Entries Tagged as 'Cyclamen Mites'

Monday, February 21st, 2011


Cyclamen coum by Paul Gulliver One of the first charming mid-winter or spring flowers that will be popping their heads up from under the snow as soon as it melts is a little hardy perennial Cyclamen.  See here. Lucky the people who have these planted in their yards to welcome spring. (There are other hardy […]

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

A Knotty Impatiens Problem

Orange Jewelweed – Impatiens Capensis by A. Walden TheGardenLady received this question from Howard. I have a North facing brownstone garden with partial sun here in Manhattan, New York City. Each year a good portion of the semi-shady part of the garden is planted with impatiens. They are the seedlings from the previous year so […]