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People who enjoy growing their own food. Or taking care of their landscaping and gardens. Let’s try and keep politics to minimum here in this group unless it has something to do with agriculture or affect on planting and growing your own food.

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Continuing the vertical garden/succulent sequence Cute little shop in Gainesville FL. I just went for vietnamese soup and found this lovely shop next door.
Posted by By Zoohome | 4 comments | FL, USA | Last Feb 21, 2019
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MoonTiger just posted a beautiful photo of hanging succulent gardens on some balconies. This one is not as spectacular, but I thought it interesting because it is part of a garden someone was making ...
Posted by By Fernapple | 3 comments | UK | Last Feb 20, 2019
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We have weather moving in again - hope it doesn't hurt everything budding up.... Peach trees, hydrangeas, black berries - my roses are also budding I just didn't get any photos
Posted by By Heidi68 | 8 comments | NC, USA | Last Feb 20, 2019
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We started our spring gardening the other day. Better late then never. We got quite a bit done. And got more done today. Still working on that video. What will y’all be planting this spring? ...
Posted by By Donto101 | 2 comments | Webster, USA | Last Feb 19, 2019
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One of 6 Dragon planters I made of free salvaged redwood and 1/8" oak plywood. Cut 6 dragons at a time in stacked oak ply with $120. Delta electric scroll saw.
Posted by By MoonTiger | 2 comments | Dayton, USA | Last Feb 20, 2019
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Wonderful fashion statement with succulents... Low water requirements a plus!
Posted by By MoonTiger | 12 comments | Dayton, USA | Last Feb 20, 2019
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Just found a new way to grow my chillis, herbs etc in my working flat in Zurich: these bags come ready prepared from Holland. 3 types of chilli, 2 tomatoes, dill, sage, basil, parsley, coriander. ...
Posted by By OwlInASack | 9 comments | Jersey | Last Feb 19, 2019
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So happy to find this group - love growing anything. Can any of you tell me why a rose bush I buy with spectacular blooms will then produce an entirely different bloom the next season? Usually much ...
Posted by By Louiseann | 6 comments | AZ, USA | Last Feb 18, 2019
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Here is a older video that we thought was lost. But was able to recover it. [youtu.be]
Posted by By Donto101 | 1 comments | Webster, USA | Last Feb 18, 2019
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My garden has a wildlife pond, and today I spotted the first frog-spawn of the season, I do not know how the cold blooded creatures do it this early in the year, when there is ice round the pond edges...
Posted by By Fernapple | 11 comments | UK | Last Feb 20, 2019
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Mary Reynolds. It’s Reynolds’ approach to planting that truly sets her apart. She chooses varieties that naturally grow together and doesn’t believe in weeding or breaking up the soil. More ...
Posted by By AstralSmoke | 5 comments | Chattanooga, USA | Last Feb 18, 2019
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I built an impromptu fire pit today and burned a lot of the brush in my garden left over from last year. It all went well and the kids had fun helping. Then we sat and enjoyed the heat because is ...
Posted by By FlippantLlama | 8 comments | Above Your Security Clearance, USA | Last Feb 19, 2019
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My loropetalum is in full bloom! I am still learning when things bloom here, especially things I have not grown before. 😉 [m.facebook.com]
Posted by By MikeInBatonRouge | 11 comments | Baton Rouge, USA | Last Feb 18, 2019
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Some of my favourite moments in the garden. I may have posted these in a previous post so here they are again. Can anyone identify these flowers and the spider? Number 9 is not a paniculata but a ...
Posted by By flower_nut | 7 comments | Canada | Last Feb 17, 2019
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Amy cleaned out the swing set garden to make room for spring planting. And I got a little aggression therapy. [youtu.be]
Posted by By Donto101 | 1 comments | Webster, USA | Last Feb 16, 2019
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My compost heap is underperforming lately, and I want to add a starter/booster. Anyone have a suggestion/favorite?
Posted by By FlippantLlama | 12 comments | Above Your Security Clearance, USA | Last Feb 17, 2019
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We’ve got some rain today in Yuma. Not a lot. IF I had done my planting, I would still need to water. I picked some tomatoes today...amazing, since I haven’t even been out there for about ten ...
Posted by By MissKathleen | 1 comments | Desert, USA | Last Feb 14, 2019
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Guess who just got a job offer from a plant nursery
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Posted by By misternatureboy | 11 comments | Sacramento, USA | Last Feb 15, 2019
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Walmart verse Whole Foods
Posted by By Donto101 | 6 comments | Webster, USA | Last Feb 14, 2019
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Japanese bonsai owners urge thieves to water stolen 400-year-old tree worth $127,700 [abc.net.au]
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Posted by By misternatureboy | 6 comments | Sacramento, USA | Last Feb 12, 2019
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Article on little known facts about roses. (Actually, I already knew some of these, 😉) [gardenista.com]
Posted by By MikeInBatonRouge | 11 comments | Baton Rouge, USA | Last Feb 13, 2019
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This is MORE than alarming! "Insect Apocalypse" predicted by scientists. Folks, let's think very carefully about what we are doing to the environment, especially about chemicals. NIGHTMARE STUDY: ...
Posted by By MikeInBatonRouge | 8 comments | Baton Rouge, USA | Last Feb 11, 2019
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Ok guys we have a lot of members in this group. I have been very busy at work, working on projects around the homestead and trying to grow our YouTube channel. I haven’t been able to give this group...
Posted by By Donto101 | 1 comments | Webster, USA | Last Feb 10, 2019
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We went to a really nice little Homestead and Ag show. Had some great venders and Work Shops. I hope they do more of them. [youtu.be]
Posted by By Donto101 | 2 comments | Webster, USA | Last Feb 11, 2019
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First transplant of Canna & Calla lilies from seed. I was surprised at the depth the roots had grown to.
Posted by By bigpawbullets | 6 comments | Down By The Clear Creek, USA | Last Feb 10, 2019


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