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Asked in Crepes
When do you prune crepe myrtle?
Prune Crepe Myrtle in late fall. It's a southern plant and u want to wait long enough that it won't be hot enough to regrow. I say November or December. Also Crepe Myrtles are stripped of all limbs on the lower half. It's best to do this most in fall and spring, but I usually have to trim this through summer too. Be sure to prune correctly to avoid disease ...
Asked in Crepes
How do you start crepe myrtles?
Just be patient. It will start itself. Both the crepe myrtle (blooming variety) and the wax myrtle (non blooming variety) will send out sister roots and these will become new plants about 2-5 feet away from the original "mother" plant. Just wait till these sisters get over a foot high and when its not in bloom, dig it up and move it to a new location. Its best to do this in the late fall or early spring. ...
Which force makes a thrown ball fall back to the ground?
Gravity is the force which makes a thrown ball fall back to the ground. It is the force which attracts all objects to the Earth. ...
Asked in Physics
When a stone is released it falls down on ground bt when put no constraint on molecules of th air yet why they do not all fall to tha ground?
A single molecule will fall to the ground - and then bounce back. The fact is that there are lots of molecules, and they also bounce against each other. A single molecule will fall to the ground - and then bounce back. The fact is that there are lots of molecules, and they also bounce against each other. A single molecule will fall to the ground - and then bounce back. The fact is that there are lots of molecules, and they...
Asked in Crepes
Can you move a three-year-old crepe myrtle that never has bloomed?
Yes, you may move a three-year-old Crepe Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica) that has not ever bloomed. Specifically, the best time to transplant is in October. Fall lends itself to transplanting any plant because the gardener and the plant are not dealing with the heat, light and moisture extremes of summer. The plant needs time to adjust to new surroundings. The adjustment tends to work best during the time that the plant is not actively growing. In transplanting, it is important to do a soil...
Asked in Tornadoes
How can people get tossed back on the ground by a tornado?
A wind greater than 90 mph can lift a person off the ground. If a person gets tossed out of the wind field they simply fall back to the ground. Some, whole do not have far to fall, have escaped without serious injury. ...
Asked in Fruits and Vegetables
Is it true that if you point at a cantaloupe it will fall?
Cantaloupe develope on a ground-growing vine. Because it grows on the ground, it cannot "fall" for it is already on the ground. Complete folklore. ...
Do you deadhead peonies after they have bloomed?
You should deadhead your peonies back after the bloom has gone by. Deadhead back to the leaf of that stem. Let the green stems and leaves die back naturally. We cut ours back to the ground in the fall. ...
Asked in Rain and Flooding
Where do rainwater run back into?
The rain water runs to the ground from which the water evaporates into the atmosphere in the form of vapour.&then by the process of condensation the watervapour becomes cloud&its fall on the ground.in this way the rain water circulates ground to air&air to ground. ...