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I received a phone call late last week from a lady asking why so many “Jack & Jills” were covering the exterior of her all-glass storm door?

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Every year I receive numerous questions about strange, misshapen growths on the leaves of trees. These growths, known as galls, are often the result of certain types of insects depositing eggs on leaves or feeding on leaves.

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Houston-area artist Cevat Bezergenli, 33, on Sunday was in constant motion, shaving a little sand in one place, adding sand in another and climbing his ladder to check his progress as he transformed a large pile of sand on the West End of Galveston into a work of art.

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Last fall, Kevin Lancon, a good friend as well as a Master Gardener volunteer, asked me what I thought about a banana cultivar known as “Ice Cream.” Kevin wanted to know if Ice Cream bananas would perform as well as I have claimed they would.

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Q: The trunk of my pecan tree has several horizontal layers of numerous holes with each layer spaced an inch or two apart with the holes in each layer being rather evenly spaced from each other. What caused the holes?

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Spanish moss has been called picturesque and spooky, but whatever you think of it, Spanish moss draping live oaks and bald cypress contributes much to the look of some southern landscapes.