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Mason Bees by chris w.
For years people have relied on and contributed crop production/pollination to honeybees. Now, more and more farmers and homeowners are raising solitary Mason bees to do the job since they are much more efficient and effective at the job. ...
Crop Rotation by Jack Chessher
Why is it so important to rotate crops in garden beds? Different plant types, such as leafy green vegetables or root crops, may make use of different nutrients in the soil. Continual cultivation of the same crop in the same place in the garden ...
Testing Soil Type by Jack Chessher

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Hello, My neighbor actually has this plant in his garden, but does not know it's name. I'm fairly certain it's in the cone flower family, but it's cone head is rather tall, the stems have ...
by Elizabeth - 9 hours ago
Your replies are very helpful - while my husband was chatting with the guy who was operating the ferry, I was wandering around the 'parking lot' doing what I do best, find and photograph ...
by qtimeec - 10 hours ago
Just wondering what type of flower this is and if it's toxic to animals.
by Fleurs - 12 hours ago
In Ste. Genevieve, MO this morning, no bloom so hoping an ID can be accomplished with the leaves - it was a sprawling plant with round mustard type seeds. Thanks for your help. Carolyn ...
by qtimeec - 13 hours ago
So sorry, this is not NEARLY enough information to give you an answer. Please post a photograph to this same thread to increase the likelihood of a correct identification. Here’s how: ...
by LabourofLove - 15 hours ago
Thanks so much for your reply. It had nine buds on it this morning early and they are all open and in full bloom. It adds so much beauty to our deck and it's the first time we have seen it ...
by Deck flowers - 15 hours ago
Thank you - that DOES look like what it is! :)
by gmatt - 16 hours ago
Based upon its growth at that period in the year, the shape and color of its leaves, and the fact that it is rapidly advancing upon the adjacent tulips and crocus, I'd say that's one of the ...
by Claytonia - 16 hours ago
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