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Summer Seed Plantinbg Experiment: Perennial flowers. 7.14.18
It's a beauty, Spud, I hope you'll have plenty of fruit!
I was happy to see my apricot tree, that I planted last year, full of flowers a month ago, and lots of little apricots on it now:
Both dark purple ones.
Daniel, I like the white Iris, and the dark purple one.
Daniel, your new avatar photo reveals a happy, rested face. I hope I read your smile accurately. I like it!
All the flowers, vegetable gardens and skills sharing feels like spring has sprung. My lilacs, tulips, forget-me-nots, bloom in all their glory. The roses survived the strange winter. I have lots of weeds to pull and the recent rains will help.
Ten gallons of chicken poop should arrive tomorrow to start composting next years humus.
It is still too cold to have breakfast outside.
I'll try them! Health? You haven't seen the traffic twelve metres lower, Daniel, but there's no escaping from that - not for me. I think my system is used to pollution - on the days I travel to a friend 30 km. from here I get seriously sunburnt.
I found collard greens from roots that survived the winter - any reason why I shouldn't eat them?
Rhodies are out.
Gee Cenek, are you that much more ahead in growing weather than Indiana? Impressive.
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