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Calendar for Growing Roses
... of water, but not "wet feet". Dig each hole 24 inches in diameter and 18 inches deep. Discard undesirable soil. Replace 1/2 the needed dirt with wet peat moss. Mix in a ...
carolinadistrict.org

Bog Gardens - GardenWeb
... 1 follow-up, posted on Wed, Sep 20, 06 at 15:25 Plants that like wet feet? Posted by: clickermel z6a SW Ohio on Sun, May 14, 06 at 21:37 14 ...
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What do I do with this wet spot in my yard?! - Bog Garden Forum - GardenWeb
... for the septic system, going back about 20-30 feet to the neighbor's woods, that is so wet we can barely mow it. I have not ... away at all or are you left with evaporation only, is it seasonally wet (wetter) or is it constant. If constant that implies it is draining away ... to create a mini environment that has a lot more to offer than wet feet! If as you say you already have clayey soil you may find ...
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Red flowers in the garden
... - "Ruby Horse Chestnut". A deciduous tree growing up to 50 feet tall and 25 feet wide with panicles of red flowers in late spring. foliage ... that has bright scarlet flowers in late winter or spring. 65 feet tall and 45 feet wide. full sun. zones 9-10. Cornus alba 'Sibirica' - " ... tall. they need a chalky soil and do not like to have wet feet.. Zones 5-7 Sedum x 'Autumn Joy' - Plants have large flat ...
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Cucumber
... available; on the other hand, they do not like "wet feet" and can damp off. Moreover, they have deep roots--three to four feet--best encouragedby "deep watering". All that put together means ... bed, space the plants a foot apart (though some sources suggest as much as two feet of separation). Recall that they are climbers, and provide some sort of trellis for them ...
growingtaste.com

Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Melons
... have full sun all day long. Melons prefer light, well-drained, sandy loam--they hate "wet feet" or compacted soil. Prepare your melon bed by digging well and deep, incorporating generous amounts ...
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Backyard Orchard Glossary
... internodes of the cultivar (scion) are greatly compressed. They are naturally small (five to eight feet) trees, even when grafted or budded onto standard, non-dwarfing rootstocks. Genetic dwarfs are ... and possess traits that relate to anchorage, size control, tolerance of light and heavy soils, "wet feet", specific nematodes and other plants and diseases. Top S Scion (pronounced si-on) A detached ...
homeorchard.ucdavis.edu

California Backyard Orchard: Cherry
... preserves. Generally, cherries are the most difficult trees to keep alive. They do not tolerate "wet feet" and are very susceptible to brown rot, bacterial canker, cytospora canker, root and crown rots ... over. Drip irrigate daily to match daily use. Sprinkler irrigate every 3-4 wk to wet all soil in root zone but stop Sept.1 to prevent root rot. Cherry Links ...
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HortNews- January 2006
... with a high water table. Adequate drainage must be provided, however, because they cannot tolerate wet feet. Mulching is the preferred soil management practice in the blueberry planting. The entire area around ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

justgardeners.com
... in a shady spot. Siberian irises don't mind wet feet while varieties that need a well-drained soil will struggle to survive in wet areas. If you live in an apartment, or ...
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