Resources by Elizabeth Ball
|Plant Propagation from Seed||May 1, 2009||426-001|
|Propagation by Cuttings, Layering and Division||May 1, 2009||426-002|
|Care of Specialty Potted Plants||May 1, 2009||426-101|
|Annuals: Culture and Maintenance||
Annual flowers live only for one growing season, during which they grow, flower, and produce seed, thereby completing their life cycle. Annuals must be set out or seeded every year since they don’t persist. Some varieties will self-sow, or naturally reseed themselves.
|Jan 14, 2015||426-200 (HORT-85P)|
|Flowering Bulbs: Culture and Maintenance||
“Bulbs” is a term loosely used to include corms, tubers, tuberous roots, and rhizomes as well as true bulbs. This publication will refer to all of the above as bulbs. Many vegetables are propagated from or produce edible organs of these types (e.g., tuber, Irish potato; tuberous root, sweet potato; rhizome, Jerusalem artichoke; bulb, onion).
|Jan 21, 2015||426-201(HORT-88P)|
|Planning the Flower Border||
Much of the excitement of creating an herbaceous border lies in its great flexibility of design. In form, placement, and selection of plants, the contemporary border follows few rigid rules and allows fullest expression of the gardener’s taste.
|Jan 14, 2015||426-202 (HORT-87P)|
|Perennials: Culture, Maintenance and Propagation||May 1, 2009||426-203|