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Doug Oster's Weekly Guide for Spring Gardening - Shared screen with speaker view
Laurie Hoelzeman
13:29
I got a blue one at Bedners! It has a wonderful scent and I want to get more.
Nancy Raia
14:31
I get a lot of insects on my coneflowers that don't really let it progress to the beautiful flowers you're showing. What do I do about pests on coneflowers?
Nancy Raia
16:51
Perfect! Thanks!
deb
28:09
goldenrod is a wonderful dye for wool!
Joanne Reagan-Tate
28:28
I have trouble with my phlox, they grow great the year I plant them and then the next year, hardly any grow back
deb
28:53
yup! it iw
deb
28:59
it is...
Joanne Reagan-Tate
29:29
thanks
Dinelle
29:37
How about Brunara?
deb
32:44
👍
Karen VT
35:37
what was the name of the fungicide treatment?
marcia
36:44
I agree. Thank you so much for letting me know about the mexican sunflower. I grew last year and they were beautiful.
Laurie Hoelzeman
36:48
Do think it helps to deadhead the tithonia??
Karen VT
41:01
regarding invasive plants, what about violets?
Joanne Reagan-Tate
41:16
Last year I saw Love Lies Bleeding - is this a variety of bleeding hearts? It was so pretty and I'd love to grow it, if it's a pollinator.
JP
41:41
Is it too late to start Joe Pye or hardy hibiscus?
Nancy Raia
42:03
What would work best for mildew that typically comes on peonies every year?
Karen VT
42:55
me too!
Karen VT
43:09
i love them
Karen VT
43:39
they are throughout my garden, Any issue with this?
Tracy Salerno
44:42
Should I shade my cool weather plants now that its warming up? I’m growing lettuce, carrots, kale, arugula...
Simone
44:42
Hi, I soaked squash and cucumber seeds three days ago and couldn't get them planted. They are not moldy and water is still clear, should I plant these or start over?
Laurie Hoelzeman
47:06
Is there a difference between hardy hibiscus and rose of Sharon??
Doug Oster
47:25
Cornell Mixture, one gallon of water, one Tbs. Of horticultural oil and 1 TBs. Of baking soda along with one drop of dish soap.
Eileen
47:25
For city folk with VERY small area for garden (with partial and direct sun)... what would be your top recommendations for pollinator plants ? Also, what would be the latest that those plants could be planted ? Finally, which pollinators would you recommend for long, narrow raspberry bed ? (raspberry PLANTS, not bushes at this time, so good amount of space) 🙏🏻
Nancy Raia
48:21
Wonderful! Thank you so much!
Judy Bonnaure
48:57
Any perennial suggestions that will survive a part sun part shade spot that will be under water a day or two when we get the 4 inch rainfalls?
Elaine
49:09
Where do I get Horticultural Oil and how much do I have to buy to just use one Tbsp?
Robin Connors
49:48
is there a specific brand of horticultural oil that you purchase?
Debby
50:17
can I use the Cornell mixture on zuchinni for mildew?
Nancy Raia
52:44
Any other suggestions for shade or partial shade pollinator perennials that are pretty low maintenance?
Tracy Salerno
52:54
Just purchased trellis for the garden to bring in pollinators. What would be best vine?
bobsegelson
53:59
You didn’t mention lavender..Is there a reason for that?
patrick mccullough
54:32
is it like neem oil?
JP
54:37
Is neem oil the same as Horticult Oil?
John S. Chopich
55:14
What about neem oil for mildew and aphids?
Laurie Hoelzeman
55:23
Pipevine!
Elaine
55:42
Is Clematis a good vine
deb
55:45
Honeysuckle
patrick mccullough
56:27
what can you plant to attract squash bugs from zucchini?
Robin Connors
56:29
Maybe a glack-eyed susan vine
Robin Connors
56:36
black-eyed
deb
56:46
morning glories
patrick mccullough
57:07
radish?
Karen VT
57:30
Thumbergia?
Lorraine Vinski
57:44
nasturtiums?
Elaine
57:53
What is a squash bug and what is the function
Laurie Hoelzeman
58:11
Isnt nasturtiums a trap for squash bugs
patrick mccullough
58:30
squash bugs suck the life out of the vines
Simone
58:31
Against squash bugs, I was told to cut a 4" long, 2" wide plastic ring ( water bottle, PVC piping) and bury 2" and keep 2" above ground and it would deter the bugs?
Judy Bonnaure
58:50
diatomaceous earth
patrick mccullough
59:25
dish soap in some water kills them, but I think it hurts the plants?
Joanne Reagan-Tate
01:00:01
Do you follow Joe Lampl? I asked because his emails and last week, his email was promoting Pitt Moss. He said the person who told him about it, wasn't getting paid by Pitt Moss, I thought of you. He strongly recommended Pitt Moss.
JP
01:00:23
They FINALLY had Pitmoss in stock
deb
01:01:12
thank you Doug!!
Laurie Hoelzeman
01:01:19
Awesome! Thanks Doug!!
JP
01:01:26
Thanks Erin & Doug
Joanne Reagan-Tate
01:01:26
lucky you!
Eileen
01:01:26
🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
patrick mccullough
01:01:27
good stuff
bobsegelson
01:01:29
can you reuse Pitt moss
Karen VT
01:01:30
so so jealous! Thank you!
Judy Bonnaure
01:01:39
Thanks. Say hi to Monty Don for me!
Linda Dunlap
01:01:40
Thank you, Doug Great Class!
Robin Connors
01:01:42
you have to do a slide show of your trip!!!
Eileen
01:01:45
💝
Debby
01:01:46
Thank you Doug!Bon Voyage!!!
Dinelle
01:01:51
Thank you Doug!
Chelsea Rourke
01:01:52
Thank you Doug