“Buckeye Yard and Garden Line (BYGL)” July 17 1997 Jim Chatfield & Pam Bennett Ohio State University Extension What is BGYL? Why was BYGL started? How is BYGL made timely? How is BYGL sent out to users? What is BYG onLine? What does an anctual BYGL item look like?
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Jim Chatfield & Pam Bennett
Ohio State University Extension
Why was BYGL started?
How is BYGL made timely?
How is BYGL sent out to users?
What is BYG onLine?
What does an anctual BYGL item
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- Ohio garden center owner
“FORSYTHIA BLOOM. By now everyone is weary of the saga of forsythia blooming only below the insulating snowline due to flower bud death during the January freeze (BYGL 94-1). Occasionally someone calls and mentions that their forsythia is in full bloom, all the way to the top of the plant. What gives? It’s not wishful thinking--perhaps they simply have one of the forsythia cultivars with more winter-hardy flower buds.
“Chuck Behnke reports that the Meadowlark cultivar is in full bloom in Medina County, and Jim Chatfield saw this cultivar in full glory at Kingwood Center in Mansfield on 4-19. Michael Dirr in his “Manual of Woody Landscape Plants” notes that flower buds on the Meadowlark cultivar are hardy to -35 F. Chatfield’s nurserywoman sister-in-law Jane also reports that the forsythia cultivar Northern Sun is in full bloom in chilly Maine.”