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Tree Insects and Diseases Each disease profile is organized by type and includes important information.

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Transplanting bushes safely. Includes a video by "This Old House" landscape contractor Roger Cook.

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Bagworms on Landscape Plants Bagworm caterpillars make distinctive 1.5 to 2 inch long spindle-shaped bags that can be seen hanging from twigs of a variety of trees and shrubs. Sometimes the bags are mistaken for pine cones or other plant structures.

Organic Lawn Care for Homeowners Organic lawns only allow the use of natural resources in the soil and the grass. It also means that the fertilizers are organic in nature and no harmful chemicals are used.

Ambrosia Beetle Ambrosia beetles are a specialized group belonging to the family Scolytidae. They differ from the bark beetles in this family in several ways.

Learn about Insect and Mite Galls Galls are abnormal plant growths caused by various organisms (insects, mites, nematodes, fungi, bacteria, and viruses).

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How to plant and care for encore azaleas. More blooms more often.

Learn about the Common Grubworm Adult beetles, commonly referred to as May beetles or Junebugs are 1/2 to 5/8 inches long, and reddish brown.

Growing Boxwoods in the Landscape Boxwoods have been an important part of North Carolina landscapes since colonial times; the first plants were introduced to American gardeners in 1652.

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Abelia Kaleidoscope Each Spring 'Kaleidoscope' lights up with bright yellow and green variegation.

Windmill Palm Trees, they can survive our winters.

ArmyWorm Info Armyworm and army cutworm feed on a wide variety of crops.

imustgarden.com (Where Rockett gets help protecting his plants from the critters.)

fitrx.com (Where Rockett gits his some of his energy from.)

myfoxal.com (Where Rockett's gardening segments can be replayed.)

tut.com (Where Rockett thinks you are what you think you are.)

ph-ion.com (Where Rockett gets his 'Alkalizing and Energizing' stuff, balance your body, balance your mind.)

safelawns.org (Where Rockett knows organics are the best way to go.)

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Boxwood Blight info from Virginia Cooperative Extension

Why crape myrtles may NOT BLOOM

Kids Guide to planting a flower garden