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Summer Seed Plantinbg Experiment: Perennial flowers. 7.14.18
Chris, I don't know, but I like your beautiful garden. That tayberry has recovered nicely from it's dumpster grave. Good for you!
And now the question for the real gardeners:
in the middle my famous tayberry, rescued from a dumpstore last year. As you see it's almost 3 metres high and won't stop there, but only one branch has started to flower so far. Should I prune the other branches, or let it grow on until the neighbour calls for help?
New form of bacteria discovered
I doubt this is immediately relevant to our gardens but I'm not sure where else to put it. Enjoy.
Kathy, I live in the city, and don't like the spraying that's done here. I grow things to eat next to the alley, so I get rid of the weeds between my plants and the alley, as soon as they appear, so my produce doesn't get sprayed.
Randy, just a quick thought, I am late for a Drs appt.
I toss my weeds with dirt hanging on them into an old wheelbarrow that has holes in it and then use water to blast dirt off. Kind of like placer mining.
Another technique is put them in a wheelbarrow and let them dry out and then knock off the soil.
Kathy, that's great news about your living soil.
Daniel's corn makes me hungry. I'll plant some next year.
That slug looks pretty lively to me. And very cute. Another one I saved.
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