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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.

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Especially true if you have "gardening" cats:
Posted by By bigpawbullets | 6 comments | Down By The Clear Creek, USA | Last Jan 17, 2019
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Western Monarch butterfly population is crashing, threatening extinction. Ack!!! [www-m.cnn.com]
Posted by By MikeInBatonRouge | 5 comments | Baton Rouge, USA | Last Jan 17, 2019
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I might try this. [shareably.net]
Posted by By Hathacat | 6 comments | IL, USA | Last Jan 17, 2019
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Any suggestions on a humane way of keeping cats out of flower beds? I'm tired of them using the beds as a litter box.
Posted by By mikebeed | 9 comments | MO, USA | Last Jan 17, 2019
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Cleared some land for a tiny house. Will be planting some edibles as soon as the prebuilt cabin/barn Arrives [youtu.be]
Posted by By Donto101 | 1 comments | Webster, USA | Last Jan 16, 2019
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This is an exciting time, we are looking for a farm to buy in GA near Atlanta. Cannot wait to get going with the planting. This will be a Hobby Farm. We are thinking large vegetable patch, greenhouse ...
Posted by By AlexRam | 4 comments | GA, USA | Last Jan 17, 2019
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After several months of masonry work, a first for me, I finally got 4 and a half cubic yards of topsoil delivered...a mix of standard planting mix and a formula just for roses. Delivered last ...
Posted by By MikeInBatonRouge | 14 comments | Baton Rouge, USA | Last Jan 15, 2019
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I'm setting up my gardening boxes on my new sun porch . I brought in some of my compost , which is moist , dark , and seems too heavy to me . It wants to clump , if I squeeze a handful of it . I ...
Posted by By Cast1es | 10 comments | Houston, USA | Last Jan 15, 2019
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We are lucky here in the UK, in that the climate means that we can grow and naturalize Snowdrops, ( Galanthus ). Just coming through now, like an early promise of spring in mid winter.
Posted by By Fernapple | 7 comments | UK | Last Jan 13, 2019
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Stores have just received the bulbs for the year, so bought a bunch . Cleared the first of my window boxes , added about 1/4 compost , mixed thoroughly , and began layering in the bulbs , when I ...
Posted by By Cast1es | 6 comments | Houston, USA | Last Jan 11, 2019
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Look at this! [facebook.com]
Posted by By Hathacat | 9 comments | IL, USA | Last Jan 9, 2019
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I would like to welcome all the new members to the group. I look forward to seeing what you are growing.
Posted by By Donto101 | 3 comments | Webster, USA | Last Jan 8, 2019
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I would like to welcome all the new members to the group. I look forward to seeing what you are growing.
Posted by By Donto101 | 3 comments | Webster, USA | Last Jan 8, 2019
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Here is how we built the quail pen over the compost. Should make for some great compost. [youtu.be]
Posted by By Donto101 | 4 comments | Webster, USA | Last Jan 8, 2019
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One of the problems of living in the south is that you have to mow the grass in the winter, not looking forward to it. The real estate agent spread winter rye grass to make the house more attractive....
Posted by By glennlab | 13 comments | TX, USA | Last Jan 7, 2019
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I collected s fourth load of cotton burrs today. Lotsa compost for some neglected soil.
Posted by By farmboy2017 | 3 comments | TX, USA | Last Jan 6, 2019
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Yellowstone prism spring near sunset on a slight breezy day, (1-3), thank goodness for zoom lenses (4)
Posted by By glennlab | 8 comments | TX, USA | Last Jan 7, 2019
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Here are a few random flowers from this year. 1-4 Bee Balm double flower 5-Astral Voyager daylily 6-Candy Cane Dreams daylily 7-Fuschia Fashion daylily 8-Mauna Loa daylily 9-Rosemary Whitacre ...
Posted by By flower_nut | 8 comments | Canada | Last Jan 8, 2019
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These were taken in 2017. Do you like the trellis for the honeysuckle?
Posted by By flower_nut | 12 comments | Canada | Last Jan 6, 2019
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I think you will like this one if only because he is such a keen young man. [youtube.com]
Posted by By Fernapple | 4 comments | UK | Last Jan 7, 2019
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Finally blooming.
Posted by By Zoohome | 8 comments | FL, USA | Last Jan 3, 2019
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Two shots from Olbrich Botanical Gardens Conservancy, featuring a blooming Alocasia and an Amaryllis "Red Lion"
Posted by By Leafhead | 4 comments | WI, USA | Last Jan 4, 2019
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Anyone have any suggestions on fertilizer for marijuana? For soil, not hydro. We legalized it here in Michigan, so I’m gonna start growing. Thanks!
Posted by By Flexymorals | 12 comments | MI, USA | Last Jan 2, 2019
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Saw this north of Lubbock. Field after field of tillage radish cover crops. I couldn't tell if it was a polycultural crop with cereal grain. In any case it was nice to see alot of cotton farmers ...
Posted by By farmboy2017 | 4 comments | TX, USA | Last Jan 2, 2019
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I used to have a garden; but I retired and moved to a condo on the beach; and had to give it up...but not for long. First I discovered a local group that took care of a "memorial garden" just a few ...
Posted by By Robecology | 8 comments | Ft. Pierce, Fl On The Beach, USA | Last Jan 1, 2019


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