for any imput. Follow-Up Postings: RE
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 Silk floss tree problem - need help
       • Posted by: passatryde none on Sat, May 21, 11 at 23:07
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, May 22, 11 at 18:34
About 2 years ago I bought two silk floss trees but for some reason only one seems to be doing well and I was hoping someone might be able to tell me what The problem is. So when spring time comes around only one seems to generate new leaves appr
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 Tree Lilac Ivory Silk
Hi Folks, I typically hang out in the Hot Pepper Forum. I'm looking for pruning info for my Lilac Tree (not Bush). It was planted in my yard approximately 6 yrs ago and has grown considerably. It stands about 22-25 ft. Trunk has about 8
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 Bonsai Silk Floss Tree..Chorisia.
       • Posted by: stanofh on Sat, Aug 30, 08 at 18:39
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jul 3, 09 at 11:56
A Kapok relative that grows outdoors in Califorinia..here are some old Potted plants...you'd be blue ribbon at the next show with one of these. Follow-Up Postings: Return to the Bonsai Forum | Post a Follow
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 Pachira (Money Tree) - Spring re-potting pics
       • Posted by: greenman28 Nor Cal 7/8 on Mon, May 24, 10 at 21:36
              • 143 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Nov 10, 14 at 8:46
Good evening, everyone! I came home this afternoon to find that my Pachira had been knocked over by the wind. Since I've been meaning to re-pot the tree for several weeks, I took the opportunity today. I was delighted to see the thickness
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 'Shangri-La' or 'Silk Hope' Mulberry tree to TRADE
Hello Friends, I have both a
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 WANTED: Trade Lists Ft Worth Autumn Swap November 1 2014
       • Posted by: sylviatexas z8a Tx on Tue, Aug 26, 14 at 22:35
              • 133 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Nov 3, 14 at 19:52
I know that the weather is, as the song says, hotter than a two dollar pistol, but maybe that's the best time to start thinking about dividing, taking cuttings, planting seeds, stacking up extra Return to the Texas Gardening Forum |
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 The Official AZ Tropical Fruit Trees Thread
       • Posted by: kccav on Thu, Dec 9, 10 at 19:15
              • 45 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Oct 7, 13 at 2:09
Sorry for the monopoly on threads today. If anybody wants to share a pic of their tropical fruit trees or their thoughts and experiences on what you are growing ie.,how well your tree does in are AZ environment. Iam growing a Bailey's Marvel and M
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 An Orchid on Every Tree
       • Posted by: epiphyte78 9 on Fri, Mar 8, 13 at 5:55
              • 33 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Apr 19, 14 at 16:41
When I drive around Los Angeles I see way too many naked trees. Naked trees should be the exception, rather than the rule. So let's get puritanical! Adorning your trees with epiphytes and other plants is pretty much the funnest thing. It's
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