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PICK THE PERFECT PLANT - PART 2

Selecting a plant, the "right" plant, to replace vigorous, effective, but invasive species certainly begins with understanding the soils, drainage, exposure, and other environmental conditions of the site. Once that is accomplished, a list of good selections of plants is needed before heading out to the local independent garden center. A little research and perhaps some advice and suggestions from reliable sources helps build that list.For good dense screening , flowers, and fall color, consider some of the viburnums. There are species native to this part of north America, cultivars of those species, and some very acceptable and non invasive species native to other continents.Viburnum dentatum, Arrowwood Viburnum, is a species native to eastern North America. It can grow 9 feet wide and 15 feet tall in full sun or partial shade. Flat clusters of whitish flowers appear in late May, on slender gray stems and can attract butterflies. This shrub grows quickly to a dense, twiggy, tall…See More
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Pattypan squash is a variety of summer squash (Cucurbita pepo) notable for its small size, round and shallow shape, and scalloped edges, somewhat resembling a small toy top, or flying saucer. The name "pattypan" derives from "a pan for baking a patty". Its French name, pâtisson, derives from a Provençal word for a cake made in a scalloped mould. The pattypan squash is also known as scallop squash, sunburst squash, granny squash, custard marrow, custard squash, ciblème in Cajun French, white squash, button squash, scallopini or simply "squash" in Australian English, or schwoughksie squash (pronounced "shwooxie squash"), especially if grown in the Poughkeepsie, New York, area.Patty pan squash comes in yellow, green, and white varieties. The squash is most tender when relatively immature; it is generally served when it is no more than two to three inches in diameter. In fine cuisine, its tender flesh is sometimes scooped out and mixed with flavorings, such as garlic, prior to…See More
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Weeds are plants out of place.Lawn weeds may conveniently be divided into two classes based on the way in which they emerge from the seed. Monocots emerge with a single seed leaf whereas dicots emerge with two seed leaves. Most monocot weeds found in turfgrass are from the family Gramineae and are termed weedy grasses . Examples include crabgrass, annual bluegrass, tall fescue, and quackgrass. Dicots, on the other hand, are termed broadleaf weeds and include such plants as dandelion, clover, ground ivy, knotweed, and plantain.Weedy grasses and broadleaf weeds are further divided into groups according to the plants' length of life. Perennial weeds have a life of more than two years, though new seeds may be produced every year. Biennial weeds have a life of two years, generally storing up food reserves in the leaves and roots the first year and producing seed in the second year. The biennial weeds often are grouped with perennial weeds since control is similar. Annual weeds germinate…See More
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Heavy Maple Seed Production

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