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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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Posted by azzow2
I had just recently learned that oleander is a good way to get gophers to exit the yard/garden. I now am trying to root white oleander branches, I put rooting hormone on several of the cuttings and planted the cutting in different types of medium. I ...
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Feb 3Feb 3

Posted by SnowyOwl
It's been a tough winter but it's that time of year again where Canadian Gardeners start putting little seeds into containers inside in the hope that one day, far far away, it will be warm enough to transplant them into their gardens. Canadians are ...
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Oct 23, 2021Oct 2021

Posted by Fernapple
1. There is something alive, down on the ground in my garden. 2. Problem solved, terminated.
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Sep 25, 2021Sep 2021

Posted by Lorajay
I started pulling out my ugliest flowers from the pots on the deck this afternoon and replacing them with pansies. We're still having 90° temperatures I hope the other flowers in the pots shade them enough they don't die on me.
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Gardeners
Aug 3, 2021Aug 2021

Posted by Lorajay
Solarizing definitely works killing the vegetation. I hope it lives up to its reputation for killing the seeds as well. I plan to add more gravel to that location but now I'm working on my bar ditch. This late in the season I may never have to weed ...
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Gardeners
Aug 2, 2021Aug 2021

Posted by glennlab
I broadcast fennel seeds in my shady beds in hope of attracting swallowtail butterflies. I've only seen one this year, but based on these two guys, there had to be at least 2.
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Gardeners
Jul 12, 2021Jul 2021

Posted by glennlab
I bought 4 tubers for water lillies, I only wanted the blue one, but they came in sets, 3 survived the Texas freeze last winter, a day blooming pink, a night blooming red (the double) and a night blooming yellow (not pictured). My passion vine ...
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Gardeners
May 31, 2021May 2021

Posted by MsKathleen
As I walked to the mailbox yesterday, I noticed the aged Red Flame Jacaranda down the street was blooming (first photo), although not as profusely as usual. And, I wondered when my young tree would bloom for the first time. Upon returning home, I ...
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Gardeners
May 14, 2021May 2021

Posted by bigpawbullets
Day 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.
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Gardeners
May 13, 2021May 2021

Posted by bigpawbullets
Day 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.
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May 6, 2021May 2021

Posted by MsKathleen
Hello gardeners! I know most of you are getting your gardens going. I just shut mine down, after a VERY successful winter growing season in the desert. This year I tried something new, Japanese Eggplant, and it was wildly successful, getting about...
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Gardeners
Jan 6, 2021Jan 2021

Posted by Jolanta
What to do with an empty drink bottle
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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 ...
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Gardeners
Oct 25, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by wordywalt
Here in Florida, I have a small winter garden including green beans, lettuce, and 5 tomato plants. The first tomato blossoms have set on! Hope to have enough tomatoes for BLTs, other sandwiches, salads, and some spaghetti sauce for my wife and ...
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Gardeners
Oct 23, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
Concrete Alan has been re-located from a strawberry bed to this stump in our Spring bulb bed. We hope he has the same effect here as he did with the strawberries.
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Gardeners
Oct 9, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by OldGoat43
A new dangerous invader showed up in Pennsylvania: video: ...
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Gardeners
Sep 25, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by RussRAB
Cow Pen Daisy. I collected seeds for this plant from one I came across in a field near my home. The flowers were so bright and golden I wanted to grow them. It was during a time I was particularly interested in native plants. These flowers are not ...
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Gardeners
Sep 10, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by Jolanta
My front garden in springtime. I just put things in and hope for the best.
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Gardeners
Sep 8, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
My latest project. My third and most recent amateur masonry project. My garden soil is horrendously dense clay with abysmal drainage. And grapes can't grow in such soil, I am told. I just bought my first muscadine, a self-fertile variety of deep ...
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Gardeners
Jul 23, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by tinkercreek
Greetings, Gardners! This is a rather comprehensive article with some good information. It's amazing how much misunderstanding there is over the possibilities of organic gardening! It is from Nicole Apelian, whom I met a few years ago by taking a ...
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Gardeners
Jul 9, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by Heidi68
Anyone have any idea what this thing is growing on an old stump behind my house? Fungus? Mushroom? Have I mentioned how much I hate Japanese Beetles? They are finally moving on but I have been picking 150 to 200 beetles off my grapes, blackberries, ...
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Gardeners
Jul 4, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by FrostyJim
My Ex planted many Columbines about 15 years ago and they are still going strong even after moving them several times around my yard. They self seed and come back every year - but they also cross pollinate and make new hybrids - and colors. Some ...
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Gardeners
Jun 21, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by HerbertNewsam
Oh boy. It has been many many years since i enjoyed this. We could get more montmorency cherrys picked if Naomi would stay out of the sweet Stellas. Lol... Pie did someone say "pie". So here we are from tree to pie... They got another batch pitted ...
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Gardeners
Jun 20, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by Surfpirate
Last year we planted some grasses that were supposed to like partial shade and would grow to 6' in height, according to the sales gal, they grew to 2' in height and then died. So this year I dug up the remains of the grasses and planted some peace ...
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Gardeners
Jun 19, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by MarkWD
There is a Zoom lecture next Wednesday, June 24 by Fergus Garrett about the biodiversity study done for the gardens at Great Dixter in Sussex and the practices which have contributed to maintaining it. It is 15 pounds for a two hour presentation. ...
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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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