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Shrubs are much like trees, but are smaller in size and have multiple stems. Trees have a single trunk.
Late fall and early spring are good times to move burning bushes. The shrubs in question will have enough time to adapt to the new location before the respective stresses of winter's cold and summer's heat.
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how much do you prune an hibiscus bush before winter You should never cut back any more than 1/3 of the plant at any time. Pruning is not recommended before winter, it should only be done after any danger of frost or freezing. They should be protected in the winter when it does freeze as they are a…
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its the female part of the vag
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a srub is a small plant that looks a lot like a small tree.
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Just about any type of animal can eat shrubs. Specifically, birds may eat the berries. Deer may feast on the blooms of flowering shrubs. Insects such as aphids may feed on the leaves. Other insects such as Japanese beetles and June bugs may remove the juice out of berries and leave a trail of wizene…
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Senna shrubs used to be classified as members of the genus Cassia spp, within the pulse family, Leguminosae. A more correct classification is considered within their own genus, Senna spp, within the bean family, Fabaceae. As is the case with other family members, senna shrubs are nitrogen fixers. Th…
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Microphylla is the scientific name for 'small leaved'. It comes from the Greek for '[having] small or tiny leaves'. The word isn't used just to describe small leaved shrubs. So for example, it also may be used in regard to 'small leaved' trees.
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A figure can't be suggested because of variability in properties, prices, and habits. Specifically, different properties are likely to have different slopes. A steeper slope generally requires more additional ground cover than do gentler slopes. Different businesses offer different sale prices, redu…
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Holly is a bush or shrub. It needs full sun. There are different varieties. The Chinese holly gets damaged by the winters of zone 5 or lower. Japanese Holly hates hot weather. American holly is a native plant that can get 60 feet tall. It can grow in zones 3 to 10.
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yes they do he he!
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Potentilla fruticosa is a hardy flowering bush. It grows in cool temperate areas.
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You cut back your chrysanthemum after it has completely died off for the year. Usually around November.
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check the base of the plant to see if rodents are eating the bark. chances are that this symptom is caused by a physical damage to the plant.
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The seed is found within the drupe of the honeysuckle [Lonicera spp]. The drupe is the name for the honeysuckle fruit. It may be red, blue or black.
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You trim a barberry bush after it flowers.
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Trim rose bushes in the early spring, after the snow and frost have gone. Cut off all the winter kill. If the branch is still green inside, it will produce growth, so don't cut it off. Don't forget to deadhead all season long. Never fertilize after the middle of the summer, as the new growth will no…
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A hibiscus plant only is considered a shrub or small tree when it matures to a height of 30 feet [9.144 meters]. The word 'hibiscus' is the genus name for over 200 different species. Specifically, the genus may be seen as the rough equivalent of a person's last name. The species may be seen as the r…
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Yes, mugo pine shrub [Pinus mugo] can be replanted if now is in the fall. That season generally is the best time for replanting. It allows the plant to get used to the new location before the cold weather. That also means that the plant's comfortable and ready to grow with the nice weather.
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Peonies include both the tree peony and herbaceous peony. Tree peony includes: Chinese tree peony, paeonia rockii, Japanese tree peony and itoh peony. Peony is a deciduous shrub and a woody plant, while herbaceous peony is a tuberous and herbal plant. Tree Peony leaves are wide and the front side is…
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No, it's a bad idea to prune a pin oak in spring, as you may be increasing the chances of its infestation by the fungus oak wilt. Better to prune it when dormant. By the time oak wilt is diagnosed, it is too late to save the tree.
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You can pretty much go as low as you wish. You should leave some leaves on the plant to allow it to obtain nourishment. Typically it will grow back fairly quickly. Most place that really cut back leave at least a foot standing.
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I did some digging and found that you MAY be talking about a Citrus Weevil... there are also Citrus Root Weevils which are sometimes white with black stripes... they are all pretty much the same. I saw them too and was wondering if they were harmful. At first ,I thought they were kind of cute and in…
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In the fall tends to be the best time to transplant firebush [Hamelia patens], and indeed just about any plant. Specifically, a popular autumnal month tends to be October. The reason lies in getting the plant adjusted to the new location before the cold weather sets in. By the time the cold weather …
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A bundle of twigs is called a faggot.
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Yes, hibiscus plants are shrubs ... sometimes. A shrub is a woody plant that matures to a height of 30 feet [9.144 meters]. But not all hibiscus plants are woody. Neither do all mature to such a great height.Instead, the word 'hibiscus' is the genus name for over 200 species of plants. The genus may…
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what are the adaptations for the Dwarf health shrubs
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Pruning should be done before the tree starts to bud out in the Spring. To encourage new growth, this is the best time. For shaping, anytime the plant is dormant, has lost its leaves, will work.
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Spring.
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The need for pruning depends upon the particular kind of tamarisk. The salt cedar or tamarisk [Tamarix spp] may be evergreen or deciduous. The evergreen varieties don't tend to need pruning except in the case of the letter 'd'. That means pruning only when there's damage, danger or disease.The decid…
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Yes, since it affected all the bushes around your home, some chemicals in exterior home cleaning can cause major leaf drop or death of the bushes. Whoever did the job should have covered all foundation plantings with plastic or plastic tarps.
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I don`t know but it`s latin I think.
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Salix is the willow family.
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Yes and no, shrubs should and shouldn't be pruned in winter. They shouldn't be pruned if there isn't a problem. Generally, you can think of the rules of the letter 'D'. Do winter pruning if there's damage that must be corrected. Do it if there's a danger otherwise to people and property. Do it if th…
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The Scarlet Cestrum [Cestrum fasciculatum 'Newellii'] handles full sun or partial sun and partial shade. It has a mature height of 10-12 feet/3-3.6 meters. It sports tube shaped, vivid flowers summer through fall. Once they fade, the blooms are followed by attractive but highly toxic red purple berr…
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After the bloom fades is the time when you fertilize jasmine [Jasminum spp]. For example, some jasmine does what's called 'bloom on old wood'. That means that it flowers before the new growth in spring. It tends to be called 'spring blooming' jasmine. In this case, fertilize and prune after the bloo…
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Nothing will happen to you if you're among the lucky people who aren't allergic to the irritating urushiol oil that's found within every part of poison ivy [Toxicodendron radicans]. Nothing may happen to you if you immediately wash in soap and water whatever came in contact with the bush. Rashes, it…
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Flowering almond, alpine currant, serviceberry, azalea, barberry, beautybush, lilac, butterfly bush and bridal veil spiraea are flowering bushes are ones that would grow in Minnesota.
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match-me-if-you-can,yellow elder,hibiscus
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Viburnum opulus "sterile" the Snowball bush is a shrub or small tree and has a reasonable life span but it is easily propogated.
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All Prunus are best pruned in the spring or early summer so as to avoid possible silver leaf disease There may be some sap bleed but this is not likely to do any great harm.
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A Hawthorn bush is found all over the UK, mainly in hedgerows. It is a deciduous tree, which means it drops its leaves every autumn. It has dense leaves and a short trunk. The new shoots are red in colour, and it has a white blossom with a strong scent when it flowers. It also produces red berries.
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gumamela,santan,sampaguita
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Stinkwood timber is dark walnut to black.
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Grows on mountains and heaths throughout Europe, Southwest Asia, and North America.
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Cassia angustifolia, a member of the Leguminaceae family.
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I would like to know if there any elephant ear plant thae does't spread?
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Senna is a shrub-like plant with leaves and pods.
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yes
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its a middle eastern desert. its not technically an elephants ear.
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Pruning should be done before the tree starts to bud out in the Spring. To encourage new growth, this is the best time. For shaping, anytime the plant is dormant, has lost its leaves, will work.
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Pruning will do a number of things. It activates a survival mechanism in the plant that will spark it to concentrate on good roots. And it provides less structure to be fed through the system, allowing a better chance of establishing a solid base to grow from.
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It is impossible to tell what can be wrong with a wisteria without having more information, but you might be able to tell from the information at the sites linked in the Related Links.
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After flowering.
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When you should prune clamatis, depends on the species. For all types, one should start by taking any damaged or dead wood. An easy way to remember when to prune is to consider the ABC's. A is for after bloom. Any species that blooms in early spring would be in A, and you don't prune until after the…
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Many believed that the best time to prune Raspberry bushes are in the late winter or early spring. The plant should be over a foot before trying to prune the bush.
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no put it in hot water
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If your bushes are getting out of control, then you do need to prune them. Pruning plants will help them look better and will also help them to grow bigger and better.
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no
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Locust, blackberries, osage oranges, cactus (not really a bush), black brush, quahilla, palo verde, roses, and holly will all grow in Texas.
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Yes, a shrub is considered to be a plant. Anything that has stems is considered to be a plant.
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Tenerife is the only native home of Draceana draco the dragon tree.
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Yes. Juniper bushes have a fragrance.
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