Health problems in plants can be divided into 2 categories - Pathogens that cause disease, and Parasites that eat the plants. I'm really not a big fan of pesticides or chemicals. Actually, that's putting it mildly...I
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My guess is that the state of our gardens are probably a good measure of our fragile grip on reality! Our gardens tell us a lot about ourselves - they often are
I thought it would be good to try and explain some of the words that I hear used so often, but in the wrong context. In the 'stampede' towards being environmentally aware the
I recently had a client email me asking for advice about how to move a relatively established tree. In moving any plant, there is always a risk that the plant won't survive. So of course,
I first heard about this solution about 10 years ago while trying to find a better solution to deal with the fact that we funnel all our rainwater off site one day, and then irrigate our
I was recently asked this question, and realized that it's something not too many people know about. The plain answer is yes, Cycads are poisonous, but as with most things plant related, when you dig
Getting rid of pests in gardens is a tough subject. Its never easy watching bugs or other 'pests' eat their way through your beautiful garden. Especially when you've put in all that hard work, or
This has to be one of the most common questions I get asked. I've seen it drive people to all kinds of vices (well not exactly). But I have noticed that in striving for picture
When I was studying landscaping a couple of decades ago, I spent hours in the library, poring over gardening books, and paging through landscape architecture and gardening magazines, admiring the beautiful, mainly US or UK