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Daffodils in Bloom. 3.18.18
I don't know enough about it to help you Kathy, but you reminded me about a huge limb that blew off my neighbor's tree a few days ago. If I can think of a place to put it on my small property, I'll go collect it. It's like a medium sized tree.
Well, with all new materials, it would cost me about $90 to build a new one. Using the materials I have on hand, I could build one for about $10.
A private nurseryman is retiring and I bought one of his old 4 by 8 foot heated Cold Frames for $100. I could build a new one for half that, but I've got so much to do, that I'll never get around to it.
It should be great for starting plants early, and even growing some inside.
Randall, I too walk in the mornings. This week it was turtles - and in my garden it is toads. Just love nature's little critters. I hope yours leave you some corn. :)
My monster of a cantaloupe was okay, not as sweet as I hoped but just as good as any I've bought at store recently. I'm simply sore amazed at the amount of vines and blossoms needed to produce cucumbers. Ditto with squash. The Currant Tomatoes are not as tasty as I anticipated. Eating my very first home grown produce is simply wonderful.
Chris, it's surprising how much your kitty looks like my Abby.
I found four of them Kathy, perhaps you mean the cereus?
common name for several night-blooming plants, some with white flowers, including:
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