Protect vulnerable wall shrubs of borderline hardiness
with a semi-circle of fine mesh, filling the gaps with straw.
And yet, in our own gardens, the peculiarities of micro-climates, plant hardiness
, frost pockets and much, much more still seem to a mystery to most people.
The hybrids can produce a tree with the hardiness
range of the catalpa and with the more colorful flowers and shorter stature of the chilopsis--a good candidate, therefore, for street plantings.
The biological tests use a harmless spore that has the same hardiness
characteristics as biological agents such as anthrax.
Increasing oats' winter hardiness
could one day allow farmers as far north as Pennsylvania and Ohio to grow winter oats.
Because of this hardiness
, the bacterium can persist in a person's body for years.
should stand him in good stead when it comes to more testing competitions and he is most definitely one for the notebook.
Geordies have long been famed for hitting the town with no apparent need for a warm coat in winter, but now scientists want to find out if their hardiness
is anything more than a myth.
From small color drawings of plants and seeds to descriptions which include hardiness
zones, use, varieties and more, it's easy to see why SUNSET WESTERN GARDEN BOOK has become the reference 'bible' for any Western gardener and for any library catering to them.
Protect newly-planted shrubs and those of borderline hardiness
by covering them with insulating material such as horticultural fleece or straw.
Mr Rennie, a technical director with CSC Crop Care, says Swedish growers prize winter hardiness
above all other qualities when choosing what to plant.
The guide includes tips by innovative home gardeners, color photographs, resources, and the USDA plant hardiness