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Shereen, Our hibiscus plants reach 7' or better in the summer time.Just before the first frost we cut back the branches to about half the size of the plant.Mulch the root area at the base. When the forecast calls for freezing temperatures we string commercial Clear Christmas lights (around 200 ...

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Hey i have a bunch of pumpkin plants growing and ...

Sounds like bacterial wilt disease, which is partial to vining crops and which has been the bane of my melon patch this summer as well. Actually it eventually got most of my melons, cukes, and pumpkins since I had them so close together on the same trellis. There's not really much you can apply ...

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No pumpkins on vines, just flowers.

frank....try this....buy a good sized, fine camel hair brush, at your local artist's store. big enough to collect the pollen from the male flowers and transfer pollinate to the female flowers. male/female flowers??? a library book on pollination/stamen/etc will enlighten you. or just collect ...