Caring for Your Plants
Simon & Schuster, Apr 1, 1998 - Gardening - 176 pages
Replete with color how-to illustrations of gardening techniques, a thorough guide to flourishing garden and indoor plants features helpful hints on adapting general principles to suit local climate and geographic conditions and controlling pests. Original.
25 pages matching midspring in this book
Results 1-3 of 25
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
acephate annuals aphids apples apply beds blooms branches brown buds bulbs caterpillars chemical chlorpyrifos cold frame color compost cool corms Crops affected cultivars cuttings damage Danger period Growing destroy affected diazinon drainage early fall early spring early summer Epiphytic especially feed fertilizer flowers foliage foliar feed frost fruit fungal fungal diseases fungicide garden germinate grass green greenhouse ground growth grubs heat Height x spread herbicides holes horticultural oil humidity hybrids indoors infestations insecticidal soap insects keep late spring late summer lawn leaf leaves lime sulfur malathion midfall midspring midsummer mites mold mulch orchids pears pelargoniums perennials period Growing season pests pests and diseases pink Plants affected plastic potting soil propagation pruning pseudobulbs pyrethrin remove roots roses seedlings seeds shading shoots shrubs spider mites spot stems Symptoms temperature thiophanate-methyl tomatoes trees tubers types vegetable ventilation weather weeds weeks winter yellow