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Rosemary is in bloom for bees and other pollinators who need nectar this winter.

Ask Gardenerd – What’s a Spittlebug?

A fun question came into Ask Gardenerd this week from Janet Lally. She asks, "This morning I found my rosemary had blobs of white foam on the ends of some branches. I had pruned the rosemary yesterday. What is it? --Janet Lally"

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Meyer lemons

Ask Gardenerd: Rootstock Fruit on Citrus

Every once in awhile we get a question or comment from a fruit gardener that their citrus fruit tastes terrible. This week, Paul Marini wrote in to Ask Gardenerd with a different question that is related: "I know the Meyer lemon tree is a combination of lemon and mandarin orange. I am pretty sure there are orange branches growing out of the bottom half [of my tree]. Is it OK to leave them on, or should I cut them off?"

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Red Wiggler worms in a worm bin. You can apply Diatomaceous earth to keep fruit flies away without harming worms.

Ask Gardenerd: Where Do I Get Worms?

We get questions like this one from Esther Lumer a lot: "Where do I buy worms to revive my compost bins?" The answer varies depending on what kind of compost bin you have, and depending on your goals. Let's explore.

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