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HortNews-October 2005
... is its tolerance of alkaline soils. In fact, the tree is often found growing on limestone bluffs where little else will grow. Thus, even on the high pH soils so common in Nebraska ... growing season. Once established, chinkapin oak can tolerate significant drought as well as the saturated soils of over-irrigated lawns. Other advantages include the tree's strong branching structure, its resistance ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Large Trees (50 - 100' or more)
... to slightly acidic soils Features May be more tolerant of urban alkaline soils than A. rubrum. *(w) *(bd) Withstands wet or moist soil; prefers acidic soils; chlorosis possible in alkaline soils. *(w) *(bd) ... in curly plates. Does well in acidic to alkaline soils. *(bd) *(w) Tolerant of wet and poor soils. Iron chlorosis in alkaline soils. *(bd) *(w) Slender tree with sulfur-yellow buds. ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Medium Trees (30-50')
... widespread widespread Habitat moist areas, any soil type, slopes, rocky water margins acid soils, rocky water margins, uplands, floodplains along swamps, water margins Features Green-white bark; ... moist, acidic soils. Disease and insect problems. *(w) Thick, glossy leaves persist into winter; adaptable. *(bf-l) *(bd) *(w) Wetland species; tolerates flooding. Does well in alkaline soils. *(bf-l ...
ohioline.osu.edu
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Pecan
... fungus is present in many alkaline soils in central and south Texas. An effective control for cotton root rot has not been developed. Do not plant in soils that have had a history ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Epimedium
... with spiny-toothed 2-3" long leaflets beige-brown in early spring, doesn't tolerate alkaline soils leptorrhizum(lep-tor-rhi' zum)--similar to grandiflorum only low growing, leathery evergreen leaves, large ...
pss.uvm.edu

Primula
... flowered umbels, sticky foliage, may be listed as viscosa, requires alkaline soils x polyantha(poly-an' thah)--Polyantha Primrose, zones 3-8, ... above foliage in 6-10 flowered umbels, prefer moist soils sikkimensis(sick-i-men' siss)--zones 5-8, slightly ... and bright violet flowers clustered atop leafless stems, require moist and alkaline soil vulgaris(vul-gar' iss)--English Primrose, zones 5-8, ...
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Diseases of Common House or Florist's Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla) (Thunb.) Ser.
... and flower blight Botrytis cinerea Pers.: Fr. Interveinal chlorosis Lack of iron uptake due to alkaline soils Fungal leaf spots Cercospora hydrangeae Ellis & Everh. in Atk. Corynespora cassicola (Berk. & M. A. Curtis ...
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Arnold Arboretum - Current Plant Highlights - September
... contains a few round, black seeds. Goldenraintree tolerates difficult environmental conditions, including drought, heat, wind, alkaline soils, and air pollution. This tough constitution makes it a wonderful choice for urban sites. Specimens ...
www.arboretum.harvard.edu

BBC - Gardening - Basics - Growing raspberries
... simply require an open sunny site, preferably on well-drained, acid soil. Avoid chalky and alkaline soils that can lead to poor growth and yellowing leaves. To work out how long the ...
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BBC - Gardening - Basics - Grow marrows, courgettes and squashes
... a neutral or slightly acid soil is best, but problems are unlikely when growing on alkaline soils. Even a good site should be improved by the addition of plenty of well-rotted ... of manure before sowing or planting makes additional feeding unnecessary. On very sandy or light soils, regular applications of a liquid feed will help to boost production. In cold conditions pollinating ...
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