best hydrangeas, browning junipers, birds tapping on windows & more: q&a with ken druse

best hydrangeas, browning junipers, birds tapping on windows & more: q&a with ken druse

YOUR RECENT QUESTIONS ranged from favorite blue hydrangeas to junipers with browning needles; birds tapping incessantly on window glass, and tackling the weed Oxalis or wood sorrel. It’s Urgent Garden Question time, and Ken Druse is back to help answer what listeners asked about. Longtime friend and fellow garden writer Ken is author of many […]

invasive asian jumping worms: a 2019 research update, with brad herrick of uw-madison

invasive asian jumping worms: a 2019 research update, with brad herrick of uw-madison

SO-CALLED CRAZY WORMS or Asian jumping worms, several invasive earthworm species that are spreading alarmingly in many areas and degrading soil and natural habitats, are probably the most common pest question I get from readers and listeners in recent years. Many of you have asked specifically, “How can I stop them?” To find out what […]