Ask A Master Gardener: Moving plants outdoors, fertilizer salt burn

It's easy to get sidetracked this time of year by the explosion of activity in the landscape, but you don't want to lose sight of the similar happenings with indoor plants. Most of the tropicals that you grow indoors will benefit from the longer days and increased light levels available during the warmer months.

Once nighttime temperatures reach 55 degrees or above consistently, it...

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Grow Plants Outdoors with the Pot-in-Pot Method

Hit up the link below for more pot-in-pot planting tips and tricks. Spring is around the corner. When you're ready to start working on your garden, this pot-in-pot method of growing outdoor plants can save you time and money, and also gives you the ...

Early summer for outdoor plants in the desert

The temperatures in El Paso, TX are heating up, already in the 90’s. The outdoors landscape and growing plant life will need the care to weather the heat. To surround the outdoors with native plants of the environment will help in the dry and ...

Virginia native plants: Rattlesnake plaintain blooms June-August

Also known as Jewel Orchid, this small plant -- rattlesnake plantain, or Goodyera pubescens -- produces basal rosettes of distinctive silvery-veined foliage which persist through the winter. A dense stalk 6-10 inches tall carries a column of ...

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Jerry Davis: Autumn outdoors oddities can be untangled Plants fight amongst themselves as any gardener can attest. Quack grass rhizomes have no problem growing entirely through potato tuber stems. Some plants, corn and crabgrass included, do better during hot, humid weather. Remember the saying about the 

Hardy plants make transition from outdoors to indoors easily Whenever one moves flowers inside from outdoors it's best to do it when the climate conditions inside are similar to those outside so the plants are not stressed from the move. Though it may be 85 degrees outside right now, winter is just around the

Rare, smelly corpse plant successfully blooms outdoors at Cornell ... ITHACA, N.Y. — Cornell University has a unique and brief sight at the moment — a "corpse plant" blooming outdoors in a temperate climate. The rare, smelly 

August Weed of the Month: Amur honeysuckle is not native Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) is one of four species of non-native honeysuckle listed as Restricted Noxious Weeds in Minnesota. It is native to Asia and was introduced to North America as an ornamental plant that was then widely planted for

Plantstagram Is a Haven for People Who Bring the Outdoors Inside The 33-year-old brought the plant home, put it in a nice pot, snapped a photo, and immediately made it an Instagram account. “Introducing Polly Pothos,” her first post's caption read. She topped the announcement off with a heart-eyes emoji and five 

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