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Moving an Established Fig Tree. Delayed post from Nov 2017
Daniel, a beautiful zucchini.
Kathy, blues in the garden have not been easy for me to find. I look forward to you and me getting acquainted with our cameras and transporting photos to A/N. I continue to have problems. I signed up for a class to learn more.
First Zucchini of the summer. I am happy.
Kathy, would love to see your hydrangia! It's truly rewarding to grow a beautiful plant from an unpromising start. I love doing that.
I'd love to see those photos!
I've usually found it easier to remove the memory card from the camera and read it directly on my computer. Before I had a computer with card reader slots, a USB plug-in memory card reader did the trick. The card shows up as a "Removable disk", and the pictures are usually in folders like DCIM > 100NIKON (or similar).
Folks might have better advice in the group "How To Do It!"
Despite the fact we have many deer around these parts, they don't bother with my yard and garden. My SIL just hit a deer with his truck two days ago! And I saw my first Japanese beetle yesterday in my red raspberry patch. NOOOO! I have to cover my sweet potato starts with coffee cans overnight to prevent rabbits from eating them down to the ground.
Chris, I am glad to learn you turned a wretched task into an opportunity to participate with neighbors to solve the water problem. There is nothing like a strong sense of community, especially during difficult times.
Supposedly Four O'Clocks help with Japanese beetle control, the beetles eat th.... I don't know if that is true. Four O'clocks are easy to grow, but not invasive fror me.
I have 5 foot fences that deer easily and frequently jump over. My raised beds have fences that height, and most fruit trees are individually fenced, and deer do not jump into those narrow spaces.
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