Insect Control for Citrus Trees
When bugs attack your citrus trees you need to get rid of them. Instead of buying poisonous pesticides to spray onto your tree, why not use a safe alternative to insect control.
Getting Ready for Winter
Getting your evergreen trees ready for winter takes a little time, but is easy to do. Just make sure they go into the winter months with enough water, and they will be happy.
How to Plant and Grow Black Walnut Trees
You can easily plant and grow a black walnut tree in your yard, if you provide the right environment.
How to Porpagate an Asian Pear Tree
There are several different varieties of Asian pears and each variety ripens at different times throughout the growing season. Some bear fruit early in the season, while others provide fruit later in the season. One advantage on late season fruit is that it keeps through the long winter months.
How to Propagate Black Currents From Cuttings
Black currants produce black fruit that is used for preserving and snacking. They are easy to propagate, if you cut them at the right time.
Installing Tree Root Barriers
Tree root barriers are an effective way to stop the growth of tree roots before they ruin foundations, driveways or sidewalks. Installing your own is hard work, but well worth the effort in the long run.
Planting a Privet Hedge
Privet's provide a nice carefree hedge and they are fast growing. If you want some privacy from the neighbors, than planting a privet hedge is a good way to accomplish this.
Propagating Variegated Dogwoods
Variegated dogwoods are beautiful trees. If you want to grow them in your landscape, but don't want to spend the money at a nursery, they are easy for the average home gardener to propagate.
Starting a Fig Tree
Fig trees, which are more like a bush than a tree, are easy to propagate. Depending on the variety you choose, they will provide you with sweet delicious fruit.
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