Can anyone tell me what these plants might be? Are they plants or weeds? My husband seems to think they're weeds, but I don't think so. The one on the left definitely creeps and has these
Native Spider Wort. Great for shady moist areas. Spreads like crazy but easily pulled out.
Have also seen the other pop up in my garden. All plants are weeds IF they're in a spot you don't want. So pull it out when it gets in the way of things you've planted & leave if it looks good & fills a bar spot. Happy gardening! Check out our website & 'like' us on Facebook.
Does anyone know for sure what this is that's been growing in my flower garden for the last few years? I don't want to cut it down, in case it's something I may want to keep like a nut tree/shrub, etc.
We will have 3 yards of mushroom compost delivered this week. When I begin filling my first wheelbarrow, I will think about the mulching techniques I have learned from many and various
on Apr 06, 2013
We've just completed the spring clean up & soil amending for the season. After racking all the
leaves to the center of the yard, my husband mows over the huge piles several times. Then we leave the shrunken piles while we spread a mixture of compost from my 2 compost piles, along with peat moss, mushroom compost, top soil & composted cow manure to my flower beds. With the exception of the top soil, at least everything is light weight. After that is completed, we move the new debris piles to our emptied compost bins. Check out our gardening website: www.glenviewgardeners.org & please like us on FB - Glenview Gardeners Club
Does anyone have any idea what on earth this is? I found it randomly growing in my yard, yesterday.
on Jan 09, 2013
Our garden club's meeting last night was on Herbs & I'm now positive of my previous
description. It's called Lovage & is a native plant in the parsley family in my area.
Our speaker had slides that looked just like your pic. You can read a bit of the progrm info on the calender page for 1/8/12 of our website below, then google his name for his contact info. Public is always welcome to our presentations every 2nd Tues. Please 'like' us on Facebook! www.glenviewgardeners.org