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  • Plant Doctor: February in the garden

    Almanac Average temperature: High 74, low 51 Rainfall: 2.35 inches Central Florida average last frost date: Feb. 15 The moon 1. Moon phases •Last quarter: Feb. 3 •New moon: Feb. 10 •First quarter: Feb. 17 •Full moon: Feb....
  • Trim frost-damaged hibiscus now or in spring

    Trim frost-damaged hibiscus now or in spring
    Q. Please tell me what to do with my hibiscus plants that were damaged by frost. They still have some green leaves. A. Obviously hibiscus don't like the cold and there is likely more damage ahead during the winter months. You could trim off the...
  • Help for avocado trees: How to boost health and improve harvests

    Help for avocado trees: How to boost health and improve harvests
    This week our SoCal Garden Clinic turns to problematic avocado trees: Question from reader Steven Klein of Malibu: In November 2011, I planted a 3-gallon Lamb Hass avocado tree on a slope with full sun about 90% of the day. Despite my ineptitude,...
  • Snow Storm Damage to Trees

     
    We lost a lot of beautiful trees in the storm last weekend. There was a truly magnificent magnolia framing a neighbor's historic stone home that I admired every day on my way to work. It was lovely in bloom, but......
  • The Dry Garden: Tips for the best persimmon tree

     
    Persimmon tree: Tips for pruning, picking fruit and otherwise ensuring you have the healthiest, prettiest, most prolific persimmon tree possible....
  • Tree triage: Post-windstorm Q&A with arborist Rebecca Latta

     
    Damaged tree repair: Can a fallen tree be replanted? When should I plant the replacement? What should I do if tree branch got ripped off? How should I prepare for the next round of winds? Arborist Rebecca Latta provides some answers....
  • Crape Myrtle Whacking & Hacking

     
    Observation of the whacking and hacking around town says there are many options when it comes to the care of crape myrtles. You are also going to find that many gardeners choose to do nothing and let the shrubs or small trees grow naturally and they do...
  • Sick Citrus Trees Need Help

     
    Gradually the leaves turn yellow, the foliage drops and the branches turn brown. Citrus trees young and old are starting to decline. Most gardeners with this problem are simply saying their trees are sick. Citrus trees have always declined but not seeming...
  • Crape myrtle tree: Beauties that can take the heat

     
    Crape myrtle trees: Crape myrtle trees have great flowers, beautiful bark and fabulous foliage. Plus they're drought tolerant....
  • Pa. Game Commission habitat work underway on state game lands

     
    By Jerry Feaser Of the Pennsylvania Game Commission Game Commission food and cover crews begin season of wildlife habitat improvements; Illegal dumping and ATV use remain problems HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s teams of land...
  • Place your bets: Which grocery plants will survive?

     
    It's a holiday pop quiz! Which of these plants will most likely live to see another Christmas? Which can survive in a patio pot or flower bed, and which will just end up in the compost bin no matter how......
  • The Dry Garden: How to prevent your trees from looking like this

     
    Nobody wants to live in the house with the fallen tree, squashed sedan and news truck out front. Nobody wants to learn the definition of what arborists call the “wind sail effect” after “tree failure.” When winds whip through Southe...