Plant diseases, landscaping, tropical plants, roses, herbs, plant care, grafting, horticulture, plant identification, anything about plants I can likely answer.
35 years experience in various plant businesses, 1984 Certified Texas Master Gardener.
Master Gardener Association of Texas charter member
none as of yet, but I have a plant q&a book I am in process of submitting.
Magna cum laude graduate of Texas A&M, 1978
Plant growing awards, highest grade for Texas Master Gardener graduates.
Past member of Allexperts.com and was very highly rated. Owned landscape company in the past, Almost Paradise, and was very successful despite little equipment, no help, and no advertising. Lived well for two years until 9/11.
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Dear Suneel, If the worms have eaten all the leaves off the trees, then at least they have moved on and are no longer in the area. However, I also have seen the pictures that you sent me today where
Dear Suneel, I am very sad that these trees which you purchased just a few days ago already have worms. However, you will be able to fix this problem. The worms might actually be some sort of worm in
Dear Sean, That is a very impressive pachypodium or Madagascar palm. I was very surprised to see the hole near the top, but it is actually not too uncommon. This happens a lot with extremely spiky plants
Dear Vivek, For the clay soil areas, the only real solution will be to drain the water away from the trees by a series of small trenches. The trenches or canals will drain the water away from the area
Dear Paula, What a wonder gift! For best results, I would recommend transplanting your new fig tree in the fall after the weather cools off. If the tree is small enough, then digging it up is fairly