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Posts Tagged "book" By Donto101 (310) Posts by members only

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Posted by bigpawbullets
Out in the incredibly nice weather! Cleaned up the front yard. Neighbor throwing a hissy fit. I saunter over to see what's wrong. "This DMN edger won't work anymore!" I suggested that before buying a new one maybe I could "adjust" something. ...
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Jan 10Jan 10

Posted by bigpawbullets
Good morning gardeners! Has anyone here read this book? I'm thinking of buying it. In these troubled and tumultuous times we all might consider increasing our garden sizes.
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Sep 12, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by OldGoat43
DEMOCRAT SUPPORT FALTERS House Democratic leaders are reportedly considering reneging on a plan to bring a marijuana legalization bill to the floor this month after some vulnerable lawmakers expressed frustration about heading into ...
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Gardeners
Aug 1, 2020Aug 2020

Posted by RussRAB
Orchid Rock Rose! A couple months ago, @MarkWD responded to a photo of a Rock Rose (a Texas native) with his interest in Orchid Rock Rose. These were beautiful flowers and I particularly liked the Cistus purpureus or the Purple Orchid Rock Rose. The ...
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May 10, 2020May 2020

Posted by NoPlanetB
My rose I bought last fall has really come out of it's shell. I cut it back in January and moved it away from the wall. It's a Princess Charlene de Monaco and the fragrance is potent.
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Gardeners
May 7, 2020May 2020

Posted by tinkercreek
Our spring flora is glorious this year in the PNW, after a mild winter and early spring! My Albiqua Blue Crinkles Hosta went from ground to mound in about 3 weeks, bigger than ever at about 4' across. In back are a Russet Fern, Wild Huckleberry, ...
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Apr 28, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Spinliesel
The little greenhouse next to the Mennonite store in Marion. NY is now open. I bought two small pots of Heliotrope. If you don't know these wonderful little plants, go find a good greenhouse and floor your nose. They smell wonderfully sweet. I ...
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Gardeners
Mar 14, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by wordywalt
My spring garden is off to a great start!! My green beans are already blooming. My tomato plants are already up to 3 and 1/2 feet tall and have two tiers of blossoms. The potatoes tops are lush green and close to blooming. If it continues, this ...
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Gardeners
Feb 16, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Uh oh, just realized the prominantly featured specimen tree in my neighbor's front yard just 10 feet from my property and another literally against my back yard fence but in the other nextdoor neighbor's yard are Chinese Tallo trees, near the top of ...
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Gardeners
Feb 6, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by Allamanda
A book review for Nature's Best Hope by Doug Tallamy
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Feb 4, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by NoPlanetB
My oldest (12) grandson mentioned that my potatoes had little things on them. I told him those are called the eyes and they are buds that will grow into plants and the potato will turn back into several new potato plants and grow potatoes again. It's...
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Gardeners
Jan 30, 2020Jan 2020

Posted by Hathacat
Not sure if I like this or not. Bonsai Tree House
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Gardeners
Dec 25, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by Shaggy2018
Christmas cactus
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Gardeners
Nov 9, 2019Nov 2019

Posted by Hathacat
This beetle display by Christopher Marley I think I have only seen one iridescent beetle before.
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Nov 7, 2019Nov 2019

Posted by DavidDuhon
Hi, just wanted introduce the gardener in me this group. My first career of about 20 years as as a commercial organic grower. I worked by hand, having apprenticed in the bio-intensive method with John Jeavons--some of you may know his How Grow ...
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Gardeners
Oct 8, 2019Oct 2019

Posted by Allamanda
Having mentioned this earlier, it occurred to me that it may be very interesting to many members of this group. The author and teacher has inspired a lot of people, I have had his book for a few years and it's an incentive in ...
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Gardeners
Oct 8, 2019Oct 2019

Posted by Allamanda
A Comic Book approach but nevertheless:
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Gardeners
Sep 2, 2019Sep 2019

Posted by Besalbub
Interesting flower I found on the banks.
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Gardeners
May 10, 2019May 2019

Posted by AmiSue
My first day in the garden! Otherwise known as my last day without a poison ivy rash... Worth it :)
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Gardeners
Apr 27, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by bigpawbullets
Linda's back from the public library book sale. She handed me this. A subtle "wifley" hint?
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Gardeners
Apr 19, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
quote from "Weeds: In Defense of Nature's Most Unloved Plants" by Richard Mabey - "Ralph Waldo Emerson opted for usefulness, and said that a weed was simply ‘a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered’." Start reading this book for ...
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Gardeners
Mar 7, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by Hathacat
Easy potatoes
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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) ...
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Gardeners
Feb 17, 2019Feb 2019

Posted by AstralSmoke
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 esoterically, she asks the land what it wants to ...
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Feb 12, 2019Feb 2019

Posted by misternatureboy
Japanese bonsai owners urge thieves to water stolen 400-year-old tree worth $127,700
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Posted by bigpawbulletsOut at the shed fetching a wheelbarrow.

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay eight. "No, I didn't bring you a worm." First time I've seen one open his/her eyes. Mom & Dad continue to bring tasty stuff to them.

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay 7. Nest is getting a bit crowded. Temps are rising and sunny wx. Ground is turned over in garden beds close by her nest so worm hunting is optimal.

Posted by FernappleI posted this in the nature group, but since they are all in the garden, I though you would like to see them too.

Posted by FernappleI posted this in the nature group, but since they are all in the garden, I though you would like to see them too.

Posted by FernappleI posted this in the nature group, but since they are all in the garden, I though you would like to see them too.

Posted by FernappleI posted this in the nature group, but since they are all in the garden, I though you would like to see them too.

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay six. I'm inspired to nap on my hammock.

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay five. Starting to look like real birds!

Posted by FernappleIn the next village, the houses have a stream running past their front door, so not much front garden.

Posted by FernappleIn the next village, the houses have a stream running past their front door, so not much front garden.

Posted by bigpawbulletsSo: Question for the gardners/naturalists here: Is this typical sparrow behavior?

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay 4: Filling up the nest. Taking naps between feedings. Everyone is looking pretty healthy. Any name suggestions?

Posted by bigpawbulletsWhat a Mother's day for our Robin! Spring thunderstorms!

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay three: Thunderstorms moving through the Miami Valley! Mom robin feeding the kids and hunkering down to protect them. Still growing exponentially!

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay three: Thunderstorms moving through the Miami Valley! Mom robin feeding the kids and hunkering down to protect them. Still growing exponentially!

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