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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 "church" By Donto101 (311) Posts by members only

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Posted by Fernapple
I think that the veg plot is looking good now, but sadly it will probably never look like one of my near neighbour's.
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Gardeners
Nov 21, 2021Nov 2021

Posted by Jolanta
Plants that can send emails.
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Gardeners
May 18, 2021May 2021

Posted by Jolanta
Olive tree ready to be picked.
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Gardeners
Apr 25, 2021Apr 2021

Posted by wordywalt
Piked my first black heirloom tomatoes of he year today -- 4 full sized and 5 plum sized! Will have a delicious salad for inner tonight.
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Gardeners
Apr 2, 2021Apr 2021

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
I love spring! Pics from yesterday. Gotta cock your head clockwise 90°.....except for the last one, somehow.
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Gardeners
Feb 28, 2021Feb 2021

Posted by Triphid
It seems that my Coleus plants have an alluring taste to the local stray cats. I don't know what the plants exude from their leaves but I just found one very ' high' tomcat happily licking at the leaves, it absolutely NO notice of me, its eyes were ...
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Gardeners
Feb 8, 2021Feb 2021

Posted by Fernapple
Winter flowers in the snow. Witch Hazel. 1,2 In my garden. Winter aconite, 3,4, in the local church yard and 5 in my garden. And snowdrops for a very monochrome study.
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Gardeners
Oct 2, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by JackPedigo
Several years ago I grafted several apple varieties on a tree one being called Pink Pearl. Finally, this year it bore some of the apples and they are even more beautiful than I thought. Notice the heart shaped pattern around the core.
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Gardeners
Sep 11, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by Jetty
Can't wait to smell my schoolgirl. A lovely scent, apparently... I'm talking about my rose! A variety called "Schoolgirl". 😂
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Gardeners
May 28, 2020May 2020

Posted by dede18
Not everyone is aware of how easy it is to propagate baby plants of African Violets ... this pic shows the original adult leaves which I cut cleanly, then inserted into potting soil and kept moist for many weeks. Then the tiniest little leaf showed ...
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Gardeners
Apr 18, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by RussRAB
Does anyone have experience with Serviceberry also known as Saskatoon Berry or June Berry? I came across them looking to replace volunteer Hackberry trees that screen my back yard from the back lot of the neighboring Baptist church. The Hackberry ...
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Gardeners
Apr 15, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
The chipmunks have been busy planting grape hyacinth in the flox.
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Gardeners
Feb 21, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by Fernapple
OK, so this is a video about a man who works for the church, but give him a chance and you may enjoy. LOL
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Gardeners
Sep 14, 2019Sep 2019

Posted by bigpawbullets
Our Hyacinth vines are producing lots of attractive seed pods this year.
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Aug 27, 2019Aug 2019

Posted by Relaseri
Macro photography of flowers from my garden.
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Gardeners
Aug 8, 2019Aug 2019

Posted by ChurchLess
Mexican Petunias
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Gardeners
Jul 30, 2019Jul 2019

Posted by Leafhead
Got me some Gasplants (Dictamnus albus purpurea), six in all. This one is going into the rearing cage with the three eggs laid by a Giant Swallowtail on my existing group of plants. The other five are planted and ready for her return. Dictamnus Giant...
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Gardeners
Jul 14, 2019Jul 2019

Posted by tinkercreek
Tomatoes, and everything else in the garden!
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Gardeners
Jul 6, 2019Jul 2019

Posted by Fernapple
Eremurus, the fox tail lily is just coming to its peak now, the grass to the side is the Giant Spanish Oat, Stipa gigantica.
7 comments
Gardeners
Jun 18, 2019Jun 2019

Posted by JaelLorraine
When did everyone start gardening? At what age did you really take an interest? I believe I was about 26.
13 comments
Gardeners
Jun 6, 2019Jun 2019

Posted by MissKathleen
Remember that sprouted organic sweet potato piece that I planted a few months back? I kind of lost interest in it because “people” told me it would just grow lots of roots and no sweet potatoes, that you “have” to start sweet potatoes from ...
7 comments
Gardeners
Jun 6, 2019Jun 2019

Posted by Allamanda
A photo of starting to process the Criollo-type cacao pods from my largest tree - pick them, split each with a whack from the back of the machete, scoop out the beans and pulp which then has to ferment for 3-5 days before drying and roasting the ...
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Gardeners
Apr 3, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by bigpawbullets
Whew. 4.5 hours to clean up, edge, weed, manure, and mulch the asparagus bed. Think I'll postpone a hike through the woods until tomorrow, if I can move. Where's the Chardonnay? ???
6 comments
Gardeners
Feb 15, 2019Feb 2019

Posted by Donto101
Amy cleaned out the swing set garden to make room for spring planting. And I got a little aggression therapy.
1 comment
Gardeners
Feb 12, 2019Feb 2019

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Article on little known facts about roses. (Actually, I already knew some of these, ?)
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Posted by FrostyJimFresh picked from my greenhouse...

Posted by FrostyJimFresh picked from my greenhouse...

Posted by FrostyJimPicking Blackcurrants on Saturday between rain showers... a little over 8 lbs.

Posted by FrostyJimPicking Blackcurrants on Saturday between rain showers... a little over 8 lbs.

Posted by FernappleWe had the garden open for charity last week, and raise nearly eight hundred pounds for good causes.

Posted by FernappleWe had the garden open for charity last week, and raise nearly eight hundred pounds for good causes.

Posted by FernappleWe had the garden open for charity last week, and raise nearly eight hundred pounds for good causes.

Posted by glennlabI went out to take a picture of my night blooming lotus, and came upon an orgy.

Posted by glennlabI went out to take a picture of my night blooming lotus, and came upon an orgy.

Posted by glennlabI went out to take a picture of my night blooming lotus, and came upon an orgy.

Posted by glennlabThis summer has been really rough on my butterflies.

Posted by glennlabThis summer has been really rough on my butterflies.

Posted by glennlabA sign I'm on the lookout for

Posted by Austin-CambridgeThis is no joke to some of us so I thought I would post it here! :-D

Posted by MsKathleenQuite frankly, most tea bags from the market are toxic, so it would be best to cut the used tea bags open and incorporate the used tea leaves into the soil. [gardeningsoul.com]

Posted by MsKathleenSeen on a fb group. Just gonna leave this right here for your enjoyment.

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