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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.

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

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1 week ago1w

Posted by of-the-mountain
World Naked Gardening Day is May 1st in it’s 16 year!!!
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Gardeners
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Triphid
My next attempt for my gardens, a Sturt's Desert Rose. It is a native bush that grows to approx. 8-10 feet in height, like its counterpart it is a Desert plant that hates being over-watered, is as tough as old boot leather, once it has grown, to kill...
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Gardeners
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by wordywalt
Piked my first black heirloom tomatoes of he year today -- 4 full sized and 5 plum sized! Will have a delicious salad for inner tonight.
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Gardeners
Jan 15Jan 15

Posted by Jolanta
On my morning walk I came across these gorgeous flowers.
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Dec 21, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by AnonySchmoose
What is your impression of the garden planted by 'The Gardener?' "Shortly before his passing at the age of 86, influential gardener and horticulturalist Frank Cabot recounted his personal quest for perfection at Les Quatre...
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Gardeners
Nov 13, 2020Nov 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
Bulbs recovered from one of our outlying garden beds. Dahlia, elephant ear, and "triffids". Probably the last day for drying outside as it's dropping into the mid twenties tonight.
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Gardeners
Nov 7, 2020Nov 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
One coat of stain applied. Its 72°F here and sunny in November. Very unusual. Tomorrow I'll brush a coat of polyurethane on this. After it dries.... into a garden bed.
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Gardeners
Oct 31, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by Besalbub
My orange tree lost some fruit during the blow yesterday , I don't know if they will ever ripen . I can see some new green fruit there too . A hummingbird moth feeding on my ginger Lilly's . The second photo you can see the feeding tube entering the ...
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Gardeners
Aug 10, 2020Aug 2020

Posted by MightyMax
With the weather being lovely and amazing sunshine in the south west of England, its been a perfect getting jobs in the garden and harvesting it'brings positivity and relaxation into our lives
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Gardeners
Jul 23, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by MarkWD
My largest bromeliad, an Alcantarea imperialis 'Rubra' from Brazil, started pushing up a bloom spike this year. I've had this plant for ten to 15 years, I'm not such a good record keeper. I first noticed it at the beginning of June. [First two ...
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Gardeners
Jun 22, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by FrayedBear
Looking for something different from Australia?
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Gardeners
Jun 10, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by RussRAB
A couple surprise blooms around the yard and a few others. The first flower is a perennial hibiscus. I bought two but didn't expect them to survive to the next year. They sometimes don't survive the winter here and I left them in the container they ...
3 comments
Gardeners
May 15, 2020May 2020

Posted by Surfpirate
Grow a garden if you love fresh food, wholesome food, economical food and getting dirty. :)
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Gardeners
May 13, 2020May 2020

Posted by Fernapple
The Lily of the Valley, Convallaria majalis, is in flower in the garden now. It started years ago as just a couple of plants and just kept spreading, it is a native wild flower in Britain and seems happy here with me. The flowering season is not ...
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Gardeners
May 10, 2020May 2020

Posted by NoPlanetB
My rose I bought last fall has really come out of it's shell. I cut it back in January and moved it away from the wall. It's a Princess Charlene de Monaco and the fragrance is potent.
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Gardeners
Apr 29, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by HerbertNewsam
I imagine many of you out doing something similar. It is spring. Yea. Cleaning up the Yucca's, Snowballs ready to burst, the thyme needs harvested today, strawberries and blueberries looking good. How is everyone's day going?
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Gardeners
Apr 22, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Fernapple
It seems its Earth Day, and we have to celebrate the things we do for nature. Well, I don't do a lot but when I create a garden it usually turns out very untidy, which I am told is a really good thing. Though I don't do it only because its good, ...
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Gardeners
Apr 10, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Jolanta
Round about in Perth filled with gorgeous plants.
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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 ...
4 comments
Gardeners
Feb 14, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by tinkercreek
It's that sweet daphne time of year!
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Gardeners
Feb 12, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by dede18
interesting article, from respected source ... The clever glass box that reshaped the world
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Gardeners
Dec 8, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by Shaggy2018
Picked peppers
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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 3, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by Fernapple
The Mahonia bealei ( It may be Mahonia x media, help with that would be appreciated.) is coming into flower now in the garden, it is I think one of the best winter flowers, with the almost perfect rosettes of flower spikes on top of the foliage ...
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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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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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