June 18, 2021
https://theplantsync.com/steadfast-plants-llc-2Heuchera, commonly called Coral Bells or Alumroot, is a genus of more than 40 species in the Saxifragaceae family.
For the past few weeks there has been an ivasion of brown "moths" in Iowa! Roadways and yards have been covered; they are also landing on people. Everyone is asking, what is going on?!
Over the past several weeks, we’ve received reports (and photos) showing long strips of bark peeling away from the trunks of trees and other instances where bark appears to split or burst as if it were under pressure.
"Cankerworm Curtain" is a term used to describe what happens when thousands or tens-of-thousands of spring cankerworm caterpillars hang from trees on silk strands.
Drought and dry weather may be interfering with the development and survival of lightningbugs, also known as fireflies.
Iowa State Extension and Outreach recently welcomed a new field specialist focusing on commercial vegetable and specialty crops.
The recent warm weather has many people wondering if they need to water their lawns to combat the dry conditions.
Gorgone checkerspot caterpillars were reported this spring defoliating black-eyed Susans and coneflowers.