This Week's Gardening Ideas:
June 10, 2014
|Protecting Pawpaws (and Other Fruits) from Pilfering|
|Save nylon mesh produce bags to protect fruit as it begins to ripen. The bags expand as fruit grows and help protect it from predators. Also, since pawpaws often ripen and drop off the tree within a short period of time, you can retrieve your fallen fruit from the bag. |
June 9, 2014
|Living in Washington State for two years resulted in my first introduction to elderberries (Sambucus sp.). A friend took me on a hike into the woods and showed me where they were and how to identify them. The resulting jelly was wonderful. (347 words - Read the full article)|
Some new reviews from the ATP Green Pages:
|SongofJoy recommended Oakes Daylilies and wrote:
I won the prize offered by Oakes Daylilies in the daylily not-a-raffle a few months ago. I chose the daylilies pictured below. They arrived very quickly and in beautiful condition. Some have already developed buds this year. I highly recommend this company.
We keep growing, because ATP is where all the excitement is these days! Check out these numbers from last week:
- 275 members joined.
- 4,800 posts written.
- 1,665 images posted to the plant database.
- 799 plants added to personal inventory lists.