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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.

Posts Tagged "Australia" By Donto101 (311) Posts by members only

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Posted by skado
This year’s cantaloupe, squash, peas, and tomatoes. Not much rain lately. That’s supposed to make the cantaloupe sweeter. We’ll see.
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Gardeners
Aug 25, 2021Aug 2021

Posted by OldGoat43
‘World’s Worst Invasive Weed’ Sold at Many U.S. Garden CentersBanned by federal and state regulators, many invasive plants are still being sold at garden centers, nurseries and online retailers nationwide Homeowners head ...
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Gardeners
Apr 27, 2021Apr 2021

Posted by Triphid
My next attempt for my gardens, a Sturt's Desert Rose. It is a native bush that grows to approx. 8-10 feet in height, like its counterpart it is a Desert plant that hates being over-watered, is as tough as old boot leather, once it has grown, to kill...
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Gardeners
Apr 26, 2021Apr 2021

Posted by Triphid
Decided to plant these yesterday afternoon, a native Australian plant known as Sturt's Desert Peas. Once you get them growing they are prolific flowering plants that can spread out across the ground for about 1 metre in diameter for each plant BUT ...
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Gardeners
Dec 6, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Heathen Gardener Kvetch time! Not to sound negative(though I will), but to share an observation, I have spent a significant chunk of free time over the past couple of years watching various you tube videos on sustainability and permaculture ...
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Gardeners
Sep 12, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by OldGoat43
INTERNATIONAL9/12/2020 Canada's public safety minister said people who are addicted to drugs should not be dealt with by the criminal justice system, but he's refusing to endorse decriminalization. LINK: ...
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Jul 8, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by tinkercreek
I've been fascinated with Dali since visiting an exhibit several years back, a one-time trip to Sydney, Australia, in the old Customs Building by the dock. This, I love:
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Gardeners
Jun 22, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by FrayedBear
Looking for something different from Australia?
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Gardeners
Apr 17, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Triphid
G'day everyone, I'm new to this site. It's pretty darned hard at times to grow a lot of things way out here in the semi-arid region of New South Wales, Australia but here are few photos of my plants for you to enjoy as I do. The first 2 from the left...
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Gardeners
Apr 11, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Jolanta
Plants in the park around our hotel in Perth, Western Australia. Today it's 37C.
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Gardeners
Mar 5, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by Jolanta
Darwin, Australia floral and fauna.
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Gardeners
Nov 22, 2019Nov 2019

Posted by Budgie
Hi all I live in the subtropic part of Australia and am hoping to get some garden beds set up and start growing some food plants. I have chickens baby dragon fruit and lemon grass at present. The possums ate my pawpaw, and mulberry plants. the ...
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Gardeners
Nov 16, 2019Nov 2019

Posted by DavidDuhon
I think we have to think about sustainability in the broader sense as we might think about our own garden. It is not an answer, not a goal as much as it is a process and a perspective. It is not a solution to be found but a process of maintenance ...
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Gardeners
Oct 26, 2019Oct 2019

Posted by FrayedBear
Photographed from my kitchen window hence the vertical reflection left hand side! Here is the display in my neighbour's yard that I have now been waiting about 5 months for - the blooming red bottle brush trees - it has been 6 days since the ...
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Aug 17, 2019Aug 2019

Posted by FrayedBear
Today I share with you something that neither I nor the person holding the plant has ever seen before. That is in a combined 💯 years of using our eyes - neither the person holding the plant nor myself have seen "String of Pearls our Beads" flower!
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Gardeners
May 5, 2019May 2019

Posted by Allamanda
I'm finally done pollinating my vanilla orchid, daily for about 21 days (except I missed 2). There seem to be at least 25 pods forming on 4 clusters, and looking up at the out-of-reach clumps, none that were naturally pollinated (so we probably don't...
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Gardeners
Mar 11, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by Hathacat
Stag horn ferns. Looks better than a dead animal and proves he can keep things ALIVE! Good hunting guy, lol.
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Jan 27, 2019Jan 2019

Posted by Fernapple
Its quite cold here now with a strong wind, so I spent an hour this morning hand weeding pots in the greenhouse. Its mainly Hairy Bittercress, Cardamine hirsuta. What I wanted to know is, is this little menace the same problem in the US and Australia...
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Gardeners
Nov 8, 2018Nov 2018

Posted by EdEarl
The family who star in this video are mostly living off the land on a city lot, 1/4 acre, in Australia. I hope to make a similar garden.
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Gardeners
Sep 9, 2018Sep 2018

Posted by FrayedBear
Spring is starting to bounce down here in Western Victoria, Australia. Normally I do not have cut plants preferring to see the flowers in the garden. Recently however one of the op shops that I patronise has been having a 90 yo woman donating little ...
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Gardeners
Jul 31, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by Arshi
Pomegranate, myer lemon, tangerine, loquat, passion flowers, trumpet vine.
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Gardeners
Jul 4, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by Donto101
My swingset garden is doing good
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Gardeners
Jun 25, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by Brunnion
Urgent Request Hi All, I've discovered the thousands of incredibly unique native plants in the south west of Australia. The area is known to scientists as a biodiversity hotspot. One of very few in the world! Unfortunately, not everyone ...
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Gardeners
Jun 3, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by FrayedBear
GreenHouses A few ideas on green houses from down here: How to Build a Geodesic Dome Greenhouse And Zip Tie Domes Australia - Geodesic Dome Greenhouse Kits and Chicken Coop Kits for Sale And my...
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Gardeners
Jun 1, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by AntaresRose
These are another picture from a friend of mines flowers from her garden. She lives in WA. The closest city is Perth. Australia is huge but I love the flowers.
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Posted by MsKathleenSeen on a fb group. Just gonna leave this right here for your enjoyment.

Posted by FernappleI think that the veg plot is looking good now, but sadly it will probably never look like one of my near neighbour's.

Posted by FernappleI think that the veg plot is looking good now, but sadly it will probably never look like one of my near neighbour's.

Posted by FernappleFour shades of Hollyhock growing it the garden now.

Posted by FrostyJimIt's berry season in Wasilla Alaska... first Raspberry picking a little over 8 lbs...

Posted by FrostyJimIt's berry season in Wasilla Alaska... first Raspberry picking a little over 8 lbs...

Posted by FrostyJimIt's berry season in Wasilla Alaska... first Raspberry picking a little over 8 lbs...

Posted by FrostyJimIt's berry season in Wasilla Alaska... first Raspberry picking a little over 8 lbs...

Posted by glennlabI had a visitor early this morning, a Texas spiny lizard warming up on my steps.

Posted by glennlabMy fish pond is some of the only water around right now.

Posted by glennlabMy fish pond is some of the only water around right now.

Posted by tinkercreekWhoa, look at it now!

Posted by FrostyJimThat's what it's all about...

Posted by skadoThis year’s cantaloupe, squash, peas, and tomatoes. Not much rain lately. That’s supposed to make the cantaloupe sweeter. We’ll see.

Posted by tinkercreekMy Lace-Cap Hydrangeas are in, clusters of tiny flowers within the larger blossoms!!

Posted by tinkercreekMy Lace-Cap Hydrangeas are in, clusters of tiny flowers within the larger blossoms!!

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