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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.

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Gardeners
May 5May 5

Posted by tinkercreek
It's that time of year that I welcome back my fern friends! And yes, I am somewhat obsessed with about 14 varieties now, so here are a few:
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Gardeners
Apr 15, 2021Apr 2021

Posted by Lorajay
Someone mentioned how beautiful this garden was and I looked it up. It's near Birmingham in a town called Walsall. I'm wondering if any of our UK friends have been there and whether it is as beautiful as the pictures. When I looked up gardens in the ...
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Gardeners
Jan 11, 2021Jan 2021

Posted by bigpawbullets
Wild cherry. Cut down to clear a field border on a friend's farm. Should yield some nice planks.
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Gardeners
Oct 22, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
Coleus. I tried growing these from seed. Very low propagation percentage. But we have a few that made it. So! Anyone have success with wintering these annuals over in their house and having a larger & a plant with a thicker foliage the second ...
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Gardeners
Oct 8, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by Jolanta
For my gardening “friends “.
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Gardeners
Sep 5, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by Fernapple
So you can save carbon and oil, the cost of a lawn mower, get great exercise, and impress your friends with your amazing skill. Why don't we all do it this way ? Be amazed.
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Gardeners
Aug 31, 2020Aug 2020

Posted by Jetty
I love these tulip-like flowers. Clematis "Princess Diana".
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Gardeners
Jun 5, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by Spinliesel
Cotoneaster Any good advice on how to trim that painful bush.? I grew the bush from a little stick. I was so proud of it really taking to the location at the edge of the lawn, but I never expected it to grow so big and mean. It has the worst ...
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Gardeners
May 23, 2020May 2020

Posted by Surfpirate
What a great way to repurpose an old school bus. Turn it into a mobile garden and it would be even better as an aquaponic garden.
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Apr 20, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Jolanta
I came home after having been away for two months. Well the person who was going to water my indoor plants either did not bother or gave them a tea spoon each. A lot of them died. What does one do, rant and rave or start over again.
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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 Lorajay
I have this plant taking over an area that I'm glad it's taking over. Unfortunately I can't remember what it is. My plant identification app tells me it might be bugle weed or ajuga but I cannot find an exact match. Do any of my gardener friends know...
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Gardeners
Mar 31, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
Placed this "petite" birdhouse in an ornamental cherry tree by our kitchen window. Hoping to entice a Carolina Wren pair to nest there.
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Gardeners
Mar 28, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
My first dewberries from my yard! More are ripening. And all I had to do was intentionally NOT mow down the vines last summer.
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Gardeners
Mar 21, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by Allamanda
Time to put one's money where one's mouth is. I had two days off for jet-lag and today I got a start on the long-abandoned veg patch . It doesn't look like much of course, right now. So my 2 weeks ...
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Gardeners
Mar 20, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Ooh! Just came home from a long work week (i.e. working in healthcare during the Age of Covid-19). Took a quick stroll around my plant friends, and....was greeted by my FIRST DAHLIA OF SPRING! 🥰
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Gardeners
Dec 8, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by Jolanta
Yesterday I went for lunch at a friends place. The next door neighbor has an apricot tree laden with fruit, ready to pick. So that is what we did. I got a big bag to take home. Apparently the neighbor doesn't pick any of them. How bizarre is ...
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Gardeners
Dec 8, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by DavidDuhon
So what have you enjoyed this past week that you harvested, from your garden or picked elsewhere? For most of us, this will be things that were canned, frozen, dried, preserved in some way. For the rest of you make us jealous with what is available...
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Gardeners
Dec 1, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by digifilm4
Hello All, My name is Josh and I'm a former marijuana cultivator. I've been jailed numerous times for cultivation in Kentucky where marijuana is illegal but all were misdemeanors and as my friends and myself were always very knowledgeable of law ...
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Gardeners
Nov 23, 2019Nov 2019

Posted by jdubbs1066
Finally put in two rain barrels this past summer. Felt great to be able to use rain water. Between that and using compost, I'm hoping to see increased productivity in the garden beds.
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Gardeners
Nov 6, 2019Nov 2019

Posted by bobbio52
My last zucchini plant wilted in the night which feels like a tangible sign of fall here on the Oregon Coast. Friends are coming to tour my garden which will be a lot of what it will look like rather than what it is. Even the stuff in the ...
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Gardeners
Sep 22, 2019Sep 2019

Posted by bigpawbullets
Still harvesting tomatoes from the "tomato forest". Looks like we may get one, maybe two more collanders worth. We're in a drought here. I've not watered or suckered any plants for several weeks. We're finding that tomatoes of the several ...
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Gardeners
Sep 10, 2019Sep 2019

Posted by bigpawbullets
The difference in tomatoes from my garden (lower two) & our friend's truck farm operation (top two).
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Gardeners
Sep 8, 2019Sep 2019

Posted by potteryguy2018
Look at the tomato roots on this olla and all of the soil still clinging to the root web after being pulled straight up and out of a raised bed!!
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Gardeners
Aug 10, 2019Aug 2019

Posted by Fernapple
The Acanthus are coming to the end of their flowering now. The one I grow is Acanthus spinosus, it is very spiny, even the flowers are untouchable, but the thistle like leaves are spectacular. It is of course one of the most celebrated of all plants ...
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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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