What's Coming Up 170: Prune magnolia, pruning books, Rose Bowl, winter chores, design
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Sweetbay magnolia (M. virginiana) has large flowers that are not usually borne in abundance but which develop and bloom now and then throughout spring and summer. The light lemon scent is a bonus.
Taking the mystery out of pruning and moving a romantic tree,
and delighting in the detail of Rose Bowl decorations
All of the articles published this week are listed below and
available by selecting the link. However, this week's articles were
also compiled in a single
pdf* from the time before we had this website; that pdf file is
available here to be
Clippers minimize Magnolia, prune for
more graceful form
An illustrated Magnolia pruning
Sifting pruning books for best
Tipsy turvy winter activities: Hey, the ground's not
frozen; let's dig, mulch, grill!
Boxed beech mystery
Petal play for the Rose Bowl decorations
Up with snow, down with spaceless
Yew must be
kidding, that's huge!
Design resolutions and garage observations: In the pdf edition of What's
Coming Up 170
that our pdf issues are static while the website is exceedingly
dynamic. Thus links within the pdf may no longer take you to the
listed article. If you operate a link and arrive at our Page
Not Found message, don't give up. The article is still here on
the site and has been moved to an off-season position. Simply type
into the Search field any of the main words from the article title
and you will find it!