Where do boxelder trees grow?

Answer The boxelder is a species of maple tree that grows in waste places, near streams and in valleys with other hardwood species. The geographic range of boxelder extends from southern Alberta in Canada... Read More »

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Bugs That Climb Up Boxelder Trees?

Boxelder trees (Acer negundo L.) are members of the Aceraceae or maple family. Other names for boxelder trees are California boxelder, Western boxelder and ashleaf maple. While these trees are gene... Read More »

Do Boxelder Bugs Like Pine Trees?

Cloaked in red and black and content to munch on boxelders, the western boxelder bug (Boisea rubrolineata) poses little threat to pine trees. Generally speaking, the boxelder bug does very little ... Read More »

In which soil do rice trees and plum trees grow?

The rice plant, which is not a tree but actually a grass, grows best in soil that is tilled and sprinkled with fertilizer such as manure. Plum trees, on the other hand, require soil that is well dr... Read More »

How do I grow bonsai trees from regular trees?

Bonsais are simply miniature trees. Start with a young sapling. Plant your bonsai in a shallow, well-drained container that comfortably fits the spread of the root system. Irrigate your bonsai deep... Read More »