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KEEPING THE SPIRIT ALL YEAR ROUND - LIVE CHRISTMAS TREES

December is here and that means Christmas is on the way. The time is nigh when holiday decorations are unpacked and the center of attention is selected. More often now, families are considering the option of a live Christmas tree. I am always an advocate of planting trees, BUT, a live holiday tree needs some consideration and understanding to ensure long term success.The first and most important consideration is if there is a suitable site to plant the tree. Look for good drainage, open area with full sun, and adequate space for growth. Select an area that is at least 10 feet away from any structure and not under any overhead wires. Similarly, the site should not interfere with traffic site lines or cause future obstructions to public sidewalks or vehicle traffic. Check first if the plan is to donate the tree.I have had better success selecting container grown trees instead of balled and burlapped. They are somewhat easier to move around, easier to water prior to planting out, and the…See More
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Oregano (Origanum vulgare), is a flowering plant in the mint family (Lamiaceae). It is native to temperate western and southwestern Eurasia and the Mediterranean region.It is sometimes called wild marjoram, and its close relative O. majorana is known as sweet marjoram.Oregano has purple flowers and spade-shaped, olive-green leaves. It is a perennial, although it is grown as an annual in colder climates, as it often does not survive the winter.Oregano is planted in early spring, the plants being spaced 30 cm (12 in) apart in a fairly dry soil, with full sun. Oregano will grow in a pH range between 6.0 (mildly acidic) and 9.0 (strongly alkaline), with a preferred range between 6.0 and 8.0. It prefers a hot, relatively dry climate, but does well in other environments.Many subspecies and strains of oregano have been developed by humans over centuries for their unique flavours or other characteristics. Tastes range from spicy or astringent to more complicated and sweet. Simple oregano sold…See More
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Re-print (BYGL)Deck the halls with boughs of holly, winterberry (Ilex verticillata) that is. While this member of the genus Ilex is not what Thomas Oliphant had in mind when he transliterated the lyrics of this ancient welsh carol into English, it is what we think of at Secrest. Ilex verticillata is perhaps the most visually stunning member of the genus Ilex.Ilex, which comes from the Celtic word ‘Ac’ meaning point, refers to the spines commonly found on the leaves of this genus. However, Ilex verticillata lacks such spines.Ilex verticllata is the most widely distributed native species of holly, being found in Canada south to Florida, and west to Missouri. It can even be found growing in Ohio. It prefers to grow in swampy areas, but can tolerate drier sites. The foliage is medium green in summer (flowers are inconspicuous) and turns purple to yellow in the fall. The plant beings to shine in September when the berries start to turn bright red.The contrasting display of red fruit and…See More
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What Plant AM I? for December 3rd, 2016

What Plant AM I?My purpose is for culinary enterprises. I belong to the family Lamiaceae (mints). I am also called the "king of herbs" and the "royal herb".I may be possibly a native to India, popular and I have been cultivated there for more than 5,000 years.I AM a tender plant, best known as a prominently feature traditional cuisine, and also plays a major role in Southeast Asian cuisines of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Taiwan. Depending on the species and cultivar of me, the leaves may taste somewhat like anise, with a strong, pungent, often sweet smell.My oils have been found to be toxic to insects including potential toxicity to mosquitosSo what plant AM I?See More
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What Plant AM I? for December 3rd, 2016

What Plant AM I?My purpose is for culinary enterprises. I belong to the family Lamiaceae (mints). I am also called the "king of herbs" and the "royal herb".I may be possibly a native to India, popular and I have been cultivated there for more than 5,000 years.I AM a tender plant, best known as a prominently feature traditional cuisine, and also plays a major role in Southeast Asian cuisines of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Taiwan. Depending on the species and cultivar of me, the leaves may taste somewhat like anise, with a strong, pungent, often sweet smell.My oils have been found to be toxic to insects including potential toxicity to mosquitosSo what plant AM I?See More
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Turf tips for December !

With winter fast approaching, the "to do list" for your lawn is getting shorter and shorter . If you love your lawn , here is the short list of things to consider doing for all of those grass plants in your lawn to put them to bed for the Winter with a big smile on their faces !1. Hollow Tine Core Aeration - If you have not had your lawn hollow time core aerated this year, December can be a great month to do it ! So long as the soil is not frozen, your lawn will see enormous benefits from core aeration right now! All of those holes that are created will allow both moisture and oxygen to penetrate the soil. These holes will also make it easier for the grass roots to grow deeper down into the soil. The deeper roots the better! Deep roots really pay off when we hit the heat and drought of next summer !2. High Nitrogen fertilization - Now is the time ! If you have not applied your high nitrogen fertilizer to your lawn, you are running out of time ! The grass plants in your lawn are…See More
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The Poinsettia Story

Hello Mark and Garden Talk Bloggers. Tis the season for everyone's favorite red plant, or possibly pink, white, marble, burgundy, or even a mosaic of colors. Yes Christmas is close and the poinsettia's are always a highlight of the holiday season. Here at Knollwood we spent late October and November setting up our Christmas Shop with themed trees, Knollwood custom designed wreaths, and all types of holiday home decorating decor, but every year as we complete the holiday shop something seems missing. Suddenly a truck appears and we fill the store with poinsettias and we all feel the shop is now complete. I remember as a kid walking thru the greenhouse with my Grandfather Scott, watching him measure various plants with his special poinsettia stick and making notes on the crop each week as it developed. Knollwood's head grower John Slaughter who worked with us for over 50 years was also famous for "accidentally" dropping the last poinsettia to be shipped to the retail store every year.…See More
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Totipotent growth in trees

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Turf tips for December !

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The Poinsettia Story

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TIME TO PLANT

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Keep that Fresh Cut Tree Fresh

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Roses: To Prune or not to Prune

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What Porch Pots Already?

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Pruning large Hydrangea

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Pruning large Hydrangea

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Plant Springs First Color Now!

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