How To Care For A Poinsettia Plant

7 Poinsettia Mistakes to Avoid

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A Poinsettia Plant

Poinsettias are beautiful plants that bring with them the spirit and the joy of Christmas, working with poinsettias on many interior plantscape projects during the holidays brought much delightful cheer to many areas of the five-start resort where I once was employed including private homes.

But knowing how to properly care for poinsettias to maintain their beauty and luster during the holidays is the difference between success and failure, the proper care of these garden beauties is not difficult.

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How to Care for Curcuma in South Florida

Growing Curcuma in South Florida

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A Curcuma Flowering Plant

Curcuma is a perennial plant that’s native to tropical South Asia and belongs to the ginger family Zingiberaceae, there are some 80 species of these garden beauties that are scattered throughout northern Australia, Papua New Guinea, China, and India. Thirty species of Curcuma are said to be “discovered in Thailand”. Curcuma produces large green Canna-like foliage (leaves) and pine cone-shaped flowers.

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How To Care For Calendula In South Florida

Cool Season Plants for South Florida

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Calendula Flowers

Today is officially the first of December which means that the cooler months are finally here but as the weather cools down we can continue to have a beautiful colorful garden that can continue to flourish during this time of the year. A plant that can keep your South Florida garden colorful is calendula, this garden beauty is native to Southwestern Asia, Macaronesia, Europe, and the Mediterranean. Calendula is a short-lived herbaceous flowering plant that’s in the daisy family Asteraceae and is in a genus of about 12-15  annuals and perennials.

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House Plants That Cleans Molds From Your Home’s Air In South Florida

8 House Plants that Can Remove Mold From Your South Florida Home

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A Pink Aglaonema

What Causes House Mold

Studies have shown that in the U. S., about 70% of homes contain certain levels of mold, besides being responsible for certain health issues house mold is responsible for structural damage that is estimated to be about $3.7 billion annually. With the many health issues that house mold causes and the cost of structural damage, it’s important that we do all that we can to prevent mold issues. No matter how small the steps we take can pay off in big ways that can prevent the many issues when it comes to house mold control.

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The Best Houseplants for South Florida

8 Best Indoor Plants for South Florida

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A Peace Lily

Enhance your indoor living space with the presence of indoor plants, introducing plants into your indoor living environment is a game changer and a winner. There are so many benefits why indoor plants should be considered especially since we are about to enter into the winter months. Besides beautifying our interior, indoor plants pull toxins out of the air helping to improve indoor air quality. A beautifully maintained indoor garden also contributes to positive mental health.

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Fall Lawn Care Tips For South Florida

Lawn Care Tips for Fall

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A beautiful turf lawn

There is a lot that goes into having a beautiful lawn, during the spring and summer months lawn turf is actively growing, therefore, we must ensure that our lawns are well taken care of by the many best management practices that include the proper mowing height, adequate irrigation a good fertilizing program, lawn aeration as needed and keeping an eye out for lawn pests and diseases (treat immediately) which can turn a healthy lawn into a nightmare if control measures are not taken right away.

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Plants To Install In The Winter In South Florida

7 Beautiful Plants for Your Winter Garden

The spring and summer months present opportunities to introduce colors into our gardens with the help of flowering plants, the warm season (spring and summer) brings inspiration to transform our outdoor living space into an oasis or garden paradise that’s restful and inviting. However, the warmer months are long behind us as we approach the cooler season that brings with it winter chills as the temperature drops.

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Outdoor Patio Ideas

Giving Your Outdoor Living Space a Make-Over

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Dining Outdoors

Living a healthy and happy life means having a balanced life that promotes our mental as well as our physical health, a sure way to accomplish this is by taking advantage of our surroundings which means spending time outdoors that can impact our lives in so many ways.

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How To Protect Beneficial Insects In The Winter

9Proven Ways to Winter Proof Our Gardens for Beneficial Insects

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A butterfly and a bee collecting nectar

During the spring and summer months, beneficial insects do a great job by rendering their service that benefits us greatly, whether it is a home garden, plant nursery, farmland, or whatever type of garden project we are involved with,  beneficial insects make their presence felt by protecting our garden plants from garden insect pests or by ensuring that our fruits trees, flowers, and other garden plants received the pollination that was needed to produce a great harvest.

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How To Overwinter Tomato Plants

Steps to Winterize Your Tomato Plant

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A tomato plant

Tomatoes are usually grown in tropical regions as perennials but in other areas are mostly grown as annuals,  helping your tomato plant to survive the winter months or become cold tolerant is crucial because this action will help your tomato plant to thrive giving them a head start so when the warmer months returns you can continue to reap a good harvest. If your desire is to keep your tomato plant healthy during the colder months you have come to the right place to know how this process is done so continue reading as we take a closer look at how to overwinter our tomato plants.

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Gardening Gifts For Women

20 Best Gifts for Women

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A woman with a gift

Gardening is a great hobby that is enjoyed by many as we get outdoors in the open air to grow our favorite flowering plants and even our edibles, besides reaping a harvest of our work as we work the soil working in a home garden has also proven to be beneficial both mentally as well as physcially.

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Aerogarden Reviews

6 Best Aerogarden Systems Buying Guide

Research has shown that growing our very own foods can and has proven to be healthy because when growing our own edibles we are in full control, this thought alone has inspired people to do just that especially since the pandemic the idea of self-sustaining has been embraced by many as we see a growth in growing foods from a home garden whether outdoors or in an indoor environment.

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How To Feed Your Soil In The Fall

7 Simple Steps to Feed Your Soil In the Fall

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Garden Soil

The right soil type lies at the roots of growing healthy plants, this key component (soil) can either make or break a garden therefore we must ensure at all times we meet our garden plants’ requirements by providing them with the right soil type. Providing the right soil type for plants to thrive means conditioning our soil with amendments that are formulated for this purpose.

The fall months present opportunities to make soil improvements because this is the ideal time to prepare our gardens for next season’s crops or to grow that beautiful flower garden.

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The Best Fake Indoor Plants

7 Best Artificial Indoor Plants

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Artificial Floral Plant Arrangement

Indoor plants can add beauty to an indoor living space, but there are some persons who do not have the time to take care of these garden beauties and then there are those who say “they don’t have a green thumb” but would still love to transform and bring change to their indoor environment.

The good news is both sides can be satisfied by the installation of artificial plants, artifical plants are popular and can be found in many homes, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and other establishments.

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How To Prep Your Garden For Winter

 Tips to Prepare Your Garden for Winter

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A bird eating red berries

The changing weather is a sure sign that the winter months are fast approaching, the spring and the summer months were full of so much to do as many gardeners and plant growers across the country made those needed changes even for some that gave their gardens a makeover. Whether growing ornamental plants or edible crops on a small or wide scale there is no denying the time and hard work spent did not go without their rewards as we connect with nature giving a helping.

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How To Overwinter Pepper Plants

Tips to Winterize Your Pepper Plants

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Growing Peppers

The flavors of peppers can wake up any dish with its flaming sizzle, this spice plant is a favorite of many worldwide especially in the Caribbean.  There are an estimated “50,000 varieties of peppers that are grown throughout the world, but most of them are not considered to be hot just 4,000”. Peppers are usually grown as annuals but in tropical -sub-tropical climates they are rare as perennials.

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How To Identify Winter Garden Insect Pests

5 Garden Pests to Look for in the Winter

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Aphid garden insect pests

During the spring and the summer months garden pests can become a real issue, farmlands, nurseries, home gardens, and other plant growers are faced with the challenge of controlling garden insect pest populations. If these pests are left unchecked and not dealt with can cause server damage, according to one study it’s estimated that the damage insect pets cause on a yearly basis amounts to ” $77 billion”.

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Fall Landscaping Ideas Front Yard

Tips to Spruce Up Your Front Yard

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Dahlia Flowering Plants

Giving your front yard a fall makeover is a great way to spruce up your garden and landscape, the fall months present many opportunities to add some colors and make seasonal changes that will keep your garden colorful and vibrant.

Because of the fall months, many gardens across the country are starting to look tired with tree-shading leaves and flowering blooms that are fading or refusing to bloom as they once did.

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How To Provide For Wildlife In The Fall

7 Ways to Provide for Wildlife in the Fall

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Blue Jay Birds

Nature is about to take her long-awaited rest until the warmer season returns, with the colder months looming just ahead many wildlife unlike bears, raccoons, chipmunks, squirrels, wood frogs, and other species of animals that go into hibernation, will be faced with the challenge of finding shelter and food.

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How To Protect Ornamental Plants From Fall Insects

Tips to Pests Proff  Ornamental Plants

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Giving your fall garden a spring cleaning will prove beneficial to garden plants, if you have not started as yet it’s not too late for you to put a plan in place. A fall garden cleanup will not only prepare your garden for the winter months that’s ahead but will discourage disease and garden insect pests from overwintering giving you a jump start so that when the warmer seasons arrive your plants will continue to grow healthy.

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How To Protect Fruit Trees From Fall Insects

Tips to Pests Proff Your Fruit Trees

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A Cherry Tree

The spring and summer months present their challenges as we wage war on insect pests that seek to rob us of our harvest, these uninvited guests though active in spring and summer time can still be found lurking in our gardens during the fall season. Now is not the time to sit back and relax but to continue to keep a watch for these pests that can cause much damage.

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How To Control Winter Garden Insect Pests

Tips to Control Pest in the Winter

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A Snail

Creating a garden oasis or growing an edible garden has its rewards but keeping your garden growing healthy requires best management practices to ensure that your plants are getting what they need for proper growth.  From cultivating the soil, soil amendments, to weed control, water management, and fertilizing schedules are some practices that must be carried out but one challenge that must be dealt with is the control of garden pests.

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How To Winterize Mandevillas

Winterizing Mandevilla Indoors

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A Pink Mandevilla Plant

During the spring and summer months Mandevillas puts on a beautiful display of flower blooms, this tropical to sub-tropical garden beauty is a warm-season plant that’s native to Central and South America.

Mandevilla produces green glossy leaves, the trumpet-shaped flowers come in an array of colors from white, yellow, and shades of pink, for example, bold hot pink, soft, cotton-candy pink and bright pink, bright red, and apricot varieties, etc…

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Should I Prune Fruit Trees In The Fall

How to Prune Fruit Trees

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And Apple Tree

Annual pruning of fruit trees will encourage healthy growth along with more fruit production, although the fall months present the opportunity to do some spring cleaning, thought, and care should be considered when carrying out pruning procedures. While pruning has its benefits we should approach this practice as to why we should prune during the fall months.

While some pruning can be considered during the fall season the ideal or best time to prune fruit trees is when the tree is dormant during early spring about two weeks after the last frost.

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How to Fall Garden with Hanging Baskets

Fall Hanging Basket Ideas

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Fuchsia flowers hanging basket

Gardening above the ground with hanging baskets is a great way to kick off the fall season, what  I love about hanging baskets is utilizing that extra space besides the addition of beauty and colors. Hanging baskets can do so much to lighten and brighten up an area. Though you may not have sufficient space for a garden or container garden you can still add beauty with the implementation of hanging baskets.

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How To Plant An Indoor Winter Garden

Extend The Growing Season with these Ideas

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Growing herbs in containers

The winter months are just ahead of us but that does not mean that when winter arrives we have to stop (gardening) doing what we love. We can continue to connect with nature in our indoor living space ( indoor winter garden) which presents as much opportunity as working in our outdoor garden area.

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How to Water Your South Florida Garden In The Fall

South Florida Fall Garden Watering Guide

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Watering Flowers

The winter months are fast approaching which means preparing our fall gardens to weather the cold season, apart from our fall garden cleanup is ensuring that garden plants are continuing to get adequate water. Sure we may have gotten over the heat wave (summer months) but now is not the time to discontinue watering garden plants because the temperature is starting to drop.

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How to Protect Beneficals insects in Your Sout Florida Garden

Fall Garden Beneficial Insects Tips

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Ladybugs on a plant

During, the spring and summer months beneficial insects are hard at work helping to bring control to garden pests, many of these insects can be found moving about our gardens and landscapes and for some of us who may not see their presence the evidence that they are there are clearly visible either by the body parts of garden insect pests, pest population is low or our plants are thriving and growing healthy.

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How To Care For A Fall Container Garden

Fall Container Garden Care

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Flowers in a container

Growing a container garden is a great way to garden in small spaces, these gardens are popular and can be installed just about anywhere including indoors. I have worked on many container garden projects for five-star resorts and private homes and have seen how these gardens can spruce up and transform outdoor as well as indoor living spaces. With a container garden, you can grow anything from veggies to herbs, ornamental and flowering plants including fruit trees.

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How To Prepare A Raised Bed Garden For The Fall

Tips to Prepare a Raised for the Fall

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A Raised Bed

A raised bed garden is a confined space where a limited number of plants can be grown, what makes a raised bed garden special is these gardens are low maintenance meaning cleanup, weeding, watering, and fertilizing are kept at a minimum. These gardens can be installed just about anywhere depending on the types of plants that are grown.

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When To Plant Fall Annuals

Fall Blooming Annuals

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Pansies Flowering Plants

The spring and summer months are not the only time of the year to fill your gardens with beautiful flower blooms, the fall months also present the opportunity to give your landscapes and gardens area that color pop. Although with much cleanup from falling leaves which indicates the winter months that are just ahead, you can still have a garden that’s filled with colors that’s made possible by planting these late-season bloomers.

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Composting During The Fall

Tips for Composting in the Fall

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Healthy Garden Soil

The fall months is one of the best time to compost because of the abundance of leaves that (available) falls from trees. Plant materials such as dead annual plants and plant parts are natural organics once decomposed or broken down will recycle nutrients back into the soil which is beneficial for plants’ health. But the fun does not stop there.

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Should I Prune During The Fall Months

What to Prune in the Fall

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Pruning a plant

Is the fall months the best time to carry out pruning procedures, well unlike popular belief the answer to that question is no and there are reasons for this but still is the fall months the best time of the year to prune? The answer to that question is it all depends on the reason or the goal of pruning or not to prune during this time of the year. In fact, both sides are right but as said there must be a reason for WHY.

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How To Protect Vegetables From Fall Insects

Proven Methods for a Succesful Fall Crop

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A Snail- Garden Pest

Reaping a good harvest during the fall months requires our continued monitoring of our edible plants, insect pests can still be found lurking in our gardens seeking to reap on what we have laboured hard for. Why should these pests wreak havoc by consuming our food crops when we can strike back with good management practices that have proven to bring great results?

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Beneficial Insects That Are Active In Fall

Beneficial Insects that can be Found In Your Fall Garden

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Ground Beetle Beneficial Insect

During the spring and summer months there are many challenges that can turn a dream garden into a nightmare, one such challenge is managing and controlling garden insect pests. But what I find to be amazing is nature has a way of bringing balance in a natural way to our ecosystem by helping to manage these garden pests. The way nature does this is by allowing beneficial insects also known as the good bugs to make a meal out of garden insect pests. This method of managing these garden pests is called biological control.

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Protecting Pollinators And Wildlife In Fall Garden Cleanup

Keeping Pollinators and Wildlife Safe in Your Fall Garden

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Raking Leaves

The fall season is here again, it’s amazing to think that we were just the other day getting ready and making preparations for the spring and summer months but now it’s on to the fall. For some of us, the spring and the summer months were busy with so much to do in our gardens from installing those flower beds and shrubs to ensuring that are edible gardens produce the best crops ever, etc…

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Spring Bulbs To Plant In Fall

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Tulip Flowers

5 Bulbs to Plant in Your Fall Garden to Bloom in Spring

Getting a jump start on the season is smart gardening so when spring arrives your garden will have an array of beautiful flower blooms.  Now is the right time ( September to November) to plant bulbs while the soil is still warm. ( below 60°F in late fall or about 6 weeks before a hard frost is expected). This early planting will also encourage root establishment before the winter months set in, there is just something with that color pop that makes a bold statement with the arrival of spring.

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How To Control Spider Mites

Best Treatment Spider Mites

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A spider-infected plant

Spider mites are common garden pests that thrive in hot and dry conditions, although they are active during spring time their populations become nervous from June through September. These insect pests are also known as ” cool season mites”. These mites belong to the Tertanychidae family which includes 1,200 species, these arachids are not true spiders.

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Pine Sawfly Control

Pine Sawflies Control Methods

Sawflies Quick facts

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A Pine Tree
  • There are 8,000 recorded sawfly species
  • Identifying the pine sawfly is important because the larvae resemble butterflies and moth caterpillars
  • Sawflies are common insect pests that invade gardens and landscapes feeding on many shrubs, trees, and grasses Some species also feed on cereal crops
  • Sawflies do not affect a plant’s health ( shrubs & trees) only the appearance
  • There are many best practices and pesticides to protect shrubs and trees from sawflies
  • The ideal time to treat sawflies is at the larvae stage since pesticides have no real affect on adults
  • Sawflies emerge in late  spring and start to feed on the new plant growth
  • Some species emerge early in the spring before new growth on trees has occurred and eat older needles  from previvous years
  • A few species eat both  new and old foliage, this group of species can completely strip conifers trees in a single season

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Apartment Balcony Vegetable Garden

Tips to Start a Balcony Vegetable Garden

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Growing an edible garden from your balcony especially if you’re living in the city is a great way to take advantage of these small spaces. While having the space to grow a garden is important a limited space can do just as well.

There are many homeowners who are taking advantage of these tiny spaces and having much success. Growing a balcony garden is not new but has been around for some time, in fact since the pandemic there has been an increase in growing edible crops not only from home gardens but balcony gardens as well.

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Apple Sawfly Control

What Insecticides Control Apple Sawfly Larvae

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Apples are a favorite fruit that is enjoyed by many. Although apples are mostly eaten during the morning hours ( breakfast time) these fruits can be eaten any time of the day even as a midnight snack. Fill with nutrients apples are one of the healthiest fruit that’s consumed, in fact, the statement “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” shows that we should make this fruit a part of our daily diet.

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Dogwood Sawfly Control

What Insecticides Control Dogwood Sawfly Larvae

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Dogwood Flowering Tree

A group of trees that stands alone and a real show stopper is the dogwood tree, there are more than 50 species of these trees within the dogwood, genus. The dogwood trees range from deciduous temperate trees and evergreens to shrubs. Dogwood trees are native to Europe, eastern Asia, and North America, flowering dogwood can be found in eastern deciduous forests as far as north as Maine, extending west to eastern Texas and Missouri.

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Willow Sawfly Control

What Insecticides Kill Sawfly Larvae

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A sawfly Larvae

Nematus oligospilus commonly known as the willow sawfly is a garden pest in the species of the sawfly family Tenthredinidae. The willow sawfly is a non-stinging member related to the wasps. This insect is native to central and northern Europe and Asia. These sawflies are most active during the spring months and mid-summer, feeding on the willow tree.

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Pear Fruit Sawfly Control

What Insecticides Kill Sawfly Larvae

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Wasp infected pear

The pear fruit sawfly (Hopolcampa brevis) originated from Europe and can be found in most areas of the U.S., This insect is a garden pest that’s active during the spring months. The larva is also known as the pear slug or the cherry slug but though it resembles a slug it’s not a true slug. The larvae burrow inside of the pear fruitless during the early spring months where feeding begins.

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Hibiscus Whitefly Control

How to Control whiteflies on Hibiscus

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A Whitefly Insect Pest

Hibiscus is a tropical/sub-tropical plant that produces an abundance of flowers that come in a variety of colors. These perennials will bring that much-needed flavor into your garden with their many colorful blooms that come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. The hibiscus plant belongs to the mallow family Malvaceae and comprises some 679 species.

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How To Get Rid Of Centipedes In HousePlants

Tips to Control Centipedes in HousePlants

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A Centipede

Transforming your indoor living space with the help of houseplants is a great way to connect with nature,  growing plants in an indoor environment has so many advantages. The practice of growing plants indoors is popular, many years ago I worked as an interior plantscape designer for a five-star resort, private homes, and for a mariner.

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How to Control Aphids

Tips to Control Aphid Infestations In Fall

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Aphid Insects

Aphids are tiny soft-body insect pests that are most active during the spring and fall months although they may be seen during the summer months, these tiny pared-shaped insects do damage by piercing the plant’s tissues with their piercing-sucking mouthparts followed by extracting the plant’s juice or fluids. Aphids love the tender shoots or new growth of plants where they congregate and do their damage,  young flower buds that have not opened are also susceptible to aphid attack. Aphids can be found on the underside of leaves, developing stems, barks, twigs, and roots.

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How To Get Rid Of Stink Bugs In The Garden

Controlling Stink Bugs in Your Fall Garden

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A Stink Bug

There are more than 200 species of stink bugs that can be found throughout the United States, these bugs are not only found in garden areas but have been known to invade many homes. Stink bugs belong to the family Pentatomidae. Some species are known to be damaging to plant crops. Other species have been known to eat their family, these bugs get their interesting name from a natural defense mechanism or a part of their body that releases a foul odor to ward off predators.

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Controlling Fall Armyworms On Turf

How to Control Fall Armyworms on Turf


Controlling Fall Armyworms On Turf

During the fall months fall, armyworms can become a real threat to lawn turf, this has caused growers and turf managers to put programs in place to bring control because of the destruction fall armyworms cause. Fall armyworms are a serious threat because as the name depicts they travel in small armies consuming just about everything in their path. If you’re not sure what to look for or if you suspect that your turf may be affected by these worms this guide can help you to identify and bring control to this lawn turf pests issue. Continue reading to win the war on fall armyworms

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How To Control Fall ArmyWorms

Tips to Control Fall ArmyWorms

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Fall Amy Worms

The fall months are just about here which means scouting our gardens and doing some inspections for garden insect pests that are active, One such insect to keep an eye out for is fall armyworms. These garden pests have no preference and will do damage to farmlands, plant nurseries, other plant growers, and even the home garden, if control measures are not implemented fall armyworms will reduce the beauty of a healthy garden.

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