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  • Welcome to this weekly series of articles on plants, gardening and related topics. The columnists, Judith Hsiang and John Cox, are University of Connecticut certified master gardeners. Hsiang is the Master Gardener Program coordinator for New Haven County. The purpose of this series is to address timely topics, offering information and guidance appropriate to Southern Connecticut, with the intent of making your gardening efforts more successful and fun.

    ..., through both our hot summers and often frigid winters. Other plants, which carry the ral designation Zone 6, will usually work in Southern Connecticut. We ...

  • If you have looked at a rhododendron this week, you've seen one species' dramatic response to severely cold weather. Few plants can look quite as pathetic as a rhodie at zero degrees. Seeing those curled, drooping, formerly fleshy leaves, it's tempting to anthropomorphize: The plant is hugging itself, huddling in the snow to keep warm. Your rhododendron is probably fine in spite of the drama, but many other plants may be badly damaged in winter without showing obvious symptoms. A Japanese maple has no fleshy leaves with which to "hug" itself, but its bark and roots may be incurring potentially fatal damage. A dwarf conifer is bright green now but may turn brown and drop all its needles next spring. Severe winter weather harms different plants in different ways, at different times and to...

    Because of these frigid days of early January, some of our landscape ...This is the reason we rely on a hardiness zone map and refer to our region as a Zone 5 or 6 USDA ...

  • We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), propose to designate critical habitat for the Ivesia webberi (Webber's ivesia) under the Endangered Species Act (Act). In total, approximately 2,011 acres (814 hectares) in Plumas, Lassen, and Sierra Counties in northeastern California and Washoe and Douglas Counties in northwestern Nevada fall within the boundaries of the proposed critical habitat designation. If we finalize this rule as proposed, it would extend the Act's protections to this species' critical habitat. The effect of this regulation is to designate critical habitat for Ivesia webberi under the Act.

    ... Haplargids; Aldi--a clayey, smectitic, frigid Lithic Ultic Argixerolls; and Barshaad--a fine, ...16). The shrink-swell of the clay zone, which extends into the subsoil, favors ...

  • Many factors determine survival of landscape plants in severe weather If you have looked at a rhododendron this week, you've seen one species' dramatic response to severely cold weather. Few plants can look quite as pathetic as a rhodie at zero degrees. Seeing those curled, drooping, formerly fleshy leaves, it's tempting to anthropomorphize: The plant is hugging itself, huddling in the snow to keep warm.

    ...Because of these frigid days of early January, some of our landscape ...This is the reason we rely on a hardiness zone map and refer to our region as a Zone 5 or 6 USDA ...

  • Earlier this month, Americans added another term to their weather vocabulary: polar vortex. Across much of the U.S., temperatures plunged to record-breaking lows and didn't budge for days. While Yakima escaped the polar vortex, we were slammed with our own bout of record-breaking low temperatures last month.

    ... and the pets and animals caught in the frigid mess. But when stability returns, I can't help ...I garden in USDA Zone 6b, where a plant's roots will tolerate minimum ...

  • ... experienced thus far, the impact on plants and gardens has been, at best, mixed. Look at the ...Most gardeners suffer from `zone envy" in that we fool ourselves into believing ... farther north than rated for, but a frigid winter can be a reality check. . Woody plants ...

  • Suddenly, ornamental cabbage seems so unnecessary. Who needs a frigid flower wannabe when a balmy winter has so far brought daffodils, camellias, snowdrops and jasmine -- in short, a late-winter blossom party that's making northern gardeners scratch their heads in disbelief.

    ...Nursery plants are sold with a zone range. The magnolia variety ...

  • Sally Cunnignham: A friend lost an ancient cherry tree in a prominent location near his house and was going to transplant a wild one from his woods. "No, no!" I said. Yes, doing so sounds both economical and nature- friendly; we love our native trees. Many Prunus (cherries and plums) are in the woods. So, why not?

    ...And, unless you really know the plants, you could be adopting a non-native, invasive ... as far north as West Virginia; hardy to zone 3). * Maackia amurensis (Amur Maackia): Really ... street tree; thrives even in Minnesota (or frigid native habitat in Manchuria). Rarely seen. * ...

  • An early morning fire in central Colorado Springs temporarily displaced a family of six. The fire started about 2 a.m. Thursday in the garage at 1710 Dixon Drive, according to firefighters. When firefighters arrived, the flames were shooting out of the front door of the garage and the people who lived inside were already out.

    ... by the Pikes Peak Workforce Center's Youth Zone. Thus far, more than 300 job seekers have ...THURSDAY'S WEATHER. A snowstorm and frigid temperatures originally predicted for Thursday ... ranches, in feedlots and in meat packing plants worldwide. As a person with autism, Grandin also ...

  • It's like stepping into your uncle's garage, filled with galactic '80s goodness and retro board games, to boot. One of the only places in town to mix arcade classics, eclectic brews and crazy pizzas like the Mercury Rising: red sauce, pepperoni, jalapeno, pineapple and sriracha. 1221 W. Boise Ave., Boise, 208-258-3871, cosmicpizzaboise.com. With its high ceilings, diversity of taps, wide variety of bizarre but potentially useful things hanging from the ceiling, constant dance party and notorious cougar den, Humpin' Hannah's might be the best bar in which to weather the apocalypse. Unless it's starts with an earthquake. Then you're in trouble. 621 W. Main St., Boise, 208-345-7557. During city hearings on a local smoking ban, the entire staffof Quinn's spun conspiracy theories about how s...

    ... this a great place to lean back and sip a frigid brew. 482 W. Main St., Kuna, 208-922-5169, ... is a perfect hot-day hideout, where you can zone out over a frosty brew. 6928 W. State St., Boise, ...GINO'S. With terra cotta archways and plants at every turn, Gino's can feel a little ...

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