Carole-Anne Girouard at 2015-08-03T18:07:16+0000 |
Reddish spots on my pear tree, they appear on new leaves and darken as leaf matures. Also, tsu tree doesn't produce any flowers. I'm thinking soil imbalance, any ideas? - show more posts on this group
David Castro at 2015-08-03T20:53:53+0000 |
Any help with these tomatoes?
One looks like boring creature but nothing inside
2nd one I thought was blossom end rot?
3rd has brownish waves from the end?
Thanks - show more posts on this group
David Castro at 2015-08-03T20:15:32+0000 1 people like this | 3 people comments
I'm new to this page, Plant Identification recommended you for help.
We live in Long Island NY, and recently our Hydrangea leaves came up with these spots on leaves.
I'm thinking some sort of fungal infection?
Thank you for your help! - show more posts on this group
Sarah Wendt at 2015-08-03T15:03:32+0000 | 3 people comments
What is the cause of death? Echinacea pow wow. 2 other plants within 2 ft on each side of this one, and they look fine. Looks like it caught on fire! (It didn't.) - show more posts on this group
Faye Vaughan at 2015-08-03T20:05:30+0000 |
Three of these were together. Central Florida. I almost thought avocado but they don't look as solid. - show more posts on this group
Faye Vaughan at 2015-08-03T20:06:22+0000 2 people like this | 3 people comments
Central Florida Pasco. This was next to cilantro and pigeon pea and sweet potato. Interesting shape leaves - show more posts on this group
Debbie Fedie at 2015-08-03T15:21:57+0000 1 people like this |
Understanding Earthworms The pale red garden earthworm is often called "nature's plow." That's because an earthworm pushes through soft earth with the point of its head. If the soil is hard, the worm eats its way through, forming interconnected burrows, some several feet deep. Burrows loosen the soil, admitting air and - show more posts on this group
Debbie Fedie at 2015-08-03T15:32:19+0000 2 people like this |
Cute Or Destructive? What It Means When You Find Roly-Polys In The Garden Also known as pill bugs, these timid denizens of the dark and dank aren’t as menacing as you might think. - show more posts on this group
Rhonda Petty at 2015-08-03T17:04:15+0000 4 people like this |
I have tropical hibiscus for sale $7 and they are mixed colors. See pictures of what colors are blooming today. Message me to come pick your out. - show more posts on this group
Debbie Fedie at 2015-08-03T19:58:15+0000 7 people like this | 2 people comments
For anyone wanting to start a fall garden, Joplin Greenhouse has plants ready to go in the ground. There is still time to plant other late crops from seed: bush and half-runner beans, beets, carrots, sweet corn, Kohlrabi, lettuce, mustard, radish, spinach, and turnips. Make sure these are in the ground by mid-Augu - show more posts on this group