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 When should I pot up seedlings?
presuming you have them in a flat .... do it before they get their roots all tangled up .... 2 leaf /.... 4 leaf.. do it when you have time... in fact .. do some now... and do some in a few weeks... and report back to us if it makes a difference ....
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 Moving a large fully leafed out Hosta
you will need a rope .. like clothes line masking tape shovel pruning shears a strong back hose and water water the hosta well in advance so it is in prime shape for moving .... take the clothes line ... and get it under the hosta ..
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 Tissue Culture explained
Tissue Culture Explained Set the picture in your mind ... think of a single eye of a hosta as an artichoke .... There is a bud under every junction of the leaf at the crown .... the first ones are visible to the naked eye ... as they are now s
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 What are Good Gardening Books for the Mid-Atlantic?
*Posted by donnad z6 MD (My Page) on Thu, Jun 13, 02 at 22:56 What's your favorite gardening book? What book would you recommend to a gardener moving to this area? Thanks in advance for any replies! *Posted by: drtynails z7 MD (My Page) on Fri
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 Why is my hosta underperforming?
hosta that are out of the orinarily slow may be planted too deep .... dig up the whole root ball .... heave it as high as you can ... right back into the same hole .... and make sure the top of the crown is right at ground level .... it will take o
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 For ken_adrian - belated Halloween horror show
       • Posted by: flora_uk SW UK 8/9 on Tue, Nov 6, 12 at 12:53
              • 25 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Aug 20, 14 at 10:27
Ken - I took my camera out with me today and decided to collect a few images to send a shiver down your spine. For those with delicate arboricultural tendencies do not look any further. (Myself, I love all these quirky trees. And despite the
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 where's Ken when you need him - nowhere!
       • Posted by: campanula UK Cambridge on Wed, Aug 28, 13 at 12:56
              • 29 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Apr 13, 14 at 18:37
C'mon Ken, hop to it - I need advice, encouragement, solace....and fast. You have 5 acres...and now I do too. However, I also have no money and limited labour resources. Working at an average 5 plants per square metre, 5 acres requires 100,000 pla
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 Moving a large fully leafed out Hosta -- lots o pix
       • Posted by: ken_adrian z5 Adrian,MI on Tue, Jun 5, 07 at 14:15
              • 81 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Aug 16, 14 at 10:43
well .. time for this one again .... i am sure you wont mind ... since i renamed my files.. i had to start a new post ... enjoy .... you will need a rope .. like clothes line ... masking tape ... shovel ... pruning shears .... a strong back ..
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 Ken Adrian - Help
       • Posted by: patann Z5 Mich on Sat, Aug 30, 14 at 11:45
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Aug 31, 14 at 14:34
(Couldn't think of another way to get your attention.) . . . .and anyone else who can help me: I just received a Cryptomeria japonica, Japanese Cedar, from Thuja Gardens in North Carolina (highly recommend, by the way) in a 3 gallon pot, abou
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 Ken--if I get 'Bird-Poo Flu', I'm coming for ya..!
Okay, ken--at your suggestion,
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 how to transpalnt a conifer/tree -- huge pix post
       • Posted by: ken_adrian on Mon, Feb 8, 10 at 9:18
              • 34 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, May 14, 14 at 0:52
most of all.. timing is the utmost consideration ... in my z5.. as soon as the ground thaws.... 6 to 8 weeks before bud burst and the heat of summer.... or basically october .... when the other trees are in full color.. most all trees ar
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 Can you suggest a "fast" growing conifer for screen
       • Posted by: lindsroc 6-MA on Wed, Apr 3, 13 at 9:47
              • 65 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Nov 16, 13 at 17:41
We live on the corner of a busy road so are looking to plant a few evergreens around the corner of our yard to block the view of the street and keep headlights from coming in windows at night. We would like something dense and that will reach a h
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 NEWBIES: stay out of your garden
       • Posted by: ken_adrian on Sat, Mar 6, 10 at 17:07
              • 75 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Mar 21, 14 at 16:05
ALL NEWBIES .... I KNOW YOU HAVE THE FEVER.... the hardest months of the gardening year.. are the transition from winter to spring... YOU CAN DO SO MUCH DAMAGE.. just put down the tools... and walk away .... clean up fallen sticks..
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 Pinus densiflora 'Burke's Red Variegated'
       • Posted by: ken_adrian z5 on Fri, Nov 20, 09 at 11:43
              • 25 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Mar 31, 14 at 15:01
a wonderful dragon eye.. if you look at the green bands.. as they go around the whorl... they seem to make an eyeball .... in latin Oculus Draconis ... first 2 years after transplant.. lost nearly every single needle .... out searching for
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 Garden Etiquette
       • Posted by: ken_adrian z5 on Fri, Dec 14, 12 at 12:58
              • 40 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jul 18, 14 at 9:19
from the FAQ page .... for you newbies ... ken Garden Etiquette 1. I did NOT invite you over to use my bathroom ... SO DO NOT ASK .... because i cleaned the garden for your visit, not the house... take care of this before you get here ...
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 NEWBIES: what are the basic tools
       • Posted by: ken_adrian on Fri, Jan 15, 10 at 9:25
              • 47 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Mar 17, 14 at 23:41
do we have anything better to do??? ... how about some teachable moments ... WHAT ARE THE BASICS TOOLS A NEWBIE WOULD NEED .... presume no budget ... i know there are 1000 tools they might need someday .... but lets just talk about the bar
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 Hey Ken
       • Posted by: mxk3 z5b/6 MI on Sun, Nov 3, 13 at 18:37
              • 10 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Nov 4, 13 at 20:59
What cultivar of variegated daphne do you have? I remember jumping up and down over yours. I'm making a list of things for next spring (because I will forget if I don't write things down on Post-Its as soon as the thought flits into my mind...).
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 pruning smoke bush into smoke tree
       • Posted by: flowergirl78 5b on Tue, Feb 5, 13 at 17:42
              • 30 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Aug 6, 13 at 9:42
I have a purple smoke bush that was here when we got our house in 2006. I have hated it for years because it was planted not 4 feet from a lilac bush which it towers over and crowds into. It just looks ugly and awkward in the space. I butchered
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 Living Christmas Tree project (R.YEW.Crazy?)
       • Posted by: CommodoreTwit 5 (MA) on Mon, Dec 3, 12 at 15:26
              • 30 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, May 15, 13 at 13:44
Yew (taxus) at end of driveway is 5' tall, very healthy. Must be female because decorative red berries adorn it. Love it, but it must be moved as it is knocking over a stone wall. So here is my grand experiment. Try it as a Christmas tree
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 P. parv 'Brevifolia', P. densi 'Burke's Red Variegated', A. k.
       • Posted by: ken_adrian z5 on Wed, Nov 30, 11 at 9:36
              • 31 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Oct 12, 13 at 16:45
Pinus parviflora 'Brevifolia' Return to the Conifers Forum | Post a Follow-Up P. parv 'Brevifolia', P. densi 'Burke's Red Variegated', A. k. Posted by ken_adrian z5 ( My Page ) on Wed, Nov 30, 11 at 9:36
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