Are there any diseases we should worry about? They are susceptible to - powdery mildew and alternaria leaf spots, some insects such as Japanese beetles and sometimes slugs, especially the little seedlings, as they are coming up. But on the whole it's an easy plant whether a beginning gardener or a seasoned professional, this is one that should be part of the cut flower repertoire in the garden.
It's Fall, which often means clean up time in our yards and gardens. And that can often increase our exposure to poison ivy and poison oak. How do we best identify these culprits? Here is an informative article about identifying and reducing the exposure and misery from poison ivy and poison oak.
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