The Growth Within

Discussion in 'Gardening' started by The Gorn, Dec 16, 2017.

  1. #61 The Gorn, Aug 27, 2018
    Last edited: Aug 28, 2018
    Actually this might qualify for that scrap weed pile Brass alluded to.
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  2. The current swirl.
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  5. Having a make over on the house unfortunately entails a lot of stomping around in my garden.
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  6. The odd squad; seven castaways who've found their Shangri La IMG_20180919_073939.jpg IMG_20180919_073954.jpg IMG_20180919_074006.jpg
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    The way I see the world.
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  8. What a gorgeous way to see the world :inlove:
  9. Hastily sketched with details selective
    a quick draw Quixote from the windmill's perspective
  10. This is Ground Control to Major Tom
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  11. With a bit of creative shelving the small greenhouse is handling nearly all of the dainties while big one is already accommodating the more expansive efforts. A bit ahead of any cold snap here but everything seems to love the more humid environment so far. This leaves a pretty colorless display for the front yard with only the native greenery that I've tried to containerize to plan for reassignment to other spots in the yard come Spring. Standing sentinel on the sunny side of the large one are my pair of raspberries flanking a blackberry that is exploding with vines but as yet no buds.
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  12. The prospect of several more months before the true cold hits here while all my dainties languish in the greenhouses proved too bland for the bold new paint job on the house. And so, a wave of fresh Fall suited pansies and dwarf snapdragons along with a store bought infusion of monkey grass all for under $30 and enough to occupy my entire afternoon off getting re-potted.
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  13. I cloned the tops off the remaining Tomato plants so we'll see how that turns out. Time to start more winter veggies. Carrots and beets do well so more of them and a few pots of Radishes to get done..
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