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Shrubs are much like trees, but are smaller in size and have multiple stems. Trees have a single trunk.
the urea is better because it has an affordable price for farmers,it has 48% nitrogen if I am not mistaken. also as fertilizer, hashigh solubility.
Cross pollination.
  == Answer ==   most spring blooming shrubs require pruning after the blooms are gone, but before fall.
  I wonder if you mean Calliandra haematocephala which can be grown in an espalier fashion.   See link below
You should only prune shrubs when it is neccessary. Pruning causes  more growth so if you are pruning because the shrub is outgrowing  its space then it is in the wrong place.
  Usually by cuttings.
Rhododendron leaves turning brown could be caused by too much sun  or wind damage. Providing protection from the sun and wind and  continued browning is happening, it could be caused by the wrong  perlite being used.
The basic food required by plants,in liquid form, applied by the  grower.
Spring is the best time to transplant any evergreen. Water well  before lifting, take as much soil and root as possible, and water  well for the rest of the summer to ensure success.
Junipers are very drought tolerant. Once established (after 1 year) water only during times of drought.
Taking a 50000 tons urea fertilizer plant as an example, the  process of making granular urea fertilizer as follows: materials  batching, raw materials mixing, materials crushing, granulation by  pan granulator, urea granules drying, cooling, granular urea  screening, packaging etc. the whole...
A forty pound (40) bag is the amount of 25 percent nitrogen fertilizer needed for a 970 square foot bed. Specifically, calculate the amount of 25 percent nitrogen needed for a 1,000 square foot bed. Convert the 25 percent by multiplying it by 100 to get 4. Then divide 4 by 1,000 square feet to...
Composted manure or granular fertilizer - with the latter being one balanced application in March followed by 21-0-0 in April, May, June and July - are among the types of fertilizer that are needed for almond trees ( Prunus dulcis ). Specifically, trees need 17 elements in order to grow, leaf,...
As a fraction it is 33/997.As a decimal fraction it is 0.0331 (4dp).
Yes, myrtle shrubs are most definitely grown in Australia. Australia has the lemon myrtle (Backhausia citriodora) which is native to the continent, as are members of the syzygium, tristania and eugenia families. Also grown here are honey myrtle and crepe myrtle, but it could be that the Australian...
Yes, laurel shrubs are grown in Australia. For example, two particularly fetching, sure-fire cultivations occur with English ( Prunus laurocerasus ) and mountain ( Kalmia latifolia ) laurel shrubs.
It is not advisable to trim bushes in frosty weather.
As I understand it inkberry holly is Ilex glabra is a holly native to the NE United States. All hollies are evergreen and can be pruned when it suits you.
  Since the area is in sq ft, convert the thickness from inches to ft and multiply to find the cubic volume. (2 inches = 1/6 ft): 60 x 1/6 = 10 cubic feet.
No, because it is a plant.
The answer is no, there isn't any poisinous roses found.
Adelaide Dunbar is a lilac bush that is beautifully fragrant and generally disease-free. But the woody plants in question ( Syringa spp ) all react sensitively to other than proper drainage, heat, light, moisture, nutrients, and pest control.
  == Answer ==   You can technically grow roses from seed but the probability of getting a good result is fairly low.They are often fairly weak and non-descript.Commercially- new varieties are usually propagated vegetatively or from an exceptionally vigorous or unusual seedling produced from...
Proper pruning of trees and shrubs in your garden is one of the most important tasks of any gardener. Proper pruning means that timing is critical. Of course any trees or shrubs that have broken, diseased or dead limbs should be removed as soon as possible, but for regular maintenance, the following...
Whether or not you grow Oleander in the yard depends on whether you have pets or young children. Oleander is highly toxic to people, pets and livestock, so if there is any chance of it being ingested, it is best avoided.
Bald cypress is an example of a plant that sustains heavy rainfall. The woody plant in question ( Taxodium distichum ) qualifies as an aquatic that is flood-, moisture-, and precipitation-tolerant since it does not mind having roots in year-round moisture, something which many plants neither like...
That they contribute to sustainability, encourage more  balanced growth, have healthier impacts on plants, soils, and soil  food webs, and support the mantra "Reduce, reuse, recycle"  are advantages of natural fertilizers.    Specifically, natural fertilizers do not involve chemical inputs, ...
morning glory In Arizona: shrub: Texas Ranger, Rocky Mountain Laurel, Red Bud/Bird of Paradise, prickly pear and other cacti, jojoba, manzanita, creosote climbers: purple lantana (more of a ground cover), hearts and flowers, primroses
Yes , fertilizer is a form of nutrients. Specifically, fertilizer acts to put into the soil nutrients necessary for plant and soil well-being. The nutrients can be made and mixed artificially or naturally. Either way, fertilizer is a bundle of nutrients for distribution throughout the soil and...
Dilution and supplemental irrigation are precautions that a gardener can take so that chemical fertilizers stimulate plant growth without damaging plant roots when the concentration is too high. Specifically, a too high concentration can be corrected by diluting the fertilizer to its correct...
Symbiosis means long-term interactions between different biological species. The symbiotic relationship may be categorized as mutualistic, commensal, or parasitic in nature.Some symbiotic relationships are obligate, meaning that both species depend entirely on each other for survival. Others are...
  All Cytisus have pods.
Assuming the plant is healthy feed it with a high Potash fertiliser.
You cant. Cubic feet has an extra dimension. Square feet=lengthxwidth Cubic feet=Lengthxwidthxheight i dont know if this is reliable or not... http://www.onlineconversion.com/faq_01.htm     This is a nonsensical question. You must specify the Depth to which you are spreading material over the...
You could try some medicated baby powder at the base, I use a little medicated powder when i plant bulbs, you don't want a harsh medicated powder.
Answer . The best aspect, in any country, for the principal front of a house, is that towards the fair weather quarter - that point of the compass from which the fairest and blandest wind blows most days in the year - and the worst aspect, that from which the greatest number of storms come.....
Potted azaleas are grown in almost pure peat so to keep the rootball moist submerge the pot in a bucket of water until the air bubbles stop rising the allow the excess water to drain off. Do not allow it to dry out again.
You may be asking about the forsythia bush. It has small, bright yellow flowers covering the branches even before the leaves have leafed out. When pruning, last year's woody stems are removed near the base of the bush, leaving new growth to produce flowers and leaves.
Compost tea is a homemade, liquid fertilizer. Specifically, this homemade fertilizer involves compost and water. The compost comes from the breaking down of carbon and nitrogen rich materials into dark brown, fresh smelling, nutrient rich particles. It benefits from dilution in water until the...
Depends on the azalea bush. There are miniatures that only get about a foot and a half wide and high. And there are giants that get taller and wider than a man. But most azaleas fall in the 3 x 3 foot to 6 x 6 foot range. You need to either: Look up the information on the name of an azalea you...
The Best Kind of Fertilizer out in stores right now would be Pre-Emergence Fertilizer which is suppose to be spread on lawns near the Month of February. But, instead of putting that you could have Tru-Green come and do it professionally which would be better. Make sure that after you put your...
Garden hoes, gloved hands, mulches, and pruners are ways to kill weeds under bushes. Lawn mowers can be too destructive and intrusive if bushes heave their roots or locate roots close to the surface. Removal by hand or such hand-held tools as hoes and pruners take longer than the weed-suppressing...
Liquid and powdered fertilizers each have their uses. Specifically, some applicators choose powdered fertilizers because they feel that they work well with soil particles and pore spaces. Others favor liquid fertilizers for their quick results and varied application methods. For example, a...
Quality development of all life processes at a natural rate is the role of controlled release fertilizer in green engineering. Specifically, controlled release fertilizers make nutrients available over a set time period instead of all at once. They therefore promote balanced development of all...
Lilacs are not long lasting cut flowers, however you can improve their shelf life. Bring in the cut stems and re-cut the stems while immersing the bottom tip in a bowl of soapy water. This help reduce the surface friction and get the stem taking up water again.     They have a tough woody...
It can "burn" the plant material or worse run off into water  systems and pollute the water.
First, convert the depth to inches by dividing 2 by 12 (0.1667 ft).Next, multiply 31 ft by 21 ft by 0.1667 ft to get cubic feet (108.5 cubic feet).Finally divide 108.5 cubic feet by 27 (the number of cubic feet in a cubic yard) to get your answer (4.02 cubic yards).Hope this helps!
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.
  The problem with common names is that we cannot be sure which shrub you specifically refer to but I would guess you mean Viburnum opulus Sterile. It is not evergreen.
after lilac blooms have died and dried, this is the time to prune
In the fall after bloom.
Venus Flytraps are native to North and South Carolina, but since we are destroying the forests there, they are endangered. You can barely find them in the wild anymore, but they are mostly fund in the USA.
match-me-if-you-can,yellow elder,hibiscus
 August Beauty Gardenia is a fragrant  flowering shrub. It blooms with flowers from mid-spring to  fall.  
Attention to the amount and the placement of bio fertilizers as well as to related cultivating efforts are precautions to be taken while using bio fertilizers. Specifically, bio fertilizers are nitrogen fixing bacteria and phosphate solubilizing bacteria and fungi. Nitrogen fixing bacteria...
    SOME THORNS ARE POSINOUS.
  My face isn't white.
I was pruning our Butterfly Bushes wearing cutoff shorts, t-shirt and a pair of work boots with no socks. I did not tie up my laces. I felt a piece of the bush fall between my ankle and my boot. The next thing I felt was a burning pain on my ankle. I took my boot off and saw a rash that spread about...
Damask roses are the kinds of shrubs which have both pink and white flowers. The deciduous shrub in question ( Rosa v damascena ) may mix pink, red, and white on one bloom or one branch of one shrub.
The most likely cause is trimming the bushes at the wrong time of the year. The best time is just after the flowers have finished blooming. Pruning in late summer, fall, or winter will remove the following spring's flower buds.
Viburnum opulus "sterile" the Snowball bush is a shrub or small  tree and has a reasonable life span but it is easily propogated.
can you divide purple sand cherry bush
The fruit of the American Cranberry is quite edible and often used in jams and preserves. However, eating large amounts of the fruit all at once can cause vomiting and diarrhoea.
Nothing because natural products are the best.
This sounds like a fairy duster, or Calliandra.
grownd bone meal   Hang sheep or chicken manure in a canvas bag in a barrel of water stir occasionally and after a couple of weeks water the plants with it diluted about 10 to 1.
After the bloom is the best time to prune a broomshrub. Specifically, the shrub blooms from April to June. Flowering isfollowed by ample seed production. A regular pruning schedule maybe instituted any time between August and October. The earlier timewill control seed production while encouraging...
No, not all shrubs love ericaceous compost. The compost in question offers amendment, fertilizer, and mulch possibilities to shrubs (and other woody, as well as non-woody, plants) that favor soils whose pH measures in the acidic range. The word ericaceous references plants in the Ericaceae family,...
Use the following to answer the question yourself: The patchouli grows well in warm to tropical temperature. It thrives in hot weather but not direct sunlight. The plant recovers, so let's say you forgot to water it one time, if you just water it a little more than usual the next time then it will...
The Crimson Glory vine is a vine native to countries of eastern Asia, such as Japan and Korea. It is commonly found in forests, but can be grown in cultivated gardens in full sun to light shade.
Circumneutral and palustrinescrub swamp shrubbe ry are scientific names for shrub swampplants. Specifically, shrub swamp plantsgenerally can be identified as alders, elderberries, highbushblueberries, and willows. The list of genera respectively includesthe following: . Alnus , with about 20-30...
When planted they need repeated soakings until signs of new growth, then moderate watering unless the summer is very dry then double or triple the waterings depend on how dry. Please see related link below.   we use about 90-80 gallons a day
No, barberry bushes are not legal in Ontario, Canada. The shrub in question (Berberis thunbergii) number among the vegetation that inspire Bill 37, the Invasive Species Act. Since the passage of the bill's Third Reading on October 21, 2015, and receipt of the Royal Assent necessary for approval, the...
yes they are poisonous
Plant it in early spring because they tend to freeze back over the winter. You should note that they have vicious thorns and are a real chore to cut back in the summer after the monsoons (in southern Arizona) and in the early spring after chances of frost are over.
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.
Nitrogen retention and moisture retention levels are deficient or lacking in soil obtained from the Arizona desert. Specifically, nitrogen easily leaches out of sandy soils. Air and moisture pore spaces may be inadequate to maintain proper moisture levels. Levels of moisture and of nutrients such...
A privet can be pruned back in the fall, after the first hard frost. Please follow the link below for more detail.
Loropetalum shrubs tend to be low maintenance once established in a  bright location with moist, well-drained soil. Routine seasonal  care such as trimming and shaping will enhance their flowering and  maintain their long-term health and beauty.
Whenever you first see them is when you should trime died parts of shrubs. Specifically, shrubs and trees tend to have pruning schedules that generally divide into after the bloom on old growth and before the bloom on new growth. But it may be done at any time if there is concern over the rule of...
Queen Anne's Lace   Queen Fabiola Lily
Organic fertilizer is also commercial fertilizer, just prepared in a different way and for a different market.Quick high yield production and quality product are the respective merits of conventional and organic fertilizer. Specifically, conventional and organic fertilizers are applied to produce...
It tends to be with a lower potassium content that mature plants are fertilized. Specifically, potassium is absorbed and put to best use in the early stages of plant development. It promotes good internal energy use; proper color, shape and taste; and strong supporting tissues. In the later...
Juniper I believe is an evergreen with berries. It looks like an evergreen and has berries.
Every day when newly planted and every 7-10 days once established is a general watering rule for juniper shrubs ( Juniperus spp ). Specifically, the general watering rule for any plant is every 7-10 days. But it may be more often during hot, drying weather. It works best to eyeball and finger...