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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.

Posts Tagged "species" By Donto101 (310) Posts by members only

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Posted by Surfpirate
I probably should have started these a few months ago, under a grow light but maybe they will still take. :D
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Dec 6, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Heathen Gardener Kvetch time! Not to sound negative(though I will), but to share an observation, I have spent a significant chunk of free time over the past couple of years watching various you tube videos on sustainability and permaculture ...
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Jul 24, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by MarkWD
I know I have a number of Eucomis comosa 'Burgundy Sparkler' and some more 'Oakhurst' which look quite a bit alike. So I googled to see how I might tell them apart and found this discussion from a British nursery calld Tropical...
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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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Jul 14, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by Mooolah
My gardening consists of removing & preventing invasive species on my properties. Plant natives & see how easy gardening is. 2 acre prairie requires mowing or burning once every 3 years or so to keep the tree invasion down. 1 acre oak savannah ...
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May 15, 2020May 2020

Posted by MarkWD
Some flowers blooming now in my California garden. The first is a very hardy species rose that is fairly new to me Rosa glauca. The second is a bold lily I picked up at Costco with the pineapple lily Eucomis 'Burgandy Sparkler' backing it up. The ...
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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 10, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by TrailRider
Species Tulips and Grecian Windflowers... Sunny day before the forecasted snow this weekend.
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Apr 5, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Fernapple
More wildflowers photographed in Portugal a few weeks ago, when we could still travel. The Cistus, also known as Sun or Rock Roses grow everywhere and flower from March onward. They have no thorns but grey felted leaves. The white one is C. ...
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Mar 27, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by MarkWD
I got some feedback on a less ambitious video on Facebook so I slowed down the movement of the camera and included the entire side and back garden. It starts at near the bottom of the driveway and eventually heads toward the NW corner of our lot. ...
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Feb 25, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by JackPedigo
I love odd plants. My favorite is the Monkey Puzzle Tree, I also have red hot pokers, Vodoo Lillies and what’s known as ‘Ovens Wattle’. A friend sent me another picture of what’s known as a Cootamundra wattle or Acacia...
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Feb 17, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by Allamanda
Loved this article - some of these plants I've only eaten once or twice, or not seen in years!
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Feb 16, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Uh oh, just realized the prominantly featured specimen tree in my neighbor's front yard just 10 feet from my property and another literally against my back yard fence but in the other nextdoor neighbor's yard are Chinese Tallo trees, near the top of ...
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Oct 8, 2019Oct 2019

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
Question: who here has ever used mycorrhizal fungi concentrate in your garden? What was your experience? I saw a youtube gardening video extoling its virtues, and I took the plunge and ordered a small supply. Now I am wondering if it is all hype ...
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Gardeners
Jul 5, 2019Jul 2019

Posted by DotLewis
Mystery vine. I have serious vines in the garden and asparagus patch this year. They came up volunteer and my best guess is that I accidentally put some seeds from something into my compost pot. I added compost to the garden this spring and pretty ...
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Gardeners
Jul 2, 2019Jul 2019

Posted by bigpawbullets
So. @leafhead . I've not noticed this fellow in our gardens before. Any idea as to the species?
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Apr 10, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by meowmom
(Crossposting because I don't see any groups that mention chickens) Yardbird question, in case anyone here knows about such things... Once a rooster is removed from the flock, how long before any fertilized eggs are not his? Thanks :)
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Mar 9, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
I have lately been smitten by the idea of trying to help the threatened Monarch butterfly population by planting milkweed wherever possible. There are a ton of youtube videos on the subject. I particularly like what Paul Lund of ...
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Gardeners
Dec 3, 2018Dec 2018

Posted by bigpawbullets
We've 2 species of woodpeckers that seem to really like sunflower seeds. Anyone else see this odd behavior??
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Jun 23, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by kenriley
From the garden to the table. Zucchini Bread
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May 23, 2018May 2018

Posted by blueskies
Anyone into native species for their area? i'm in the nw corner of sc and would like info on natives for hummers, butterflies and just the beauty and sweet smell of them. hoping to find bloomers that take turns so there is something going all the ...
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May 6, 2018May 2018

Posted by HippieChick58
Does anyone keep a worm box?
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May 5, 2018May 2018

Posted by Untamedshrew
Natural weeding tip! Notice when a species blooms, and then focus on removing that one type for a week or two when it's easier to spot. I had a terrible attack of thistle and was able to end it in two seasons.
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Gardeners
May 5, 2018May 2018

Posted by Untamedshrew
I grow several types of berries for the birds and I. I've slowly been turning my almost an acre yard into a sanctuary for birds and insects by planting many natives (milkweed and aster are popular) and decreasing my lawn. I've enjoyed seeing the ...
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Apr 25, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by Spinliesel
Failed House Wren Nests I thought there was a Bird group but could not find it. Two days ago, these two house wren nests landed on the porch railing. They were stacked on top of each other on the lintel of the porch post. Birds were flying in and ...
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Posted by bigpawbulletsColeus collection moved outside. Lots of re-potting needed here!

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!

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