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Old 04-06-2009, 10:50 AM   #16
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Old 04-06-2009, 10:55 AM   #17
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aww. have they got names Jets?


dude used to live across the way from me, he was HOT like, but he had cute gnomes outside his front. doesnt matter if they are worse for wear, shows how long you've had 'em and how they never chose to run away and stuck-out for all weather.

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Old 04-06-2009, 11:12 AM   #18
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So I decided to grow a vegetable garden this year:

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Old 04-06-2009, 03:00 PM   #19
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We actually do have a vegetable garden but they're really not all that photogenic.

It's a bit too early yet to have much to photograph around here. In another month the lilacs, crabapples, dogwoods and native wildflowers will bloom, and then there'll be something worth photographing. There's a private botanical garden a little ways away from us that we joined partly because their large collections of lilacs and crabapples look and smell so amazing when they all explode into bloom at once in May. Unfortunately, the erratic weather much of the Midwest has had lately means the crocuses, daffodils and early tulips that might otherwise be blooming right about now largely got killed off, though there are a few bedraggled-looking daffodils around, just not in my yard. The only thing that's bloomed in our yard so far was our witch hazel, which blooms in late February usually, so that's long over now.
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i found a gnome in the hedge a few months ago. i'll post pictures one day. we bought a 1/4 acre of an apparently fantastic garden. my sister rues this ALL the time. she doesn't get how someone like ME ended up with this supposedly superb yard. she raves about the soil, the condition of the plants, the natives, everything. i just like green things. if it grows, i love it. i saved a pine my neighbour was starting on with the chainsaw on the weekend. we need a home for it.

which reminds me, anyone want 3 very, very tall palm trees? they're about 20 metres.


sicy, your plants may be potbound. maybe transplant them to some larger pots and invest in a good tub and terracotta mix. they're worth saving!
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Desert Rose. (last time it bloomed) It's getting ready to bloom again right now but my cat likes to rub on the branches and he's causing it stress.

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Desert Rose. (last time it bloomed) It's getting ready to bloom again right now but my cat likes to rub on the branches and he's causing it stress.

what a beautiful flower!
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sicy, your plants may be potbound. maybe transplant them to some larger pots and invest in a good tub and terracotta mix. they're worth saving!
I'm afraid to transplant them because every time I do they die.
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Desert Rose. (last time it bloomed) It's getting ready to bloom again right now but my cat likes to rub on the branches and he's causing it stress.

This is gorgeous! Makes me wish I had a garden

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I'm afraid to transplant them because every time I do they die.
Ah well, if they're happy, there's no point Sometimes I wish I had a nice little patio or balcony garden, instead of the giant mess I have now I'll get the camera out soon and copy and upload. I've got so many threads to picspam.

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my garden in snow.
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