Species and Varieties

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Scott Bauer, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bugwood.org
Gray Mold on Strawberries - Articles Articles
Gray mold, or botrytis blight, is a common disease of a number of nonwoody plants worldwide and causes a greater loss of strawberry flowers and fruit than any other disease. More
Todd M. Gilligan and Marc E. Epstein, TortAI: Tortricids of Agricultural Importance, USDA APHIS ITP, Bugwood.org
Cherry Fruitworm on Blueberries - Articles Articles
The cherry fruitworm, Grapholita packardi (Zeller), overwinters as large larvae in cavities usually made in the dead wood on the bush. More
Gloxinia Diseases
Gloxinia Diseases - Articles Articles
Informational table showing disease name, symptoms, pathogen/cause, and management of Gloxinia diseases. More
Home Fruit Plantings: Elderberry Variety Selection
Home Fruit Plantings: Elderberry Variety Selection - Articles Articles
Although relatively little breeding has been done, several elderberry varieties are readily available. More
Standard Apple Varieties for Home Fruit Plantings
Standard Apple Varieties for Home Fruit Plantings - Articles Articles
Traditional apple varieties also can be grown in the home orchard. More
liz west, Flickr
Black Raspberry Streak in Home Fruit Plantings - Articles Articles
Inconspicuous purple streaks less than 1 inch long form during warm periods on the lower part of infected canes. Infected plants usually are vigorous, sometimes with no symptoms of virus infection. More
Scab-resistant Apple Varieties for Home Orchards Scab-resistant Apple Varieties for Home Orchards - Articles
Scab-resistant apple varieties are ideal selections for home fruit production. More
Grapes in the Home Fruit Planting
Grapes in the Home Fruit Planting - Articles Articles
American varieties such as Concord and Niagara thrive in most places in Pennsylvania that meet the criteria outlined in Penn State Extension cultural recommendations. More
Blueberry Variety Selection in the Home Fruit Planting
Blueberry Variety Selection in the Home Fruit Planting - Articles Articles
Blueberry varieties can be selected so that you have crops to be harvested from July through mid-September, if desired. More
Asian Pears in the Home Orchard - Variety Selection
Asian Pears in the Home Orchard - Variety Selection - Articles Articles
Asian pears are considerably different from the old, hard, European varieties like Keiffer and Seckel. More
Christmas cactus and thanksgiving cactus require cooler temperatures and need to be watered less frequently in the fall for buds to develop.
Care of Holiday Plants - Articles Articles

Care of Holiday Plants

Kathy Kelley, Ph.D.

Flowering plants are always welcome gifts that help make the holiday season more festive and meaningful. More
Creating a Colonial Garden
Creating a Colonial Garden - Articles Articles

Creating a Colonial Garden

Kathy Kelley, Ph.D.

Certain design elements found in modern gardens have been adapted from colonial gardens of the past. More
Growing Herbs Indoors
Growing Herbs Indoors - Articles Articles

Growing Herbs Indoors

Elsa Sanchez, Ph.D., Kathy Kelley, Ph.D.

Herbs make a great addition to a garden, but they can also be grown indoors as year-round houseplants or just during the winter months to protect tender herbs such as rosemary or basil. More
White-tailed deer fawn
Deer-Resistant Plants - Articles Articles
Listing of flower garden plants (and some choice woody plants) that are categorized by type of garden and resistance to deer. More
Dividing Perennials
Dividing Perennials - Articles Articles

Dividing Perennials

Constance Schmotzer

A certain amount of time and energy is required to create and maintain a visually appealing perennial garden. Results obtained from dividing perennials are well worth the time invested. More
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