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QUICK FACTS Provides 12-Month Insect Protection Will Not Harm Trees & Shrubs Easy-to-Use . . . Mix in Water and Pour Around Tree/Shrub Adelgids, Aphids, Bronze Birch Borers, Emerald Ash Borers, Leafminers, Scale and other listed pests Trees: 1/2 ounce per inch of distance around trunk Shrubs: 11/2 ounces per foot of height Once a .

souriense), a weedy and thorny plant, the first shrub toleaf out in spring, is also seen here. Walk with the Shrubs Cont'd from page 1 Hiking back up the hill tothe parking area, we become aware of many bird songs. (A recent study reported by the Morton Arboretum linked non-native shrubs, for instance the pervasive and exotic honeysuck-les and .

mast, leaves, and stems of trees and shrubs, as well as forbs and grasses. Succulents provide a valuable source of water for individuals living in more arid regions. In late fall, winter, and early spring, deer consume the leaves and stems of shrubs and trees. Studies in the Alberta foothills have shown that dur-

buckwheat and a variety of other grasses and forbs are present. Wax currant, mountain snowberry and other deciduous shrubs occur sporadically. Vegetative composition of the community is approximately 75 percent grasses, 10 percent forbs and 15 percent shrubs. Approximate ground cover is 70 t

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Plant new roses or move old roses soon after February 15. Fertilizing Fertilize trees and shrubs (not spring-flowering shrubs) toward the end of the month (in South Mississippi). Follow soil sample recommendations or use a slow-release, com

Apr 29, 2009 · the street and public sidewalk by low stone or brick walls or by decorative cast iron fences. Shrubs, trees and flower beds ran along side boundary lines. Cast stone, concrete and cast iron lawn ornaments and statues were popular features in yards. Shrubs and densely p

Gradually replace non-beneficial plants like Stella De Oro daylilies, burning bush, and liriope with native perennials and shrubs. Remove non-native ornamental grasses and shrubs that are designated as noxious, invasive, or aggressive in native areas. Replace non-native annuals in your decorative pots wi

tree species that will grow no taller than 25 feet at maturity. (See page 6 for examples.) Transmission power lines: Plant only low-growing shrubs under the wire zone and only grasses within the area directly below the tower. Along the border of the transmission line right-of-way, plant only small trees tha

Available online at Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 4 (2006) 11 5-123 Air pollution removal by urban trees and shrubs in the United States David J. owak*, Daniel E. Crane, Jack C. Stevens USDA Forest Service, Nortlzeastem Research Station, 5 Woorz Library, S LIIV Y-ESF, Sj rczmse, N Y 1321 0 USA

4 TREES AND SHRUBS comes from the bark of a tree, while the ink itself is made with acid which comes from a gall made by an insect on an oak-tree. Dinner-time comes. Surely, now, you will not want any wood. You fetch your basket with your dinner in it. Th at may be made of wood-chips or willow twigs,

Trees and shrubs will be easy to identify when you become familiar with the keys used in this publication. Three keys are provided for your use. One is for the conifers (both trees . For example: 1. Leaves 4-7 inches long. 1. Leaves less than 3 inches long. 2. After you select the characteristic, or proposition, that is the most de-