Lily, lo­tus plants need warm wa­ter to flour­ish

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bloom bet­ter when they are crowded in the pot, so do not re­plant them for sev­eral years at a time. Wa­ter lilies tend to stop flow­er­ing as they be­come over­crowded.

Are dull blades to blame for brown lawn?

Ques­tion: I no­ticed that my lawn has a brown­ish tinge to it. When I pulled some of the blades and looked at them, I no­ticed that the top edges were all frayed and brown while the rest of the leaves were nice and green. I have rab­bits in my yard. Could they be do­ing this?

An­swer: Your prob­lem is much sim­pler than rab­bits. Your lawn mower blade is dull. In­stead of mak­ing a

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