Monthly Archives: May 2006

Burrying Morning Glory Vines

Q. I bury kitchen vegetable waste and garden waste to enhance the soil.  I have wild morning glory all over my property.  What portion of the morning glory vines can be burried without encouraging new morning glory growth? Thanks A. … Continue reading

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Wormy Cherries

Q. Two years ago our cherry tree bore sweet, wonderful cherries, but then I started to see little hole in the cherries. As I was pitting a bowl to freeze, I noticed little worms. Ugh! Last year we were away … Continue reading

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Moving Spring Bulbs

Q. We love having early spring bulbs but they don’t always stay where we plant them. I suppose it’s squirrels that dig them up and re-bury them. My question is, when we find bulbs that have been moved they are … Continue reading

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Azaleas Not Blooming

Q. Mr. Punzi, My pink azaleas are blossoming, but for two years now the white ones don’t bloom. And for years they did. What’s wrong? Thanks, Phil Whittenberg – Lakewood, WA A.  There are many situations that can occur that … Continue reading

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Asian Pear Pollination Compatibility

Q. Hi Peter, I have two Asian pear trees. One is a Shinseiki and the other is a Hosui. Both have been in the ground in full sun for going on 5 years. They are 8-9′ tall now and healthy … Continue reading

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