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

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Posted by suesue2222
Anyone interested in chipping in on some land (20 acres, 40, more?) and escaping this crazy society? I'm envisioning a small off-grid community of private homes, a community garden, a water source, solar/wind/hydro systems, and a workshop/barn. We ...
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Jun 23Jun 23

Posted by Mooolah
LINKLeaf blowers, lawn mowers and fertilizer: How lawns contribute to climate change
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Feb 3Feb 3

Posted by Mooolah
LINKClimate Change: UK plants flowering a month early - CBBC Newsround
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Gardeners
Jun 26, 2021Jun 2021

Posted by FrostyJim
Weeding and thinning some onions and bush beans today... I'm growing Roma, Purple Pod, and Yellow beans... it used to be too cool and rainy most years for good bean crops in my Alaska 4a zone garden. "There are bean years and then there are lean ...
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Apr 10, 2021Apr 2021

Posted by Lorajay
Many of my shrubs look like they may not make it after our 12 days of extreme freezing weather but my Chinese quince is prettier than it's ever been. Perhaps it would prefer a colder climate.
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Jul 24, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by Allamanda
One of the more unusual chores in this climate, should have been done before hurricane season, we're 6 weeks in already - cleaning the coconut trees to remove weight up top and potential flying projectiles. My friend is an expert with a machete so we...
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May 8, 2020May 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
All three pics are rotated 90degrees clockwise. No way to correct that. Volunteerr pumpkin bloom in my compost pile....well, next to it. Experiment survivor: I scattered some English daisy seeds last year, not knowing if our climate is too much ...
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Apr 25, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Yay! My baby Clematis both survived the winter to bloom again! They sure haven't grown a whole lot, though. These are Niobe and Diana's Delight....with a photo-bombing black eyed Susan.
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Mar 25, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by FrostyJim
Gardening in Alaska is serious and it is all about timing... we have a very small window of time to get our vegetable gardens planted and growing - not too early or a late frost will destroy all of your work ...and not too late or you may lose in the...
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Dec 21, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by Heidi68
Climate change anyone... My peach trees seem to think it is spring 😢
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Oct 12, 2019Oct 2019

Posted by CrazyQuilter
I mistakenly thought that Early Girl was nematode resistant, only now I discover only the bush variety and I planted the indeterminate variety. No wonder the size dropped off dramatically. I'm peeved that some local nurseries do not state disease...
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Oct 9, 2019Oct 2019

Posted by bigpawbullets
Interesting graphic about two different cultures. With climate disruption, the need for micro gardening (1/2 acre or less) may become critical for food production here in the United States.
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Gardeners
Aug 13, 2019Aug 2019

Posted by Fernapple
The Agapanthus are in full flower now. I am always amazed that we can grow these exotic bulbs in our climate, the trick is good drainage and full sun, though where I have seen them in the wild, in the warm south, they tend to grow in the shade. The ...
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Mar 27, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by Pedrohbds
Beginner here. I have a small area and I want to plant some stuff just for fun. Any tips for a very cold climate and with not much sun? The town is in the middle of the mountains so few hours of sun per day and the temperatures are still under 10ºC...
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Jan 13, 2019Jan 2019

Posted by Fernapple
We are lucky here in the UK, in that the climate means that we can grow and naturalize Snowdrops, ( Galanthus ). Just coming through now, like an early promise of spring in mid winter.
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Gardeners
Sep 4, 2018Sep 2018

Posted by Donto101
It’s been awhile since I have done this so I would like to welcome all the new members to the group. Feel free to post pics and about anything you guys are growing. It doesn’t matter where you live what your climate or how big or small your ...
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Gardeners
Aug 13, 2018Aug 2018

Posted by Eldovis
So..tomato season is coming to an end... Shorter and shorter season every year! I do change the bed location to avoid the vertcillium virus, or bacterias, whatever is is. Is it a problem for most of us? Is it climate change, bad seads? I used,, ...
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Aug 11, 2018Aug 2018

Posted by Donto101
Food not lawns!
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Gardeners
Jul 12, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Just bought my first home, very modest size but a nice comfortably sized yard to start a garden. ? Hot and humid here in Baton Rouge. I have been growing roses in pots literally for decades. It'll be great to get them in the ground. Main problem ...
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Gardeners
Jul 6, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by Surfpirate
The dry spell continues, the rain promised for today has been pushed back until the middle of next week. Lightning strikes on the north and south horizons last night but nary a drop fell on our island home and gardens. Spot watering judiciously ...
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Gardeners
Jun 23, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by bigpawbullets
2.04 inches of rain yesterday coupled with scattered sun today has caused a remarkable growth spurt, and early flowering of "stuff". Climate change? Maybe.
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May 30, 2018May 2018

Posted by CeliaVL
Does this Group cover mainly temperate zones? I am in another gardening group which covers hot country gardening, since I live part of the year in Spain. I am not very familiar with the different climatic zones in the USA so I don't know what is ...
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May 27, 2018May 2018

Posted by Sheannutt
Boy I miss having a Garden so much.?
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Gardeners
May 23, 2018May 2018

Posted by AntaresRose
Raising good vegetables the easy way. Last week in our series on how to grow an edible garden, we talked about the basics of getting ready to plant. This week, for beginning gardeners, here are 15 of the easiest edible plants to...
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Gardeners
May 16, 2018May 2018

Posted by CaroleKay
If you face the challenges of gardening in a hot, tropical or desert climate. Or you have an interest in cactus, succulents and tropical plants. I have started a new group. Please join if you like.
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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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