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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.

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.

RecentPosts By Donto101 (311) Posts by members only

Gardeners
5 days ago5d

Posted by Mooolah
LINKAnother popular landscape shrub is headed for Pennsylvania’s banned list
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Gardeners
1 week ago1w

Posted by Jolanta
Cornflowers are gorgeous.
1 comment
Gardeners
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Jolanta
Britain’s favourite plants.
2 comments
Gardeners
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by MizJ
My yellow poinciana tree after the storm.
7 comments
Shared from General & Hellos
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Kurtn
I would like to introduce you to an Australian plant that is part of the Aboriginal Bush Medicine, which gains more and more popularity in Australia and throughout the world. This plant, Pittosporum Phylliraeoides, is more commonly known as Gumby ...
2 comments
Posts
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Kurtn
Living in rented accommodation, I cannot have a garden I cannot restore to a prerental condition. This corner looks somewhat overrun, it is far from that. In order to stop weeds taking over, rocket is sown between the tomato plants. Rocket ...
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Gardeners
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Jolanta
Gorgeous cornflower.
4 comments
Gardeners
4 weeks ago4w

Posted by Fernapple
Its been such an exceptionally warm Autumn this year, that my Alstromaria, Peruvian Lilies, are making new flowers. Yet the gold in the background is the Autumn colour on the Ginkgo tree. The Hollyhocks too are still in flower.
3 comments
Gardeners
Oct 13Oct 13

Posted by FrayedBear
Catching my eye this morning -
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Posts
Oct 10Oct 10

Posted by MsKathleen
I think many will be interested in this. I had several rosemary bushes and lavender at my California home and never had mosquitoes.
3 comments
Gardeners
Oct 10Oct 10

Posted by MsKathleen
I think many will be interested in this. I had several rosemary bushes and lavender at my California home and never had mosquitoes.
2 comments
Gardeners
Oct 7Oct 7

Posted by Jolanta
220 flowers to grow one pineapple.
6 comments
Gardeners
Sep 17Sep 17

Posted by Fernapple
It is a very heavy year for fruit this Autumn. There are huge clusters of berries on my Rowan, ( Sorbus ) and the apples on my Crab Apple, (Malus) are hanging like ropes.
5 comments
Gardeners
Sep 16Sep 16

Posted by glennlab
There is a fervor of birth, sex and metamorphosis going on after our fall storms, I have hundreds of butterflies and hundred of caterpillars feeding on my passion vines. This young lady is still drying her wings getting ready for her few days in the...
2 comments
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Sep 12Sep 12

Posted by MsKathleen
When a nurse takes up gardening…
1 comment
Gardeners
Sep 12Sep 12

Posted by Fernapple
Our local village of Caistor has been putting on a floral display again this year. They even have a special committee to organize it. The results speak for themselves.
7 comments
Gardeners
Sep 12Sep 12

Posted by glennlab
I still have one lotus that is putting out blooms on a regular basis, I hope it continues. This is a night blooming one but with the cooler mornings, they stay open later in the morning.
3 comments
Gardeners
Sep 10Sep 10

Posted by JackPedigo
Interacting with another member I learned something about one of my favorite plants. This is not a tree hugger’s tree. I planted one in my Seattle home and it is now well over 20’. I have one at my present and it is only about 5’. This tree, ...
4 comments
Gardeners
Sep 10Sep 10

Posted by devayoga
Vegetable cultivation from my garden.
4 comments
Posts
Sep 6Sep 6

Posted by Ashleyj1
Goodness 🥵
0 comments
Gardeners
Sep 3Sep 3

Posted by FrostyJim
My plants enjoy their walks...
5 comments
Gardeners
Sep 2Sep 2

Posted by tinkercreek
On a whim a couple months back, I grabbed two “Icebox Watermelon” starts, something I’d never grown. We had So much rain this spring that the garden season was very late, and our Home Depot still had lots of plants available. You can see the ...
2 comments
Gardeners
Aug 28Aug 28

Posted by itsmeagain
My triumphant trumpet vine is quite vibrant this year. This is the first trumpet vine I've had so was unaware of all the lovely permutations the flowers go through. The large pods were a surprise too.
7 comments
Gardeners
Aug 27Aug 27

Posted by devayoga
Vegetables from my garden
6 comments
Gardeners
Aug 24Aug 24

Posted by MsKathleen
Paint rocks red.
7 comments


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Posted by JolantaCornflowers are gorgeous.

Posted by JolantaBritain’s favourite plants.

Posted by MizJMy yellow poinciana tree after the storm.

Posted by KurtnI would like to introduce you to an Australian plant that is part of the Aboriginal Bush Medicine, which gains more and more popularity in Australia and throughout the world.

Posted by KurtnLiving in rented accommodation, I cannot have a garden I cannot restore to a prerental condition.

Posted by KurtnLiving in rented accommodation, I cannot have a garden I cannot restore to a prerental condition.

Posted by JolantaGorgeous cornflower.

Posted by FernappleIts been such an exceptionally warm Autumn this year, that my Alstromaria, Peruvian Lilies, are making new flowers.

Posted by FernappleIts been such an exceptionally warm Autumn this year, that my Alstromaria, Peruvian Lilies, are making new flowers.

Posted by FrayedBearCatching my eye this morning -

Posted by MsKathleenI think many will be interested in this. I had several rosemary bushes and lavender at my California home and never had mosquitoes.

Posted by MsKathleenI think many will be interested in this. I had several rosemary bushes and lavender at my California home and never had mosquitoes.

Posted by Jolanta220 flowers to grow one pineapple.

Posted by FernappleIt is a very heavy year for fruit this Autumn. There are huge clusters of berries on my Rowan, ( Sorbus ) and the apples on my Crab Apple, (Malus) are hanging like ropes.

Posted by FernappleIt is a very heavy year for fruit this Autumn. There are huge clusters of berries on my Rowan, ( Sorbus ) and the apples on my Crab Apple, (Malus) are hanging like ropes.

Posted by glennlabThere is a fervor of birth, sex and metamorphosis going on after our fall storms, I have hundreds of butterflies and hundred of caterpillars feeding on my passion vines.

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