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May In Your Garden

Posted: 16/05/2012 at 20:13

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May In Your Garden

Posted: 13/05/2012 at 21:08

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the cat and the crow

May In Your Garden

Posted: 13/05/2012 at 21:07

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May In Your Garden

Posted: 13/05/2012 at 20:58

gardenfantic-the main paths are pea gravel on top of 6 inches of sand-plants love seeding in that-the other paths are manufactured stone in various shapes which allow for curves-and yes the sun ordinarily shines every day all day from april until october

May In Your Garden

Posted: 13/05/2012 at 20:53

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May In Your Garden

Posted: 13/05/2012 at 19:26

how the garden looked on the day i got home. sobering but comforting that the garden does so well in my absence. of course the sweet friends who watered and watched while i was gone are beyond praise. the weather here in reno was wonderful and it looks as though things improved in the u.k. hostas absolutely flawless even sieboldiana and jade cascade.

May In Your Garden

Posted: 13/05/2012 at 19:21

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May In Your Garden

Posted: 13/05/2012 at 19:21

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May In Your Garden

Posted: 13/05/2012 at 19:20

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May In Your Garden

Posted: 07/05/2012 at 04:00

grain amaranth for dinner tonight-don't think a. caudatus which i grow is the same-tasty in an odd way but perhaps an acquired taste-from the same part of south america as quinoa. tomorrow the kaibab plateau and grand canyon and then home to the garden.

Discussions started by david spikes

my favorite succulent

dudleyas  
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Last Post: Yesterday at 20:04

hot composting

compost heaping 
Replies: 6    Views: 256
Last Post: 20/11/2014 at 22:30

what color is your garden

late bloomers 
Replies: 4    Views: 189
Last Post: 24/10/2014 at 14:44

along came a spider

i'd run away too 
Replies: 9    Views: 230
Last Post: 23/10/2014 at 16:04

autumn crocus

do you grow them 
Replies: 4    Views: 164
Last Post: 29/08/2014 at 08:27

dahlias dahling

show us your best 
Replies: 49    Views: 1703
Last Post: 03/10/2014 at 16:44

whats cooking from the garden

its all good 
Replies: 1    Views: 140
Last Post: 24/08/2014 at 15:00

sunflower seeds

and the pear tree is full of birds cooing and twittering 
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Last Post: 23/08/2014 at 18:14

phlox paniculata

would that they were mine 
Replies: 28    Views: 736
Last Post: 26/08/2014 at 13:26

clematis tie dyed

great blue variegation first of its type 
Replies: 1    Views: 131
Last Post: 16/07/2014 at 17:54

what were they thinking of

Replies: 17    Views: 457
Last Post: 26/06/2014 at 18:18

overachievers

great thread on underachievers. think we need to balance it. do you have something which has gone gonzo this year after fiddling about forever? 
Replies: 15    Views: 430
Last Post: 06/06/2014 at 16:33

just curious

usa/britain 
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Last Post: 04/04/2012 at 20:47

searching for seeds

stuff i want 
Replies: 1    Views: 621
Last Post: 29/02/2012 at 23:53

Talkback: Dieback on Leyland cypress hedges

it looks like improper trimming or it could be spider mites if they are the soft evergreen curse in the uk that thet are in nev. 
Replies: 4    Views: 700
Last Post: 08/05/2012 at 10:26
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