National Gardening Association: Gardening Resources

National Gardening Association: Gardening Resources

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How To Stop CutwormsHow To Stop Cutworms
By Peterthinks, June 30, 2016

I had cutworms killing my tomato plants. To stop it, I did this...

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Get Your Potted Plants off the Ground!Get Your Potted Plants off the Ground!
By Gymgirl, June 28, 2016

Build a simple "Planter Pallet" out of free, recycled, or reclaimed materials, to keep tree roots from invading your potted plants. The pallet also helps your containers drain better, because they aren't sitting flush on the surface! These are great for patio containers, and may be cut into various shapes to suit your fancy!

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Why You Should Learn About PPMWhy You Should Learn About PPM
By ArtD, June 26, 2016

Many folks like to start their plants indoors from seed.

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Making a Pedigree Chart for Your Daylily SeedlingsMaking a Pedigree Chart for Your Daylily Seedlings
By cybersix, June 24, 2016

How to make a beautiful pedigree chart to keep track of the parentage of your seedlings and crosses

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Protecting Bulbs from SquirrelsProtecting Bulbs from Squirrels
By Suga, June 22, 2016

This is my accidental solution to a squirrel problem.

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Climbing Trellis Using 4 Cattle PanelsClimbing Trellis Using 4 Cattle Panels
By Thomas75, June 20, 2016

This is a simple and easy-to-build climbing trellis, either permanent or seasonal, for all types of climbing or vining plants.

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National Garden Bureau Accepting Applications for Therapeutic Garden GrantsNational Garden Bureau Accepting Applications for Therapeutic Garden Grants
By dave, June 17, 2016

National Garden Bureau, in an ongoing effort to raise awareness of horticulture and support the benefits of gardening, will grant $5,000 this fall to be split among three therapeutic gardens in North America.

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The June 2016 Not-A-Raffle-Raffle!The June 2016 Not-A-Raffle-Raffle!
By dave, June 15, 2016

We have a huge collection of prizes put together for this month's raffle. Come check it out!

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Chemical-Free Japanese/Asian Beetle Control for RosesChemical-Free Japanese/Asian Beetle Control for Roses
By Buttonwood, June 14, 2016

This is the best method I have come across so far, coupled with milky spore.

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The newest comments to the plant database:
By Deebie on Jun 30, 2016 4:46 PM, concerning plant: Lantana (Lantana camara 'Cream Carpet')

I have had this plant in my zone 8a garden for several years. It dies down to the ground, but comes back faithfully each spring, even if I do not give it extra protection during our winters. It is not a large plant. In fact it's a short mounding plant. Butterflies love it, but so do whiteflies in late summer. Other than that, it's a great low-maintenance plant and I highly recommend it.

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By GeoCoppens on Jun 30, 2016 10:54 AM, concerning plant: Passionflower (Passiflora pinnatistipula)

I fully agree that P. pinnatistipula is an accepted plant name, but these pictures do not represent P. pinnatistipula (please compare with the entry for Passiflora pinnatistipula 'Donna Brigham'). This is Passiflora tarminiana Coppens & Barney (please read the species'authorship, you will understand that I am particularly competent for this determination). Best,
Geo Coppens

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By foraygardengirl on Jun 29, 2016 11:36 AM, concerning plant: Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina Tiger Eyes®)

It really is a beautiful accent shrub, but I will be making every attempt to eradicate Tiger Eyes from my yard this summer. I have found more than 20 little baby Tiger Eyes up to 30 feet away from the parent, and this is only the third summer that I have had this plant. Though it has been marketed as non-aggressive/non-invasive, I regret having planted it.

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By merkity on Jun 29, 2016 9:05 AM, concerning plant: Tropical Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'El Capitolio')

I believe the picture for this plant is incorrect. in the International hibiscus Society genealogical database - the red version is classified as the main version ( no bloody mary label), the salmon color is a sport - and every other variation is not currently registered.

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By mystlw on Jun 29, 2016 12:19 AM, concerning plant: Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Hush Little Baby')

I ordered this plant as 2-double fans, but what actually shipped to me were a few small plants with only a couple of leaves each. I planted it into a container thinking that I would have to wait until next season to see blooms. Within three days, scapes began to form. My four tiny plants now have three scapes blooming or about to bloom, while still only having a few small leaves. Beautiful small-ish flowers, though perhaps they will be larger next year when my plants are bigger.

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