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posted: 06/17/2017 1:49 a.m. Discuss

Q We spread wild-flowers in the back of our house a few years ago. We had one year that was good but until this year very few. The three that came back are sparse. We need to cut the backyard but would like to do it at the best time to spread the seeds. Can you help? [The reader sent a photo.]

African blood lily is most stunning of all bulbs

posted: 06/17/2017 1:42 a.m. Discuss

The first time I saw the African blood lily was at a flower show in Atlanta. I was stunned at its size and beauty, and I put it on my ever-growing bucket list of must-have flowers. Now thanks to innovative horticulture coordinator Jamie Burghardt, I -- along with the throngs of visitors to the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens -- get to relish in their beauty every year.

IN THE GARDEN

posted: 06/10/2017 1:46 a.m. Discuss

Q My oak tree has some type of insect or disease on it. There are spore-looking spots on the backs of the leaves. The spots are circular flakes on the back of the leaf, but there are also spots, and tiny holes, on the corresponding location on the front. The flakes fall off and have littered the deck beneath the trees. Can you identify them?

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