If using for Nitrogen fixation we highly recommend using a cowpea inoculant. Excellent cowpea for canning, freezing or drying. Try with for maximum Nitrogen fixation. Dimpled Brown Crowder Cowpea is a prolific yielder with pods that contain 12-15 peas,...
Quick growing green manure. Oats will kill off winter weeds and hold soil with a mat of vegetation! A high yielding oat that can produce over 100 bushels per acre. Great for garlic beds and other vegetables.
It is found worldwide and can tolerate many habitats and climates; it generally needs full sun to thrive. Shade tolerant and sod forming. * A herbaceous, perennial grass, very winter hardy, provides wildlife habitat, erosion control and ground cover.
) is a species of honeysuckle native to mountain forests of Central and Southern Europe , sometimes cultivated as ornamental plant outside its native range. Schmidt, which is native to Sakhalin , Kurile Islands , Hokkaido and Honshu , is sometimes considered...
* Can be grown as a medium size informal hedge. Used as a substitute for China tea, especially by people living at high elevations in the Himalayas. * It grows to 0.1–1 m (3.9–39.4 in) tall, rarely up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft).
The berry-like fruits are actually pomes . Horizontalis is an important source of food for birds. * Cotoneaster horizontalis is a species of Cotoneaster that is a short shrub. The flowers can range from pink to white.
Laevis) overlap in coastal areas, B. Where the range of this species and Smooth Bur Marigold (B. * The species name cernua is Latin for nodding. Cernua is much less prevalent. Bur Marigold seeds are sometimes eaten by ducks.
* Prefers a heavy soil and a damp situation. * Multipurpose alder tree found in the subtropical highlands of the Himalaya. * A fall-flowering species. * It is called Utis in Nepalese and Nepalese Alder in English .
* The poisonous fruit of this plant ripens in September and resembles whitish-powdered grapes. * Menispermum canadense ( Canadian Moonseed , Common Moonseed , or Yellow Parilla ) is a flowering plant in the family Menispermaceae , native to eastern North...
* A spiny tree with small greenish flowers in 4" racemes; leaves pinnate or bipinnate; name suggests it is a good choice for wet areas; native to southeast U.S. * Having an extensive root system, it is planted for stabilizing wet banks and marshes.
The fruit is an acorn-shaped ovoid, three-angled capsule 1–2 centimetres (0.39–0.79 in) long, partly enclosed at the base by the sepals. Only Bailey's Pocket Mouse , however, is known to be able to digest the wax found inside the jojoba nut.
* Native to SE United States * Requires a light porous sandy soil in full sun. * Andropogon virginicus is a species of grass known by several common names, including broomsedge bluestem and yellowsedge bluestem .
Yellow flowers from May to July. * An orange-yellow dye is obtained from the flowers. The common name is Bird's-foot Trefoil (or similar, such as "birdsfoot trefoil"), though the common name is often also applied to other members of the genus.
* The grass is not considered a good forage for livestock because it is low in nutrients. * The seeds of deertongue attract many types of birds, such as turkeys. * This plant is tolerant of high levels of aluminum in soils.
The bark is also a paler gray color. Distichum , the leaves are shorter (3-10 mm long), slenderer and are on shoots that tend to be erect rather than spreading; the cones also tend to be smaller, not over 2.5 cm diameter.
It's long lasting, rain resistant, can be used year-round and is eco-safe. Dries odorless. Dilute the concentrate and spray repellant onto low-growing plants, flower beds, vegetable gardens, ground cover and lawns.
* Big Bluestem is a perennial grass. * Big bluestem is tolerant of a wide range of soils and moisture. * Seed germination appears to be dependent on about a 2-week period of moistened seed at a time when soil temperatures have reached 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
Controls bagworms, borers, beetles, caterpillars, codling moths, gypsy moths, loopers, leaf miners, spider mites, thrips and more. An effective dust for organic gardening. For use on foliage of vegetables, melons, cole crops, leafy vegetables, tuberous...
* The wood is heavy and close grained but soft and brittle, which limits its use. * Compound leaves yellowish when young; found on coastal plain along rivers and swamps; native region from Virginia to Florida and Texas.
Not for use on Pear or Asian Pear trees.Because Bonide Fruit Tree Spray contains a mild insecticide, it should not be used during bloom time. Effective, balanced and easy-to-use. This all-purpose spray controls pests and diseases at the same time.
To minimize injury to beneficials like bees, follow the product label and use during early morning or late evening – and after bloom period has passed. Certified organic spray for fruit trees and more! Intended for use during growing season to control...
Captures soil nutrients in the fall to release in spring when worked into the soil. Prevents erosion and builds organic matter in the soil! Plant early to late fall; in mild climates fall through early spring.