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ASGAP - Frequently Asked Questions
... - Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions 3. All Australian plants are drought resistant, aren't they? ....usually only those native to dry areas and only when they have ... are becoming more readily available and it would be unreasonable to expect these to be drought resistant. Surprisingly, though, many of these will tolerate extended dry periods but they undoubtedly perform better ...
farrer.riv.csu.edu.au

Weeds - Organic Lawn Care Forum - GardenWeb
... dry before the month/week is up, water longer next time. Deep watering grows deep, drought resistant roots. Infrequent watering allows the top layer of soil to dry completely which kills off ...
forums.gardenweb.com

Spuria Iris Culture
... in the fall and water well until they start to grow. Once established, Spurias are drought resistant. Heavy irrigation in the spring increases growth and bloom. When Spurias are dug to be ... no known cure, but resistance must be bred into the Spuria plant by using virus-resistant parents and making careful selections of seedlings for future breeding. The only serious disease is ...
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Perennials and Other Garden Treasures
... blooms found in the McKanna hybrid strain. Good drainage and acid soil. ACHILLEA or YARROW: Drought resistant perennials for full sun. Foliage very attractive. Summer blooming. Colors - white, rose, pink and yellow ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Large Trees (50 - 100' or more)
... forests, lowlands or water margins. Features Tolerates salt, alkaline or acidic soils and drought conditions. Insect and disease problems. Handsome, rough bark. Tough tree, will grow in ... rocky soils prairies, open areas, variety of conditions Features Tolerates variety of soils; drought resistant. Difficult to transplant. *(bd) *(w) Tolerates moisture and drainage extremes--droughty to flooded. *(w ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Tall Plants (up to 6') (All plants are perennial unless otherwise noted in "features.")
... flowers; fruit pods stick to animals or clothing. Aggressive grower in any soil type. *(w) Drought resistant and attractive. Best in a well-drained soil. Flowers in showy loose spikes. Spreads quickly ... open only in the morning and then wilt. Flowers may also be pink or blue. Drought resistant, even in dry, sandy soils. Slender spike flowers are long-lasting. Numerous stiff, pencil-like ...
ohioline.osu.edu
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Peonies
... them shallowly and frequently. Deep watering will encourage deep rooting. Once established, peonies are very drought-resistant. An application of 11-48-0 or 16-20-0, at the rate of 3 ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Watermelons
... 5- to 6-pound range). And it's very early, and it's reportedly quite drought-resistant and tolerant of temperatures much lower than is typical for watermelons: one wonders why everyone ...
growingtaste.com

Hunt Institute: Charles Fletcher Swingle
... . with E. intisy propagation, and related subjects, including Swingle’s introduction (ca.1931) of the drought-resistant Arizona tepary bean (Phaseolus acutifilium var. latifolius) into Madagascar, which came to constitute a main ...
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Cypress genus description
... . and the southwestern United States. Many cypresses are important cultivated plants because they are extremely drought-resistant. One species of cypress, the Baker cypress (Cupressus bakerii) is native to the Pacific Northwest ...
oregonstate.edu




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