Zone 8

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Where to buy roses 3 Replies

Started by Missi. Last reply by Carol Gundlach Jun 13, 2011.

Foxglove - seems to be dying 4 Replies

Started by April Lymer. Last reply by April Lymer Jun 10, 2011.

Snails 12 Replies

Started by Kay Neeley. Last reply by Lee Findley Jun 9, 2011.

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Comment by Suzanna Liza on February 26, 2015 at 9:11am

Louisiana, cool weather lettuces holding on despite 32 at night. I cover these if it goes lower than this. February 26 and seedlings for cool weather crops are up and at um!

Comment by Suzanna Liza on May 10, 2012 at 8:46pm

Also, if you are thinking of a grape, the Concord grape in it's third year, has set grapes each year since 1st planted.  It is an awesome grape for zone 8!

Comment by Suzanna Liza on May 10, 2012 at 8:45pm

The blueberries are just starting to turn blue, one at a time!  We put the bird netting over the three bushes this year, because we want to try some of the berries we are so loveingly tending :-/ 

Comment by Doris Glowicki on May 7, 2012 at 4:23pm

Hi, everyone!  I live near Dallas, in zone 8, and I am happy to be here!

Comment by Glenda Truscott z8 on February 13, 2012 at 12:35am

I am going to replant some of the babies tomorrow and get the peas in.

Comment by Suzanna Liza on January 31, 2012 at 9:26am

Strawberry Time!!!


Comment by Robbie Molina/TX 8a on August 16, 2011 at 12:17pm

I need to know what flowers are rabbit proof. I think I have my backyard blocked now. I put hardware wire 6" and more deep in a trench along the fence. I can see on the outside where they have tried to dig a couple of places. But I want to plant outside the fence. I know they don't bother my iris's and coneflower, but they ate my phlox. Does anyone know what I can plant that they won't eat?

Comment by Charlie Patin Z8 TX on April 14, 2011 at 8:57pm
Judith, Here are a few: snapdragon, african daisy, wax begonia, larkspur, impatiens, sweet alyssum, lobelia, nasturtium.  Got these from a book called "Gardening in Deer Country", by Vincent Drzewucki, Jr.  Good luck.  I'm not saying they are deer "proof" because deer will eat almost anything if they are really hungry, but these are usually not bothered by deer if there is anything else to eat.
Comment by Judith Reed on April 14, 2011 at 8:37pm

Re:  FIRE ANTS.  I gave up ages ago fighting these little vicious critters.  I have found however, that a bottle of 50/50 mix with a cotton ball will reduce the sting and itching.  Trial and error there1


Comment by Judith Reed on April 14, 2011 at 8:35pm
Question Actually.... I need to know which annual plants are deer proof!  I am tired of feeding them. LOL.  Also with the drought, I need to know which decorative/flowering plants will withstand the heat and just being watering by me.

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