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IN THE GARDEN

By Janet Carson

This article was published February 24, 2018 at 2:03 a.m.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette hollies illustration.

Crape myrtle bark scale insects are small and easily overlooked until they multiply and damage the shrub.

Q I have two deciduous hollies in my front yard. One has berries and one doesn't. I assume this means one is female and the other male. If I dispose of the male, will the female not have berries in the future?

Crape myrtle bark scale insects are small and easily overlooked until they multiply and damage the shrub.

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