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I live in south Louisiana and it's been a year or so experimenting and learning as I go! Keeping beautiful things alive! Making my own compost!
Didn't plant any #zinnia seeds!!! And they are popping up everywhere! #selfseed #septembergarden2017
I planted some last year and found them everywhere this year but where I had planted them! I gathered several up and replanted them in an old decaying stump where they are thriving. @drea0508 @cyndi
They're so cheery
Looks more Pink 😊
What are these spots on the leaves of my zinnias, anyone know please? #zinnias #pink #beforethestorm #augustgarden2017
Looks like rust. My snapdragons get that. "Pick or prune away any affected leaves as soon as you see them. Of course, do this only if there are a small number of sickly leaves. You don’t want to remove too much foliage or you could harm the plant."
"If these good gardening practices aren’t enough to control the rust in your garden, try a product that contains a sulfur or copper fungicide, or use sulfur dust or Neem oil. "
Make sure you disinfect all your tools with a bleach solution.
Great advice...thank you so much!!!! @jennlamaye
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