#JustAskArts - Plants & Gardening Q&A

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Category: Plant Care

Q. how do you go about finding out if a ginkgo tree thats been grafted and sold as a male cultivar doesnt have a female tree used as root stock

Posted On: 12/8/2017 12:00:00 AM  | In Category : Plant Care

Hello how do you go about finding out if a ginkgo tree thats been grafted and sold as a male cultivar doesnt have a female tree used as root stock? Are there signs to look out for to tell if a female root stocks been used? Ive read that a ginkgo tree thats sold as a male tree but has a female root stock and a male tree grafted on top of it can revert back to being female when tree is mature and start producing seeds.

Location: Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Tags: ginkgo, rootstock, ginkgo seeds, ginkgo rootstock, male and female ginkgo

Q. How to Store Dahlia Tubers For the Winter?

Posted On: 10/28/2017 12:00:00 AM  | In Category : Plant Care

Connie asks, How Do I Store my Dahlia tubers for the winter?

Location: Tsawwassen, British Columbia, Canada
Tags: dahlia, dahlia tubers, dahlia tuber storage, protecting dahlias, over wintering dahlias

Q. When is the absolute deadline for planting anything

Posted On: 10/10/2017 12:00:00 AM  | In Category : Plant Care

When is the absolute deadline for planting anything?

Location: Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Tags: transplant, winter planting, fall planting

Q. Is October Too Late to Transplant Daylilies?

Posted On: 10/7/2017 12:00:00 AM  | In Category : Plant Care

In the Lower Fraser Valley is early October too late to transplant a clump of well established daylilies? I do not want to divide the clump.

Location: North Delta, British Columbia, Canada
Tags: daylilies, transplant perennials, daylily, transplant daylily
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