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Broom - Wikipedia

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Genisteae is a tribe of trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants in the subfamily Faboideae of the ... It is known in much of the pacific northwest as Scotch broom.

How to Transplant a Broom Bush | Home Guides | SF Gate

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Fall is the best time to transplant broom, so it has the entire winter and spring to ... Ideas for Planting Lena Scotch Broom · Information on Scotch Broom Shrub.

Scotch Broom Maintenance – Tips On Pruning A Scotch Broom Shrub

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Jun 24, 2015 ... Pruning a scotch broom shrub must be done conservatively and at the correct season. Take a look at this article for more information about ...

transplanting - Ecology - Science - Spike's & Jamie's Recipe Collection

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TRANSPLANTING. This project will teach us about transplanting. That is moving plants from one place to the other. For example, if you planted a Scotch Broom ...

Brooms Management Guidelines--UC IPM

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Brooms are a group of shrubs introduced into North America from Europe in the mid-1800s. The four most common species are Scotch broom (Cytisus ...

Scotch Broom - GardenWeb

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Mar 17, 2005 ... Should Scotch Broom be cut back hard (like butterly bush) in spring to get ... I can see why you'd want to replant them every few years if you ...

Varieties of Scotch Broom | eHow

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Varieties of Scotch Broom. Scotch broom is a deciduous shrub that has multiple varieties, each with their own unique growing habit. Scotch broom are ...

(Scots) Broom - Invasive.Org

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Scotch or Scots broom: Cytisus scoparius, also referred to as ..... dense or providing significant erosion control, aggressively replant with a mixture of native  ...

Broom - Herbs2000.com

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Description of broom, its habitat, medicinal uses, and other useful tips. ... Broom Flowers; Broom Tops; Common Broom; Genista; Irish Broom; Link; Scotch Broom .... Ideally, you should transplant them outdoors in the latter part of the summer, ...

Need some advice-Scotch Broom - GardenWeb

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May 21, 2005 ... same problem as sally, looks dead after a late summer transplant (about ... I learned that Scotch Broom is actually considered highly invasive in ...

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Transplanting Scotch Broom - Ask an Expert

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Jul 27, 2016 ... We are moving locally and would like to take our scotch broom with us. We live in Buffalo NY. Can you give us a plan to transplant?

Scotch Broom, Broomtops, Common Broom, European Broom, Irish ...

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We planted a Scotch Broom in our yard on Cape Cod. We recently transplanted it because it was not doing as well as we hoped. It does flower every year, and ...

CYTISUS scoparius 'Burkwoodii' - Learn2Grow

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Scotch broom selection 'Burkwoodii' is very drought tolerant and excels in a well- drained sandy soil, although heavier soils curtail self-seeding. Plant as a ...