Nancy Rose

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Nancy Rose is a horticulturist with the University of Minnesota Extension. To ask her a gardening question, call 612-673-9073 and leave a message. She will answer questions in this column only

Recent content from Nancy Rose

Add some ferment to your garden with vintage vinery

Looking for some plants that can provide fascinating foliage, beautiful flowers, showy fruit and can quickly cover the rusting remains...

Updated: August 21, 2002, - 11:00 PM

Corn smut thrives in hot, rainy weather

QI grew sweet corn this summer and most of it was fine, but several ears were oddly malformed. These ears...

Updated: July 11, 2002, - 11:00 PM

What to do when the bloom is off the daisies

QI bought some annual flowers that were called Passion cape daisies. They had nice lavender and pink flowers after...

Updated: July 10, 2002, - 11:00 PM

Strange clusters on pine trees are male flowering structures

QI've noticed some strange growths on the branches of my pine tree. There are clusters of a dozen or...

Updated: July 03, 2002, - 11:00 PM

Gardening: Clay soil needs to be amended to grow cover well

QThe west side of my back yard is a hill of very heavy clay soil. Turf grass will not...

Updated: June 12, 2002, - 11:00 PM

Let's hear some shouts for home-grown Brussels sprouts!

Before you wrinkle your nose and say "Eeewwww!," let me ask you this: Have you ever tasted...

Updated: May 29, 2002, - 11:00 PM

Do Gerbera daisies love us ... or not?

QI love gerbera daisies in floral arrangements. Can these be grown outdoors here? Are they annual or perennial?AGerbera daisy (Gerbera...

Updated: May 22, 2002, - 11:00 PM

White flowers make a stunning evening garden

QI want to make an evening garden with mostly white flowers. Can you recommend some white annual flowers that...

Updated: April 24, 2002, - 11:00 PM

Container gardeners are limited to spring-planting garlic

QI garden in containers on my garage roof. I planted garlic in a container last fall and I'm wondering...

Updated: April 10, 2002, - 11:00 PM

It's not easy to grow celery in Minnesota

QIs it possible to grow celery in this region?AYes,, but because of its demanding climate requirements, celery is quite...

Updated: March 27, 2002, - 10:00 PM

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