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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 Redheadedgammy
My sisters rose Bush is starting to bloom! I don’t know what kind of rose this is, but it’s beautiful and smells so great!
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Gardeners
1 month ago1m

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 14Feb 14

Posted by Zoohome
We have a crazy weather, Austin is in state of emergency. Currently is 18F and a mix of icy rain and snow. I brought most of my plants in the garage. But I left some out (under covers). My fear is that those left out are done and its too late to ...
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Gardeners
Nov 30, 2020Nov 2020

Posted by Spinliesel
December 4th is Saint Barbara's Day. If you cut branches from your flowering bushes on St. Barbara's Day ( forsythias; weigelias, deutzias ) and bring them into the house in a vase with water, you will have flowering branches at Christmas. Can you...
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Gardeners
Nov 1, 2020Nov 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
Milkweed pods! The "Outer Limits" episode: So. I, in a moment of Chardonnay infused insanity, decide that the best way to store these seeds is to pop open a pod and place those cute seeds in a medicine bottle. Bad move. Me, the cats, and ceiling ...
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Gardeners
Oct 30, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by Fernapple
My passion again and my working life. This shows a really good description of growing, and the life cycle of a major and very old plant group. Just one error in it though, the presenter says that the young plants are, single cells, they are not. What...
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Gardeners
Sep 23, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
"Linda approved" prototype plant container platform for fenceposts in our back yard. My problem is we've a LOT of fenceposts. 😳🍷🍷
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Gardeners
Sep 19, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by Surfpirate
The first hard frost arrived last night and it looks like it killed the roof top tomato plants but the cabbage should survive even though it was fully exposed. The row cover that I put over the tomatoes in the garden frame seem to have weathered the...
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Gardeners
Jul 2, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Any potato growers out there? Advice, please. So I just completed my first season attempt at growing Irish potatoes; Yukon Gold was the variety. I started with purchased seed potatoes from a garden center. Planted late winter when the local ag ...
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Gardeners
Jun 22, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by HerbertNewsam
I am not trying to be judgemental, lol, there are different levels of sanity. I know there are, i think i tried most. Lol Nah, it is very pretty, but what do they taste like...
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Jun 6, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by HerbertNewsam
A while ago i mentioned about the rain ph. It rained to day. So i go get another sample. Here it is. The 7.6 ph test todays rain. The 7.3 ph was tap water 2 days ago. Have anyone here tried to monitor rain ph. Both are to high for good nutrient ...
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Gardeners
May 29, 2020May 2020

Posted by FrostyJim
Memorial weekend is the traditional start for our South-Central Alaska garden season. It is strange to see everybody rush to get their gardens planted as quick as possible and most garden centers will be sold out in a week. We have had several weeks ...
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Gardeners
May 21, 2020May 2020

Posted by Fernapple
When I first got this Wisteria I thought it was a big disappointment, its a form called Roseum, and it seemed pallid and dull. But now that it has grown and it is set against the dark wall, I have changed my mind.
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Gardeners
Apr 21, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
Springtime! And the chipmunks are remodeling. 😳
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Gardeners
Apr 20, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Surfpirate
Has anyone ever raised a few chickens along with their garden and if so how did it work out for you? I have been thinking about getting a dozen chicks this spring and building a chicken tractor that I can move around the lawn and also let the ...
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Gardeners
Apr 6, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by RussRAB
The latest iris to bloom. This one is Moroccan Magic. The white background kind of hides the light colored standards, but the falls are wonderful. The other plant is a wildflower in this part of the world called Blue Eyed Grass. It's part of the ...
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Gardeners
Mar 29, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by Heidi68
So for winter I put my succulents in the window behind the curtain so they could get plenty of sun & warmth. Anyway I noticed a little leaf in my orchid, thought it was something that had fallen off the plant above. Nope - I guess it was a 'seed'.......
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Gardeners
Mar 27, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by wordywalt
Will e picking my first green beans of the year this afternoon. Tomorrow, will have a meal of green beans cooked with bacon and hot skillet cornbread with a crunchy crust. Already anticipating the meal.
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Gardeners
Mar 21, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by Lorajay
Would be gardeners should never travel in Spring. My garden may never recover from my Hungarian trip. Please tell me it is not true that every weed that survives means you have another 7 years to pull that weed.
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Gardeners
Feb 17, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by Surfpirate
Has anyone tried this trick for aphid control?
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Gardeners
Jan 22, 2020Jan 2020

Posted by Allamanda
A nice idea with some 'instructions' at least for parts of N America.
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Gardeners
Jan 3, 2020Jan 2020

Posted by flower_nut
This flower smells of death. It's pollinated by flies and difficult to grow in Nova Scotia. It managed to bloom by leaving in the ground and covering with leaves over the winter. I'm assuming the bulb gets bigger each year because the flower got ...
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Gardeners
Dec 4, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by DavidDuhon
Offering something for folks to ponder--the effect of major solar flare events on human history. The most significant one that we know much about was the one in 1859 which sent the Northern lights as far south as the Caribbean and which sent sparks ...
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Gardeners
Dec 1, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by Fernapple
Each year a Christmas tree goes to the village, for display in the square. I excuse myself giving it, on the grounds that, it clears space in the garden, the logs can be burned and it is a Yule Tree celebrating the winter solstice not a xmas tree, ...
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Gardeners
Nov 22, 2019Nov 2019

Posted by Budgie
Hi all I live in the subtropic part of Australia and am hoping to get some garden beds set up and start growing some food plants. I have chickens baby dragon fruit and lemon grass at present. The possums ate my pawpaw, and mulberry plants. the ...
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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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