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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.

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

Gardeners
Apr 17Apr 17

Posted by glennlab
These were supposed to be blue, I bought some new supposed to be blue lotus and they should be ready soon if I can keep the wild animals out of my pond.
7 comments
Gardeners
Feb 20Feb 20

Posted by azzow2
I have recently learned that animal bodies make an excellent fertilizer, the farmers often use this method. When I catch a vermin going after my birds I bury the bodies after I dispatch them. I have now started to compost the bodies. Has anyone used ...
5 comments
Posts
May 9, 2021May 2021

Posted by Heidi68
Roses, wild roses, an Iris, another rose and something wild on the side of the road.
3 comments
Gardeners
Apr 30, 2021Apr 2021

Posted by of-the-mountain
World Naked Gardening Day is May 1st in it’s 16 year!!!
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Gardeners
Apr 22, 2021Apr 2021

Posted by RussRAB
This is the Orchid Rock Rose. It was posted last year in response to a Rock Rose I have that is a Texas native. I thought these were gorgeous and found a site on-line that sold them. I particularly liked this variety with the spots at the base of the...
6 comments
Gardeners
Jan 3, 2021Jan 2021

Posted by wordywalt
Here In Tampa, Florida,Am enjoying BLTs and salads made with heirloom black tomatoes from my winter garden. Thy are delicious - even seem to taste better than my spring tomatoes do.
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Gardeners
Dec 13, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by OldGoat43
A few years ago in Upstate New York: Brook Glen Farm gave me a great opportunity to compost all the animal & vegetable waste into huge compost piles with my Ford 4000 tractor bucket. After a few years of tilling it into the soil the organic veggies ...
6 comments
Posts
Jul 12, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by Fernapple
I posted this in another group but thought you may like. Found this little person in the garden yesterday. It was a wonderful find, I have not seen a live one for a couple of years in my garden, it proves we still have a population in the village. ...
4 comments
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Jul 10, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by HerbertNewsam
Hi everyone, how is your gardening life like today. I am finnaly at a moments break the past several weeks. Ugh, Then i locked myself out of this site with to many attempts with passwords. Then did a paranoia dance over it, but that's pretty normal ...
4 comments
Gardeners
Jun 26, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by HerbertNewsam
Hi ya fellow gardeners, hows the hoe day going? It going on about 5 years i got rid of the lawn completely. When i got here this yard was in shambles. I saved every little piece of junk. Mostly glass shards. Any glass that is 1/8" in size get in the ...
3 comments
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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Apr 12, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by wordywalt
Dug my first potatoes yesterday. Last night I cut up a bunch of the smaller ones into thin slices, chopped up part of an onion, and pan fried that in olive oil, with salt and pepper. It was delicious.
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Gardeners
Mar 23, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by tinkercreek
While I was gimping around with a bum hip last summer, I didn't even notice where my little hummers had nested! This is a shrub that should leaf out again but I don't want to disturb it. Do they re-use nests??
4 comments
Gardeners
Jan 18, 2020Jan 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Global warming. Roses here in Baton Rouge are typically done blooming between the start of November and Christmas. They get pruned in early February and start producing flower buds again by the end of March. Here we are in Mid-January, and my ...
6 comments
Gardeners
Aug 20, 2019Aug 2019

Posted by dede18
In April an online nursery was selling last of bulbs half price and I ordered 5 of this exotic-colored lily. They were already sprouting in the bag and grew fast and robust, and ... Ta Da! first one opened. Truly a traffic-stopper :-)
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Gardeners
Jul 20, 2019Jul 2019

Posted by MsHoliday
I am so pleased with my self wicking tubs. I have a townhouse condo and only have my deck which I can grow anything. Tomatoes are just starting to turn red. Can’t wait for the feast. 1) Heirloom Yellow Pear cherry tomato 2) Beef Steak ...
5 comments
Gardeners
Jun 25, 2019Jun 2019

Posted by thinktwice
When I first moved into my house, the backyard was nothing but weeds and dirt. I spent many hours digging up daylilies along the railroad tracks with my girlfriend and planted them along the banks. They have multiplied with no help from me...
5 comments
Gardeners
Apr 28, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by potteryguy2018
I installed Ollas in seven tubs this afternoon. My tomatoes are going to be happy!
3 comments
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.
5 comments
Gardeners
Mar 10, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by Hathacat
Beats over the counter!
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Shared from Health & Happiness
Mar 7, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by misternatureboy
So moving.
6 comments
Shared from Silly, Random & Fun
Mar 1, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by misternatureboy
During a product training session at the garden center where I work, the facilitator was talking about soil amendments. He elaborated on peat moss and once he was done he asked if we had any questions and I raised my hand to let him (and the class) ...
2 comments
Gardeners
Jan 15, 2019Jan 2019

Posted by AlexRam
This is an exciting time, we are looking for a farm to buy in GA near Atlanta. Cannot wait to get going with the planting. This will be a Hobby Farm. We are thinking large vegetable patch, greenhouse and a few animals.... 10-20 acres would be nice!
3 comments
Gardeners
Jan 7, 2019Jan 2019

Posted by glennlab
One of the problems of living in the south is that you have to mow the grass in the winter, not looking forward to it. The real estate agent spread winter rye grass to make the house more attractive. It is supposed to die out by July, that was ...
10 comments
Gardeners
Dec 28, 2018Dec 2018

Posted by HippieChick58
Gardening can help you live to be 100. Well, really, I don't want to live to be 100.
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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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