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The Garden Lady July 19th HOUR 1

Jul 20, 2015|

The Garden Lady airs every Saturday on WRKO from 1-3 p.m. Host C.L. Fornari covers a variety of gardening and landscaping topics, discusses her favorite plants and answers all of your gardening questions. Regular segments include "From Yard to Table," "Welcome to the Garden" and "Have I Got a Plant for You!"

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Welcome to the garden leaning on WRKO. Join the show like 6172666868. Well 2 garden lady I am the garden variety I am the alpha sorry. And am I out of control plant person who's here to talk with you every Saturday from one to three. About landscapes lions houseplants flowers homegrown. Veggies shrubs and trees. We are here to talk about it and we always start out with welcome to the garden party. What's happening with plants and gardening right now. Am right now it's time to get hit you or roses. At this time of year in July most of the roses have gone by and it's time to cut off those flowers. Because that removes the developing seats and promotes new growth. And prompts the roses to bloom again. So what you want to do is just go out there and clip off the old flowers and others and. Old garden man it's one of the ones I addressed in my latest book old garden myth about making the cut about a set of five leaflet. And we've been out for years capturing leaflets on our roses and it turns out it's absolutely on necessary. Roses and rose areas people who are professionals in the rose world have long said that that's not necessary just chopped off. The extent roses right underneath where they grow and that's what you need to do. So you can go out there hedge Trimmer issue go out there with prisoners you grow up there. With an electric Schering tool and offer their heads. Get them cleaned up the same time in Egypt scams take those off to. Am and keep your roses so little bit of fertilizer when you're using an organic product like roast knows. Or synthetic product watered them well give them some fertilizer man that will prompt new growth. 6172666868. Let's go to 11. Amp Tom Karen Karen welcome to the garden. I think you have you I am well Karen what's happening. I have I have yellow spots on my to come believe should. Okay. And are they just getting spotted or they starting to wilt to. You know they just spotted right now. Okay well it could be a couple of things yellow spots could be there might be sucking insect at work that can sometimes cause Ellis I think cucumbers waves. It might be a gulf situation. Which can also cause yellow spots it's a fungal situation that usually. The spots will develop a little black center. Or it could be the beginning of cucumber wilt which is a more problematic situation. And Cuba will to spread by the little cucumber beetles. OK so right now here's the thing that you should do are are there some leaves that are really spotted or it is just a little bit of. Now this dip dip it's it's got a lot on them okay the whole play. No no you're just. Just certain certain lead and they seem to be like on the bottom. Okay all right well what I would the first thing I would do that this might play accurate it's like clip off those please OK okay. Because they've got yellow spots on them they're not as vital and healthy anyway. All right and so you might as well get rid of them that number one if it is a fungal situations that will. You know get rid of the spores from those leave so that's hopeful. Number two it'll help you to determine better if it's still going on or not. Okay. The second thing I would do is be sure that whenever possible if your watering not to water the foliage now. If you're watering with an overhead spring color no can't help. I try and go underneath believes the. If you're going underneath that leaves and that's scientist Ryan you know get those sweat that's how people. And and I might if you haven't fertilized those plants recently. You might want to give them a little bit of their efficiency emotion here and organic Gartner or are. This synthetic fertilizer your choice just to help promote the new growth. And then it would monitor if it seems to be spread. If use you know insect activity. And yes see. At each. Is not real. Eat cucumber wilt because the college world. You know that call for not that it it will have a itself so if they're not real thing and you don't see an insect activity. You might want a spray it with one of the organic fungicide. And Erin Nader Kennedy to Alter. You can go to your local art center. And ask for organic. Labels for vegetables. And see what happens if you wilt and it's cucumber well there's nothing about it. All right. I don't see any will just so let's that they don't. Let's hope they don't click the sleeves off that'll make it easier to monitor thank you very much appreciate it let alone you know half thank you have a great weekend. Let's go to Paul on line five. Well welcome to the garden late. Hello this is false and I can just Billy is somehow it just kind of went live but yet on my iPhone to new MER I. I can hear you just fine how. Now I'm. I have rose of Sharon and pressure I put them in and I know they blow up beautifully but I'm not sure about whether or not they should. Put them up like most flowers should put the cut them back captivate flower the guys who that I should leave little. Well here's the thing popped many rose of Sharon not all of them but many of them self seat around the garden. And nodded and isolate but in day. Oh good grief I have to pull up all these seedlings way and now. And if you don't want to be weaving those seedlings I have found the best thing to do is after they're finished flowering. And when that got those greens seed pods on true. You can just clipped the whole scene pots off and it even cut back the stems about five or six inches. And that does two things that prudence them for the next year. And helps to create a bushy shrub. And you get rid of the seats that they don't. Spreading your card you just great so you get two for one. Okay. Yeah that's why one other question regarding him invasive rude in my committed. Mr. criticized. Like I keep pulling out these things are about maybe Ford eighteen inches high yeah red ruled on it what in the world we just. Well if they're kind of Orange fruits and I and our it leaves on these plants. Do you have the plants coming up at the garden just roots. No no no I have the plants still but I just. There it's probably oriental bittersweet. But we. Yeah well with with trying to out rally dish kinda believes yes such that's oriental bittersweet yup they're terrible aren't saying. It's going to see it as an invasive plant period. And I'm constantly pulling them up in my yard. Yeah I have my sympathy and unfortunately I have no easy solution for it because the birds eat seeds in the wild and and they pull Mulder this. Without a. On them on screen does that actually keep the weeds there is that kind of a joke. Well it's not a joke here's here's my take on screen and it is a pre emergent meaning it doesn't. Kill the current wave that's right it prevents weed seeds from Germany. And so it's most effective when applied in the spring. About the same time that the force at the blooms are slightly later okay. The only thing you need to know about creator and anyone using it. Is you need to read the label carefully. On the label it lists some plants that don't like pre OK and so there are some plants that that. You know don't do well and it says so right at the labels so you know what to avoid. And the other thing that you need to know is to use it at the rate recommended because it's too much. Will hurt your existing plants so this would be got so you gotta be careful to not put too much on. And to use that you know to avoid those plants that they'd tell you that label. Are compatible. We're glad you finally admitted to the radio because frankly I just looked video. I'm delighted that you're glad somebody on there with a gut moves. Q I am delighted to be here with all that well. Or if you have a wonderful weekend. It is great to be here on WRK. Oh talking plants and gardening with all of you. Give me a column let me know what's your on your garden mine 617. 2666868. My website by the way is guard lady dot com and to my contact information is there are so. And you of course can contact me at WRKO. Upside. So if you have a question during the weekend. You can't wait for the weekend said that to me if I halftime during the week I respond by email but sometimes get a little backed up. Asked if I am backed up with too many emails I will answer those emails on that there. And let me do one right now which is Wendy sent me an email last week. Asking if she could plant the milk wheat. For the monarchs and when you absolutely can't here's the thing. It's it's very difficult to find the common milk wheat plants with a purple flower in the garden designers there are places you can by the exceed. But the seed needs a chilly period. However monarchs also Japan and can't use an end speed on. The butterfly weed milk we that you could find that many garden centers or I would look for butterfly weed and scorpions to Derosa. Which has the orange flower luckily plant I would look at four at your local arts. Let's go to line one and talk to Marie. Marie welcome to look at our lady hi how do I am well Marie what's happening. Well human nice enough to answering email that I sent this week about some foundation planned. End. At that time we talked about. I Andromeda. And the foxwoods and Hewitt suggested that. So it's really weren't. Good for me to have and then I should check with you on the radio so. I have a couple of questions what do you think about holly. I'm not holly holly is a lovely plant and did you have full sun is that what we know Andromeda sun Yuxi that's policy and drug it is more prone to. Lace that problems when it's in full sun and that's why act counsel you against that. Aunt and fox would hand if that's not in a real protective location get a fair amount of winter damage. So Holly's our lovely plants. And some of them get larger than others that he need to look for an appropriate. Variety that will work size wise in your foundation planting. But but colleagues will do well in full sun Holly's very well it's a site that's question and it's I have. A huge hummingbirds summarize sweet. That aside I might move from my for any ill gotten input it. At the foundation is that a potential that it will that do well in full time. It's a little bit. Mid summer to move that classic rock I would wait until fall or next spring. OK and and it will do fine I have hummingbird class in full sun and it does fine bay plethora also does very well and shaded part shade that. It does as long as it's getting water to adequately at this line handfuls. Okay that would move I'd I'd wait until fall to move that Ali. And then my last question is. Phillip got Somali that is going to go in there I'm incredible feat. Hummingbirds Summers. Sweets they asked and I have. But vary anything else that you might and I got up we talked via email. About the red tweak hello. I'm any other suggestions. Plants in my. Yeah well how do you and it's something that stays shore. I'm no I don't tackle who entry fees would be going. Three feet short in the world plants that's your magic carpets by Maria. Magic carpets I read it has yellow foliage pink flowers stays short it's tough plant lots fool's on you can't kill. Okay. You're okay. Thank you so much you're welcome let's talk to Bob goes online. Bob welcome to the garden lady. Thank you very much that you take my question. I have green giant apple parties. We actually tomorrow or we give a little bit of pop art. I put in accordance well well and I ten of them are doing great. Global. Our. Literally turned all grown in the senate. And I om the world that it doing fine wrote about what they've been in now yeah. OK you know what up. Since this is gonna take a little while we have to go to break so hang on we will get right back Q after the break and I don't wanna get your short shrift but these green giant so. Grant giants deserve Korean attention went will get back to Bob. In just a minute on WRKO. Thank your. This is at our lady on WR KL I'm C Alfred IRA and we are talking about landscapes lines houseplants flowers homegrown veggies shrubs and trees were talking. To Bob about his twelfth green giant. So let me ask you this spot by the tooth or getting brown on the inside are they together or separate. Now a separate there're actually want is. Probably true well it it's it's true apple bodies off the end. And the other one at that the opposite end of the. Okay. And I'm Howard they've been water. I what I did learn so I I I gotta strip close and I. Taken you so it would propose every. Two of the three day. Okay and and it's so the ones that are turning brown they're not at the end that the proposed or. No 101 of them actually in the probably about five feet from the middle of the proposed and this one. Is that. Well it's actually one bush away from the end of the triple. A current one or shall I write so that so they're probably getting the same water as the other plants right. Out because sometimes at a plant is at the end of it proposes not getting enough water that sounds like this is not the issue here. How out and I shade or they are they in the same sun and changes the other plants. Yeah what I think happened when they kept deliberately bought it from a local nursery. It got tossed around pretty good yeah out. It was so I know so little damage to spell. Out go one that was you know pretty to push him from. From here this problem and there are it's similar Borough. So it's basically got a streak right separate that will be come back or I caught the yeah it would now. Definitely kept at it without. Our varieties don't produce growth from from. It's him or from bear what let me ask this how lot of that place. Okay seconds all right well and where these balled and burlap plants where they container. Okay. That's good well it could be there it's that these two plants that have Browning are still suffering from. You know whatever. Trauma they experienced when they win so that's one possibility. Is that you grow on them looking good. I view it in its markets. It's more prevalent. The other other apple by eighty. But there is something wrong and you know what what light green in mature turn for the darker green start out. Well OK but it just nod is. It's he you can solve a problem. Not not as cigarettes are well here's the two or three things that I would too if these are my plants its number one. I would I would panic get underneath them and look at the base of the trunk and all around the trunk to be sure that there aren't any. Wounds that that you haven't noticed it to the trunk itself. And because it's a fact trunk of a plant has gotten wounded either through the plant to process. Or because my house has nibbled on it during the winter or you know any number of ways that a tree trunk can't can't harm. Then of course it can't carry. The water and nutrients up to the top of the plant as efficiently. And so sometimes that is the reason that we see a plant kind of have the failure to thrive so I look for that. Because if you've seen a lot of wounds on the base at the plant it you know sometimes plants that they try and hold on even though they are wounded that way. And it may be that you're trying to get our heads going here for your pool. You may if their wounded end and have a lot of damage it might be that percentage play to I'd try you know replaced goes okay. If you don't see a lot of loans on those plants and and they look at the bar called looks okay underneath. What I would do with these are my plants shut down a bag compost and manure around each one of those plants. And spread it out all under the drip line maybe give it a little holly tone as well. Ads and then. I'd probably. Instead of watering of plants every two or three days that probably watered them. For a longer period of time every you know four or five days okay. And and then see if that helps if that perked them up eight compost manure immediately work wonders. Four plants that are not diseased not you know wounded not. Really ill it anyway but just aren't rising. So you might as well give that a shot and see how that goes but if you didn't see wounds on the trunk is you look. More closely. Inside these plants it might be better off to replace them. Occurred so your recommendation to take out that's an upper ridge. That is all that external growth. That's right Andy brown and he did what first of all that'll help you monitor whether the plant is still failing or not right. And number two they don't put out greens are provide is don't put that green growth from brown branches and so it'll it'll improve to look at the plan just to get rid of that. All right very. Right you'll have a wonderful weekend let's go to line three and we will talk with picky picky welcome to the garden lady. High pick it what's happening. He had to Craig drink it problem. One that Aaron is you know the hydrate declared its wallet app really large. And it's not pitching well or any attempt to do while it may agree or four years. Yeah I'd take it but why. Pick it just let me ask you this is that the kind of quicker Egypt is supposed to have blue or pink flowers on it. OPEC well I think and and do you live south of Boston or north bussed in north bought a pack. Your problem is that these plants that their flower buds the year before. And if it goes into single digits or below zero that zaps those flower sides and you want your flowers next year. So guess what happened the past two winters right. Roast those but Scott Stapp now your choice is you could. Buildup put steaks and end. Burlap wind screen around that plant and then fill the inside with you know Hague or or something to protect the plant. Or you could dig the plant up and put it in a pot and bring that pod into an unheated garage for the winter. All right and just be sure that you never kept the sticks down. Because because if you cut the sticks down cut off the flowers for the next year. Right. OK now I bought this fact and I bought another high drink it ran. Its year. And I. Added two. Maybe from the flowers it's got its true goal scorer so now I planted it it. It is catching a ground flowers. Well I if you wanted to this year you could you can kind of stake it I put a state kind of toward the middle of the plan. And then run some wine out around people pulled a flower shop. Never wrapped the twine right around this scam but just pull it up gently. And for this year while the plant as young and you couldn't do that once the plant gets older and firmer you won't have to do that anymore. Oh. Barry you're welcome give them a little holly tone may be a little compost manure that they will be happy plants. We are going to have to take a break. But when we come back more phone calls 6172666868. Times the garden ladies elf and Ari. And this is WRK. Welcome back to the dark. Lately I've see a scenario we are here every Saturday from one to re talking about landscapes blondes houseplants flowers. Homegrown veggies shrubs and trees. The number that you can call to join me in is 617. 2666868. And we are going right to outline for. To talk with else also welcome to the Gartner. Hello. Also what's happening. We can't recently moved to this new house where it is in fact that it. Japanese. We I'm so sorry. Curious how you're your take on how to get rid of that. Well I mean I'm one of the best things that you can do frankly is to have some landscaper common with a machine and scoop it up in now. Dig it out to get out because. It's. First of all it's very hard to fight. In terms of you know herbicides. And there's certainly is no organic. Now you can you can try hand digging up but that's going to be a real job right. And it sometimes is the way to treat an invasive plant like this is to just you know bring in the big guns and higher landscaper to bring in up. A bobcat and scoop it out and take it away and they're gonna have to dispose of it properly so that they don't spread the problem someplace else. Sorrow you can get an estimate to see what what it would constitute that. For those people who are spreading. Who decide to spray herbicide on this plant. These are consensus is that the time to spray it is when it starts to come into flour. Which is coming up. Fairly soon. And so that's the time to spread it. No matter which approach you take else. Once you get rid of it you're gonna have to always be on the lookout for a little sprouts and it will continue to pop up. And the reason is of course you've had several. You know here is of seeds falling on this property. And you know the reality is that most seats remain viable for fifty years or more. And yeah and sell when the conditions are right in terms of moisture and sunrise. Those seats are going to Germany and you're gonna have to constantly be on your guard. And every time you see you know learn to recognize the shoots as they come up but every time you see one get out the shovel and dig it up. And and throw it out because. It it will it will certainly re occur. Yeah now somebody had. Suggested. Actually planting grass that it doesn't go through rap. Now that's wrong I am Japanese not played as a plant it can take over the world ex pats state. Don't know what the play it will out compete other plants. Well it it will outcome he graphs are completed desirable plan it allowed. You know I if I had to bet on whether it or English ivy that wins the battle of the thugs. I think I'd put my money on Japanese that we need to FA even though they're both. Dark. So. And at particularly. It do you have growing and damp places or is it just everywhere. Yes this Wear wearing conservation wetlands so. Well if you heard conservation and inaccurate it was straight with an herbicide. Because those herbicides are toxic to acquire life. So you're gonna have to do it now. And then your going to you know constantly if it's if it's next door on conservation land. You know you might talk to your local conservation folks if they have. An eradication. Program. That could help you out getting rid of it you know in the adjacent area. They know it's a problem they don't like it anymore than you do and you know may be together that worked cities which you could you'd get rid of OK am I don't have any easy answers. All right but. But I think kicking it out as probably the way to go 617. 266686. If you like to open time to get. Email last week from Sam asked me. About his potent tiller shroud shroud as well hopefuls and has got a nice little Q round flowers it's either curry yellow or white. Had he said it was nice to act when I've audit and now it's all square actually am in. Well what can I do lets them first volley and a mixture that potent Shura is split it dutiful son because that's. You know they do need full sun second call you wanna be shared approved that fairly. Aggressively every year. What I would do this were my plan would be cut it back in the spring up by about 13. Now if you didn't do that this year. I clap and chop this weekend to go out ahead streamers. And you know really chop back because he got a whole rest of summer left. Probably wouldn't do it in August but right now in July I think you get away with chop it back stale. A little fertilizer. You know water once a week to make sure that you're promoting new growth. And I think it's taken out and then get in the practice from now wants them. Pruning that plan back. In early spring sometime in April and you can cut a half off. 617. 266686. Day let's talk about from art to table what you want to beat two. Patched card right now. And in your vegetable garden. To do what I've been doing all week which is giving this to me. Shot fish. Emulsion. If you're organic gardener. Or another liquid organic product if you got hard on yourself. It's good to. Go without it however at this point in the summer because there usually a store. And fish emulsion is organic fertilizers it's available. There. Quickly. So. That's a good summer fees for tomato plants. Plants here. Pretty hungry Plante so. Nutrition. That's like one and talk to me gently welcome to our eighty. Think you know. I got a problem with my front lawn I'm in the mobile home. And I've got a section that's probably. Twelve. Maybe eight. I had this type proceeded. Only because they brought in more mobile homes in the whole front end was damaged ends and the right in the company as they Hydro seeded. I'd have to play. Now what it is so loaded with. I get crab grass as some kind of. It could be crabgrass problem is now in this time of the year progresses exploding. Well here's the are you. Are you able to weed crabgrass can go out there you know Kent hit a lot of credit. So much. Yeah we. That. Twelfth by each section. He could get it you know weeded what I might do if this were my property is. I might view the polling of that crabgrass has agreed cocktail hour activity. And go out my. Are you. That single person or you have a partner and I am a senior in new pro. Catherine targeted. I thought it got any grandchildren that you could patent that vital okay. Yeah yeah what well here's the the court to about crabgrass is that it's an annual plan okay. And so the crab grass is growing they're now will not be back next year. No but. That spot crabgrass is that the seats will fall. And sell it unless you use a pre emergent or that side. The seeds are going to Germany next year so. If you are unable to hold it crabgrass this year you know and get rid of it which would be the ideal. If you're able to do that. Then what I would do is just be sure that you mark your calendar in April of next year. To put down a pre emergent product from your garden center. That will prevent disease that have fallen this year from Germany next year. Why would have to wait and actually that's right you have to wait till next year. Because it and it's an annual plant it'll die in the fall when it turns brown and kinda ugly in the fall but there ago you know. But. But if if you're really able to pull it out that the percentage. Just to treat for next year. What the name of product that I would it it's called a hurry a merchant. Pre merchant so before. So in other words it prevents the crabgrass from emerge so pre emergent. Herbicide and if you just go into your local guards that are in April. And you say I need a pre emergent. Fork to create treat for crabgrass that you direct. We're right to read. I should I wouldn't. Maureen you are what well. Just I don't believe this step. Fertilizers. Treat crabgrass that's already there they usually treat broccoli please not crowd. But you can read it in. Particular break Jeannie appreciate your cop. When we come back we will speak which ever one is on the line but right now we're taking a break on the garden lately and that's WR. Welcome back to the dark lady and I see alpha sorry. And it is my great pleasure to be here with you every Saturday afternoon from one. Three as we talk about plans. Cartons. York landscape. Let's go right to life science and talk with Mary Mary welcome to the garden variety. Mary. I won't be. It really well how Google I paint I think weren't diving as well don't mind that. Hit it yeah I'm excited. And it grows bush isn't the only. Okay is our is it up against the building it that way the builder watch it. Well I don't think you appreciate what I. In god if. How well. Well it's it's you're property the builders right so. App and if the builder is asking you to carry it up because he needs access. Then it might you know paint to accommodate him by just. Popping some of those plants out putting them in large containers and move themselves to another part of the property while he's working okay. If it's just expressing an opinion that is like and it's not in his way. Well then you know thank him for its opinion and ignore the. Well I have been putting pressure on me so I kept her out of he told me that I am asking what I think I grant special and I know. I it did go up better. She can you can and asked if the work is going to start fairly soon I would just go ahead and dig them up and get as much of of the roots as possible. And rape plant them if there's a place that you can replanted them where thickens today that's fine but if you have to park them some place. Temporarily. And all that's okay too of course that rose bushes will experience some wilting and died back being moved in the middle of the summer. However they should still stay alive and sell. On just be sure and you know bought them from one place to the other one day they'll lead them you know out in the open with their roots dry. Can't water them really well after you move them and why did really well about every three days after you moved them. Today keep them in as good a shape as plus. Okay okay yeah there's definitely hope for saving them I've I've moved many plants in the heat of the summer. And the key is just watering them really well after you do it and giving it much you can. I appreciate your car let's go to my pre. And talk with Claire Claire welcome to the garden variety. Thank you for taking my call I have a red maple tree in the front of my house. And dumb about two years ago I you know addition of this scale elected spray our. And I can't term you know investigation online and everything points to replace the tree. But I did last year and this year was fertilizer sticks around that. And I'm most of the bridge the rebel so it does its debt. But it didn't notice a couple of weeks back this summer but not that many and they seem to have died all oh. Whether it's why reality. It. Well it sounds to me is that leaves it in the attempts to come back this summer. But then wizard it sounds to me like the plant has gone. You know the reality about trees where is that. They often make up their minds what they're going to live or die you know against everything that we may want or try or Q. And sometimes treat Wilson five against all odds. And other times. Even a week jumped through all kinds of cool sin and perhaps certified are terrorists in tree surgeons in everything else sometimes they die anyway you know. And and so I would say if that plant now has those beliefs have tripled and it's not putting out of foliage I would say. You know it's been great things are coming but now it's time to move on. No well it. That's too late in the season to plants another rip off. It is not I'm not sure do you know why that when diet. I notice that the subject yet that we have been in this particular all I did notice service at the scale. And I I was assuming that. That was what are stuck in sight to try spraying everybody that's had its fertilizer like I don't know that I don't know what's got. Yup because you know if it was a disease situation and you wouldn't wanna put us another red maple write in that spot. Is do you have another another place and they are that you could play at a red means. Could I do so could you could see. You know saying aren't rich in eagle. Yes absolutely. What I would do the percentage play not knowing. Exactly what went on with that trees at your fairly new to the property. The percentage play would be to plant another red maple. You know five to ten feet away from that spot. Take that tree down and you know either restore lawn and that area or eventually create a bet to put some other shrubs of some sort there. Okay. Oh and then I would then you know that you're giving your new red maple the best shot at life that they can half. So much. Yeah well welcome where you know we did talk a little bit I think it was last week or maybe it was the week before about how. It's absolutely fine to plant plants in July you know. The key of course is still water if it gets really hot water them a little more frequently. They key is to water them deeply because any way you put in the ground right now. We will have a root systems that is as deep as the pot or as deep as that ball the ball number leapt. And I am as a results. You know you need to be sure that you're soaking that entire root ball when you waters so. Many irrigation systems are set out to stoke the soil down twelve to fourteen inches every time. Takeaway and so that's where you're at what appealed. Extra attention. To a new leaf plant to plant to make sure that you are not only getting that root ball well saturated that your off so. Saturating the area right around that ball so that. The roots can roll into the soil successfully for the rest of the summertime so. Oh and when you get a plan put in place at this time of the year. It either to put a soaker hose coil around under the drip line of the plant. Or two. Put a sprinkler there and turn them sprinkler on our you know two to three hours once a week. In addition to whatever arm your ancient that you're doing so you know we're giving that plan to do good so. We have to take a break at the top of the hour now that I will be back with another whole hour of your phone calls to 617. 2666868. I'm the garden lately and this is W arcade. Pain. It's.