Lisa Dent
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Which category best describes you?
Master Gardener
Skill level
Master Gardener Certification
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
water ponds, iris, annuals, vegies, tropicals
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
20 to 30 hrs

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Snow in Kansas

Posted on March 21, 2010 at 9:07pm 3 Comments

Well once again it snowed in Kansas. i am so ready to clean my flower beds, and plant out side. The good news it is the frist day of SPRING. does anyone know when it is safe to take tropical plants out side (in Kansas?)

grasses- yard and orntimental

Posted on March 7, 2010 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

When and how is the best time to fertilize your yards in Kansas. i have a very large front yard and looking for a ego frindly and economic way to fertilize....... i also love ornimental grasses, and have tryed starting pink champane, blue fescu, and zebra? my question is how do you get those beautiful clumps and how many seeds does it take to get one?

Starting seeds.

Posted on January 20, 2010 at 4:48pm 0 Comments

I am in Kansas, but I can not wait any longer. I am starting some seeds inside. I am expanding my cool plants, and making an herb garden this year. My problem is that I love to cook Italian and my son (10) want a tea garden. Were to begin and stop.

Identifing Trees

Posted on August 22, 2009 at 10:30am 4 Comments

I have two trees that I do not know what they are. The second picture is just the leaves, but it gets beautiful a long thin cluster of red blooms Can anyone help me with what type they… Continue

Problems with wild violets

Posted on May 12, 2009 at 7:54pm 8 Comments

Can anyonegive me suggestions on how to remove wild violets with out damaging other plants? example larkspur, vinca?

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At 9:20am on November 29, 2011, Community Manager said…

Hope to hear from you Lisa!

At 1:42pm on May 14, 2011, Chrissy, zone 5, NW PA said…

lisa,

sorry, i do not know the name of that almost black iris. it get about 10" tall if that should help. never did a search on it, someone gave me them along time ago.

At 2:43pm on April 9, 2011, Lisa Gibson said…

Hi Lisa!

My name is Lisa too.

I have a question for you that has zero to do with gardening.  Did you used to live in the Houston area?  I knew a Lisa Dent there, met her once but remember the name.  She brought me an injured cardinal she found in her yard and I was the closest bird rehabber to her.  Was that you?  Small world if it was. 

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At 9:41am on March 25, 2011, Lynn Schoener gave Lisa Dent a gift
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Hope everyone is excited about the upcoming growing season!
At 5:30am on March 25, 2011, Tanya LaPorte gave Lisa Dent a gift
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Thanks for your friendship, Lisa! ~Tanya LaPorte, Michigan
At 10:19am on March 15, 2011, Freddy J. Hill said…
Welcome, friend. Check my pics, by the album, if you get  chance.
At 5:35pm on May 20, 2010, Nancy Burstein gave Lisa Dent a gift
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Hi LIsa, saw your qusstion on lounge. Try my group "Iris, my new love" Perhaps one of my members would know about a black iris. Nancy
At 11:30am on March 22, 2010, Jennifer said…
Hi Lisa, Do you know what type the rose is? Any major pruning should have been done in the late fall. If you cut it back that drastically it will be a set back. If it's a climbing rose or a rambler there will not be any flowers this season. It takes several years to develop flowers on the climbers. The blooms grow on old wood. Does this answer your question? Let me know if you need more info?
At 4:33pm on March 20, 2010, Jennifer said…
Lisa I am a big fan of Roses. I see you like Irises too. They are my next favorite flower. I like to see the pictures of out peoples gardens. You get new Ideas. Your question on the wild violets is a difficult one because they self seed. Even if you dig them up they will come back. I love them personally but I understand your frustration.
Send them my way. LOL
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