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Tom Alonzo

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I have been a gardener for 20 years with perennials both growing from seed and from nurseries. I went through the Master Gardener Program from Kansas State University Cooperative Extension Service and I answered questions on the Hotline a few years ago for the Wyandotte County Kansas Extension Service. I have also lived in the Florida, California, Hawaii, Arizona, Texas, Kansas and Missouri and am experienced with a variety of climates, soils and weather conditions.

Donna Mack

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I am a Master Gardener through the University of Illinois Extension.I can answer questions about pest control, especially voles, rabbits, chipmunks and slugs, and have done so on Dave's Garden Watchdog under the name DonnaMack since 2002. I have a lot of expertise with ornamental grass, hardy roses and old garden roses, minor bulbs such as ornigothalem, chionodoxa and allium as well as most types of lilies. I am knowledgeable about organic methods and I grow perennials, annuals and vegetables from seed.

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2016-09-19 Hydrangea "Pinky Winky", new drying up:

Hi Richard,  Thanx for your question.  Yes, I've experienced this.  There are a number of factors that could be contributing to this issue.  The plants could have already been infected with disease at

2016-08-19 Italian Heather:

Hi Janice,  Thanx for your question.  I did a little research because I knew I had answered some questions a while back about Italian heather.  Here's info I gave to someone back in 2010 that has instruction

2016-08-12 Brown and black spots on 2 Jasmine Madagascar plants:

Hi Lynn,    Actually, I was after insecticidal soap, which was the product for which I sent you the link. The main ingredient in the product you purchased is Neem oil. Neem oil is supposedly an insecticide

2016-08-09 Brown and black spots on 2 Jasmine Madagascar plants:

Greetings, Lynn,    I am sorry to hear about your problems with such beautiful plants. I love tropicals too, but they can be a challenge because so many insect pests are attracted to them, and it is easier

2016-08-08 Hydrangas:

Hi Linda,  Thanx for your question.  The leaves don't look like hydrangea leaves.  I'd say it was a weed or some other wild flower.  You might trace the stems back and If they're coming directly out of

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