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After the Storm; Garden and Landscape Triage

By B. Rosie Lerner, Extension Consumer Horticulture Specialist

Many Indiana gardens and landscapes suffered serious blows during recent storms which packed torrential rains and high winds. For those looking for advice regarding damage to landscape and garden plants, we offer the following articles.


Waterlogged Vegetable Gardens

Coping with Storm-damaged Trees

Stormy Weather Affects Landscapes and Gardens

After the Flood: Garden and Landscape Plants

Flooding and Trees (PPDL What's Hot)


Purdue Extension Bulletins:

HO-4 Pruning Ornamental Trees and Shrubs PDF (240K)

FNR-FAQ-12-W "Storms and Trees" PDF (117K)

FNR-FAQ-13-W "Why Hire An Arborist?" PDF (168K)

 

 

Last updated: 21 August 2009
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