Monthly Archives: December 2010

Commenting on a Blog, it’s easy!

Have you ever read a post on a blog, and wanted to make a comment, but were afraid to? Words like… Leave a Reply, Name, E-mail, Website, and Comment seemed scary! Commenting on a blog can be a fun thing … Continue reading

Posted in How-to | 2 Comments

Dividing Miscanthus Grass, not easy, but you can do it!

Miscanthus grass is a nice looking ornamental grass, grows 6 to 8 feet tall, provides movement in the garden, great planted as a specimen, or in small groups, sends up feathery plumes in the fall, and is great for winter … Continue reading

Posted in LAWN Care, San Francisco Chronicle / eHow references or resources, The Spring Garden | 13 Comments

Japanese Knotweed, controlling and killing it

Years ago my father planted a row of Japanese Knotweed along the fence. It liked the clay soil, he put it in, and QUICKLY took off. For years my father called it Elephant Ear Plant, or Bamboo. Only about ten … Continue reading

Posted in Bushes, Shrubs, Trees, LAWN Care | 10 Comments