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June 2008

Aster yellows

Deformed flowers, yellow foliage and stunted growth are classic signs of this disease. Symptoms vary according to the temperature and the age and type of plant.

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Sunny fern facts

Ferns are commonly recommended for shade gardens, but if you’re fond of ferns and don’t have shade, there are some ferns that will tolerate full sun with the right care.

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Iris borer

This pest may be the most dreaded problem for gardeners with iris. It is difficult to know if you’ve got a problem until you see the signs.

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‘Duchess of Edinburgh’ clematis

Here is a situation where more is better – double blooms. ‘Duchess of Edinburgh’ is a clematis with 4- to 6-in.-wide double blooms that open a light shade of green and change to creamy white as they mature.

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Beggarticks

If you, or your pet, have ever brought “stickers” home after walking through a patch of weeds in late summer or early autumn, you’re probably familiar with beggartick seeds.

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