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

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Aug 25, 2021Aug 2021

Posted by OldGoat43
‘World’s Worst Invasive Weed’ Sold at Many U.S. Garden CentersBanned by federal and state regulators, many invasive plants are still being sold at garden centers, nurseries and online retailers nationwide Homeowners head ...
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Gardeners
Aug 17, 2021Aug 2021

Posted by Lorajay
Thanks to Google lens I was able to identify the new aquatic weed I found down by the lake. If the weather man is right I should soon be able to mow all the way around it down to the edge of the lake. I don't want to mow it down because I think it's ...
4 comments
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
Jul 20, 2021Jul 2021

Posted by OldGoat43
Invasive giant beauty,Reynoutria sachalinensis (giant knotweed or Sakhalin knotweed. The shoots are tender and edible. It was introduced to Europe and grown in many botanic gardens. It came prominently into notice about 1893, ...
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Gardeners
Jun 12, 2021Jun 2021

Posted by Fernapple
Growing a few weeds in my garden. This is the common Orange Hawkweed, Hieracium aurantiacum, or Fox and Cubs, for obvious reasons. It may only be a wild weed, but it does make a show.
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Gardeners
May 25, 2021May 2021

Posted by FrostyJim
I am glad that Wasilla banned plastic grocery bags... but what do you do with all of the paper sacks that you saved? I put them down in my garden and cover with mulch for weed control. This is my Gooseberry bed.
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Gardeners
Apr 13, 2021Apr 2021

Posted by Fernapple
When is it a plant, when a wildflower and when a weed ? I photographed this on a bank outside a garden near me. The gardener is obviously not bothering with the daisy and dandelion, which are coming up alongside the primroses, and I think the neglect...
10 comments
Gardeners
Mar 1, 2021Mar 2021

Posted by JackPedigo
This is a honey bee. The pollen on her legs is from dandelions. Her tongue is sticking out due to what killed her that was on the dandelions. It’s spring, dandelions are the bees first food. This bee is dead from weed killer spread on what we see...
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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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Posts
Aug 27, 2020Aug 2020

Posted by Heidi68
Some call it a weed but I love Honeysuckle! What a delicious smell.
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Gardeners
Jul 6, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by JackPedigo
Some time ago the electrical company dug up my driveway entrance to bury a cable. They covered everything with gravel. Some time later a 'weed' erupted which I wanted to pull but always forgot. Then it bloomed and a close friend who came by to help ...
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Gardeners
Jun 29, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by FrayedBear
Seeing how healthy this kale looked the other night I stripped a few leaves to add to my evening soup. It was very tender. The recent rain has not only brought on many of the plants but also I notice weed in the bottom left of the pot. Gives a nice ...
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Gardeners
Jun 20, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by Fernapple
I encourage quite a lot of wildflowers in the garden. This is a favourite, even though some people think of it as a weed. Orange Hawk Weed, or Fox And Cubs, Hieracium brunneocroceum. It gives me no trouble and looks great at about a foot high. The ...
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Gardeners
Jun 15, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by NoPlanetB
Weed and grass killer tip... vinegar. A neighbor noticed some grass was working it's way between my pavers and said that pouring or spraying with plain old vinegar would kill them as it's an acid. Very inexpensive too, $2 a gallon. So I tried it. I ...
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Gardeners
Jun 11, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by Surfpirate
Wild gardening is more my style than prim and proper English gardening with everything labeled in neat, weed free rows. Weeding is mainly done with an electric weed trimmer and a bit of hand pulling for the really tough cases. The aliums are ...
12 comments
Gardeners
May 16, 2020May 2020

Posted by JackPedigo
Just got word of a new Netflix show called “The big Flower Fight.” looks really interesting.
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Posts
May 16, 2020May 2020

Posted by Gustav
I have a good dilemma due to my neglect of my garden last fall. Half of it is covered in this flowering weed and it full of bumblebees. I do not want to hurt the bumblebee habitat so it would be helpful if I could locate there nests. There population...
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Posts
May 11, 2020May 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
Definition: weed vs wildflower. I can't really tell the difference. 😎🍷
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Gardeners
Apr 28, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Fernapple
The garlic mustard is just coming into flower in the rough hedge bottom adjoining my neighbors field. It is a very common weed in the UK, but I like the very neat geometric arrangement of the leaves (see photo) and the heads of white flowers. It also...
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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...
4 comments
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.
3 comments
Gardeners
Feb 22, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by RussRAB
Henbit could probably best be described as a weed. It grows wild here in North Texas in the yard and the garden. But I have grown fond pf these little flowers. The color is pretty, the shape of the flower is interesting even if it is quite small. ...
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Gardeners
Feb 22, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by RussRAB
Henbit could probably best be described as a weed. It grows wild here in North Texas in the yard and the garden. But I have grown fond pf these little flowers. The color is pretty, the shape of the flower is interesting even if it is quite small. ...
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Gardeners
Oct 31, 2019Oct 2019

Posted by Lablady1946
I moved here a year ago and other than trees I have a blank canvas. Having gone overboard in the past I'm limiting myself a bit. I built four planter boxes 4' x 1' x 1' for annuals that I don't have to weed. I have another bed about 15' x 2' for ...
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Gardeners
Oct 13, 2019Oct 2019

Posted by Redheadedgammy
While out watering today I saw many cattapillers on my milk weed, and one getting ready to make its cocoon.
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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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