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Randy, you don't sound like you're boasting when you talk about your garden or show pictures of it.
Daniel, you've encouraged me to continue posting here. I sometimes feel I'm boasting when I talk about my yard and garden (despite envy of yours). Not everybody is so lucky to have space and time to work in a garden. I certainly enjoy your photos and reading about your progress. I may have to invite myself out to see everything first hand! Keep those post a-coming.
Daniel, while I love gardening, I'm not as serious about it as you are. I might check out those gardening sites you mentioned, but if I get envious of what you do, imagine how I'd feel reading about a whole bunch of other great gardeners! Will you continue blogging on "Growing Greener"?
And I'm with you in avoiding certain discussion issues. I don't need to be aggravated.
A good way to be, for sure.
That is why Daniel like plants so much! He tolerated my tirades as long as he could before he told me his boundaries.
One of the things I like about Daniel is he is honest and straightforward with his feelings and wishes.
I've not heard any plant argue about religion or politics. They tend to keep their opinions to themselves & just do the growing thing.
Daniel, I see you are getting serious about not wanting the political and religious discussions. I promised you long ago that I would not post such items on this site and I surely hope that I lived up to my pledge. I renew my vow to keep such topics off of this site.
In the meantime, I expect to get updates on your exceptional garden activity on Godless in the Garden.
Thanks for the links to helpfulgardener.com & GrowingFruit.org. I will be seeing you there, too.
Good to have you back, Daniel. I wish I could grow kumquats here.
I planted a bag of 20 tulip bulbs the other day (from Aldi of all places!) They had daffodils, too. Maybe next visit.
Joan, you might be interested to know that SIL Nate spent a week in New York state and into Canada touring vegetable farms with a group from Purdue. He said it was interesting, a mix of good and not so good operations. I'm sure he'll benefit from the experience. And I hope he'll write about the trip in his Silverthorn farm newsletter.
No frost here yet. Right now it's 40 F, the coldest so far. 37 F is predicted for the next couple of days.
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