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Mature trees sometimes have large roundish holes or vertical cracks in their trunks. Sometimes the tree manages to seal over a wound in its trunk, and it will be just fine. Other times, the tree needs a little help to control the damage.
The short answer to this is probably not. When a tree develops a hole or if that hole gets larger and creates a hollow tree, most of the time, it is only the heartwood that is affected. The tree only needs the bark and the first few layers beneath the bark to live. These outer layers will often be protected by their own barriers from the rot that creates hollows and holes inside the trees. As long as your tree looks healthy, it is unlikely that the hole in the tree will harm it.
When you find holes and hollows, you need to make sure that you do not damage the outer layers of the tree in the areas of the holes. This can cause damage to the natural barrier and allow the rot to get into the essential outer layers of the trunk, which then can kill the tree.
Also, be aware that studies have shown that filling in a hollow tree often does not improve the stability of the tree. Do not rely on simply filling in a hollow tree as a suitable way to make a tree more stable.
In the past, it was often recommended that filling holes in tree trunks was a good way to correct the tree hole. Most tree experts now agree that this advice was incorrect. Filling holes in trees causes problems for several reasons. The material that you fill the tree hole with will not react to the weather in the same way the tree wood will. The material you use will expand and contract at a different rate, which will either cause more damage to the tree or can create gaps where water (which leads to more rot) and disease can get trapped.
Not only that, but if the tree must be removed at a later date, fill materials can create dangerous situations to the person removing the tree. Imagine if someone using a chainsaw were to hit a concrete fill that they were not aware of in the tree. If you have decided that filling a hole in a tree trunk is your best option, make sure that you use a softer material, such as expanding foam, to do so.
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When choosing trees, it is worth knowing that the cute four-foot sapling you purchased will grow to the size of a mature tree over time, although not necessarily to the size of specimens in irrigated city parks. Look around your town, and you can find tree monsters that have overtaken houses and yards.
The most important aspect of digging a hole for a tree, or any plant, is drainage. All holes must be dug deep to remove underlying caliche. After the hole is dug, and refilled to a level needed by the rootball, fill it with water three times to check how rapidly it drains. One-half to one hour is an acceptable time for a hole to completely drain. If it takes longer than one hour after the third time it is filled, dig another hole somewhere else.
Mountain sites may have an underlying granite layer, rather than caliche, preventing drainage. Granite layers are too deep to dig through, so a location with deeper soil, or a slope must be selected instead. Never plant a tree in a flat area where underlying granite is close to the surface. Any hole you dig will seem to drain properly the first time you fill it, but the second or third time, the water will not drain at all. The surrounding dry soil absorbs the first amount of water, becomes water logged clay, and can absorb no more. Root rot follows.
The distance any plant should be kept away from a wall or fence equals one-half of the mature width of the plant plus one foot. For example, a given variety of orange tree may grow 20' wide. It must be kept 11' from a wall. For the distance between two plants, add the mature widths, divide by two, and add one foot. When the new plant is small, this distance will seem large, but the space will fill quickly in just a few years.
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Right plant, right place. Make sure you've got the right shrub for your site. Consider its mature size. Many of the plants that are labeled "large shrubs" are also considered "small trees." Look up the mature size of your species before you plant it and give it space to grow.
Placement matters. Depending on their mature size, shrubs placed in the right spot can naturally cool or insulate your home. Don't plant shrubs too close to the house, though. Planting too close will reduce airflow and leave your shrubs vulnerable to fungal diseases. It makes it hard to perform maintenance on the home as well. Keep the center of the plant more than 2.5 feet from the foundation.
Plant in groups. Groups of multiple shrubs will give your landscape design a unified and cohesive feel. Denser plantings are the preferred shelter of most wildlife species, too. Individual plants in a group should touch when they reach their mature size. Adjacent groups of different shrubs should overlap and connect with one another.
Contrary to popular belief, adding compost to the planting hole is not a good idea. In Florida's sandy soils and heavy rains, compost breaks down too quickly. The resulting air pockets can leave you with a dried out or sunken shrub. Backfilling the hole with the native soil is a safer option. If you're concerned about the soil quality, amend the entire bed before you plant. You can also top-dress with a thin layer of compost before you mulch.
To grow hydrangeas in planting beds, focus on improving the native soil. One simple way to do that is to combine equal parts existing soil and Miracle-Gro Garden Soil for Trees and Shrubs. In warmer regions (zones 7 and warmer), where winter tends to be mild, you can also grow hydrangeas in containers. Create just the right environment for them by filling pots with Miracle-Gro Moisture Control Potting Mix.
Hydrangeas can fill multiple roles in the garden. Plant a hydrangea privacy hedge, or use them as a foundation planting around a home. A single hydrangea can be the focal point of a garden, and potted hydrangeas can bring beauty to a deck or entry garden. Hydrangeas also integrate well into mixed borders of shrubs and perennials, and make a natural-looking addition to a woodland setting.
Fresh hydrangea flowers are a favorite for filling vases and adorning wedding bouquets. If you want to dry hydrangea blooms, most experts suggest waiting to let flowers age and dry naturally on the plant. Harvest at the color stage you prefer.
As you add the soil, stop when your container is one-third of the way filled, and mix in some 10-10-10 (NPK) granular slow-release fertilizer and a calcium amendment like calcium chloride or calcium sulfate.
Harvest when your fruits reach about half of their mature size, which varies depending on the cultivar. This encourages your plant to keep growing and producing more fruit, and in my opinion, young zucchini tastes best.
Once they mature, you have a challenging task ahead of you. Trellising helps, since the bugs like to hide under debris at night. But your best option is to apply pesticides that contain carbaryl, permethrin, bifenthrin, or esfenvalerate.
Micro greens are all the rage with foodies these days and for good reason: A study at the University of Maryland reported micro greens are up to 40 times more nutritious than the mature plants when harvested less then 14 days after germination, at 1 to 3 inches in height. And the good news is they are a snap to grow.
To begin fill your container with an inch or so of potting soil and level it out. Using a soil press (a piece of cardboard) gently flatten the soil, but do not compact it. Next sprinkle the seeds evenly over the soil. Then using the soil press gently press the seed making sure they make contact with the potting soil. Now cover the seeds with a piece of paper towel and water the trays using a fine shower from a watering can or a sprayer. Placing a plastic lid or sheet of plastic wrap over the container will help keep the soil moist. Keep the paper towel moist by spritzing it with a sprayer once or twice a day, as needed. When all the seeds have sprouted remove the plastic covering and paper towel and place the seed tray under lights or in a south-facing window.
There has been debate and speculation as to how and why monsteras make leaf holes. Some have suggested that Monsteras create holes in their leaves to resist the strong winds of hurricanes. Bird of Paradise plants split their leaves to allow wind through as well. Others suggest that they have the holes that better allow water to come in contact with their roots. After all, as they grow, they are epiphytic and do not have much contact with the soil. 041b061a72