Volume 6 Issue 3
Articles in this issue...
Getting young fruit trees to bear can sometimes be a challenge, notes Richard Hentschel, U of I Extension horticulture specialist.
"With spring comes crocus and daffodil flowers, the warm sun, the first robin sighting and the task of pruning roses. Pruning roses can sometimes be a confusing task, especially when you might have several different types of roses in the garden such as hybrid teas, old garden roses, shrub roses, and climbers," said Greg Stack, a University of Illinois Extension horticulturist.
Spring is here and we are starting to get the gardening itch, said Martha Smith, a U of I Extension horticulture educator.
Strawberry pots can be a great way to grow strawberries, herbs and small annual flowering plants, said Jeff Rugg, a University of Illinois Extension horticulture unit educator.
Each year, All America Selections (AAS) introduces new annual flowers that are seen as unique and have proven themselves superior in replicated test gardens in the United States and Canada, said Greg Stack, a University of Illinois Extension horticulturist.
Lawn mowers can do damage to your landscape, warned a University of Illinois Extension horticulture educator.