My European Weeping Larch has dropped all its needles before I was able to get it in the ground. I have been watering it regularly, keeping the root ball wet and allowing proper drainage. Not sure what is goingon with this one. I had no problems with the one I planted in the backyard. Could it possibly be in a dormant state right now with all the heat? Could it have a blight and it's too late to save it? DebinOhio
RE: this video ::::>
How to Build a Simple Cold Frame Hoop House
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As I am sure most of you know the "higher math" the cold frame builder used was wrong. He said C= pi x R squared. It was an accident of the radius dimension "2" that he arrived at his approx. correct answer. Use his equation, with a radius of 5 and see what happens.
Circle Circum = 2 x Radius x pi(3.14).
zone 9- evergreen shrub-not more than 2 feet tall--prefer flowering- for light shade-thought of peris but cannot locate a variety this small
Originally Posted by Pam Wallace
Was given a Japanese Maple for Christmas for our new house and now I need to plant it. Have read that it is easy to transplant. Will be completing yard in next two months and that is where it will probably end up. How do I get it into the ground to survive the still cold weather.. In East Texas, so our cold is sporatic. It is 25 this morning. Any suggestions. I am a very non-tree planting gardener. Mostly veges. Trees either survive or not. This one needs to survive since it is house warming
I have a little back yard, which my dog uses to pee , but now I want to plant veggies next year, so I would like to know how I can clean the soil or disinfect it or what to do. I don't have any idea what to do because I am not very experienced when it comes to gardening. Please, help me!!!!