Did Wild LemonTrees Grow in Kentucky in the 1730s?

Answer Lemons were grown in California and Florida in the mid 1700s, but there is no record of lemon trees in Kentucky during this period. Since lemons are very sensitive to cold they cannot survive freez... Read More »

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How to Look for Wild Birds in Kentucky?

Bird watching, or birding, is a relaxing pastime that combines outdoor activity with the allure of a treasure hunt. For bird watchers in Kentucky, state and national parks and their own backyards p... Read More »

Does lemon grass grow in Kentucky?

Lemon grass will not survive outdoors in Kentucky winters. Lemon grass (Cymbopogan citratus) grows year-round in USDA zones 8 through 11. The USDA zones for Kentucky are primarily zones 6a and 6b, ... Read More »

Can I grow Kentucky bluegrass in Hawaii?

You cannot grow Kentucky bluegrass in Hawaii. Bluegrass is a cool season grass, and generally grows as far south and west as North Carolina, Tennessee, northern Arkansas, and the panhandle of Texas... Read More »

How to Grow Sweet Corn in Kentucky?

Corn is one of the most cultivated crops in the world. Farmers and hobby gardeners grow several sweet corn varieties such as silver queen, saturn and legend, to name a few. Sweet corn grows fairly ... Read More »