Spring Garden Tips
Pests, Disease and Weed Management


Weed Your Garden Day - June 13th

Break out the cupcakes and balloons and get ready to celebrate Weed Your Garden Day on June 13th.

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Managing Picnic Beetles

Eat up and clean up to keep those little black beetles from enjoying your harvest.

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Clematis Stem Wilt

Your clematis looks beautiful until suddenly the stems and leaves start turning black. Though it looks bad your clematis will survive.

Listen to Clematis Stem Wilt
 
Watch for and Prevent Borers on Trees and Shrubs

Extreme heat and cold, droughts and floods can leave our plants stressed and more susceptible to damaging borers.

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Tussock Moths

Don’t let their beauty fool you. The colorful and hairy tussock moth caterpillars are voracious eaters feeding on a variety of trees and shrubs.

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Fireblight

On your next winter walk, check apples, pears, quince and other members of the rose family for signs of fireblight disease.

Listen to Fireblight...
 
Coneflower Damage from Sunflower Head-Clipping Weevil

Clipped and dangling coneflowers, sunflowers, and some of the other members of the aster family mean the sunflower head-clipping weevil is busy at work in your garden.

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Eco-friendly Control of Iris Borer

Wilted, discolored or dying iris plants mean the iris borer has invaded your plants.

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