What's Coming Up 154: Maple Cuttings, wildflowers, fertilizer

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Love a Japanese maple, make more of it

Trees from seed: Not so slow as you think, and lots more fun

Lesser known Japanese maple species

Cutting to multiply trees, shrubs

One year till, till, till... a wildflower meadow

Visit prairie to know how wild the flowers are

Cause and prevent fertilizer burn

Hard water can discolor peony leaves

Calling for your rock plant nominations

Tomato turmoil: Do without our favorite fruit?!

Iris borers still can be beaten

Squash bugs and a good book worth noting

Gardener afield at Rosewind Gardens i, Osseo, MI

Lawn fixin' & tree pruning time

Transplant a Japanese maple and Hibiscus



Transplant a Japanese maple

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Download the pdf to read about the transplant process shown in the photo essay above.



INDEX should be here!

Oh dear -- we still have to get this issue's full index posted here and thus make it more accessible to you because its innards will be "visible" to our Search engine.

Volunteers have helped with that... when you read this issue, you could send us a list of words or phrases "this is why I would look for this issue." We post them here, making it easier for the next gardener to find it.

Here's a start: This issue expands our library of information about:

iris borers. If iris borer control is why you're here, this issue will be helpful, as will Allowed Iris into the kitchen! which includes an iris borer cross reference.

native plant sources (if that's why you're here and you're thinking about digging from the wild, don't miss Growing Concerns 60)

wildflower plantings, how to grow a meadow, prairie








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