working on the garden
I just wanted to start a new one. I want to extend great thanks to GGG( the hottie), squirrel, Vickie, shot and JMZ and all the others who read along and were inspired by us boisterous folk; AND the ones who wanted to remain shy( go ahead and register and post you slackers!)
The last thread was awesome, but the title was too daring. Here goes again
I like the sound of your new projects. It sounds like you need some good workers to do in some weekends and make some good work for you.
What sort of trees will you plant for a border? I imagine you mean fast growing sound proof trees. Would Magnolias do? I have several four footers I can dig and bring over.( wild locations) What else might work?
I myself am hand watering too, but also I have cool neighbors, plus I never over water so I never got the police called for my watering last year.
This year with my improved rain barrel ideas I wonÂt have to worry about anything at all( hopefully)
a nice melon or what!
Did you grow that one?
Where about do you live?
Post a pic of more of what you do!
Did anyone else loose some seedlings to Sundays MAJOR downpours? I swear two of our gutters gave way and there was a river in my backyardÂ It was a mighty wakeup call. Plus my rain barrel is overfull!
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Further more, to stick to subject.
On the subject, I picked up three blueberry bushes and two golden fall raspberries.. I am happy to see what they do in four years. PLUS I one upped my seedling supply and peat pots with more herbs and more!
My mother( of whom I live with as well as my father, brother and his GF) says that I need to clean off the kitchen table! Right now it has a huge pineapple plant, three avocado trees and more herbs on it.. I will have to make do and move my stuff.
Ended up replanting about 15 volunteer anise hyysop today, I placed them around my applie tree and did a sweet border with my hand-made adobe bricks( I love the look these give)
Right now I need to put some stuff on hold, unfortunately. I am planning to build a greenhouse this summer for next year so I don't have all these space issues I am dealing with now.
I keep saying I need the spring. I WANT THE HEAT!
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