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Moving an Established Fig Tree. Delayed post from Nov 2017
Kathy, I haven't raised moon flowers. Are they like morning glorys, only maybe bigger, and white? I have raised morning glories.
Sweet corn has tassles and silks now. Maybe there will be some after all.
We got more plums and mulberries this week. It's strange, now that I'm getting more fruit, I seem to have less taste for sweet food. Hasn't gone away completely, but not as much.
The onions, that I grew from seeds this winter, are huge. I've never seen such big onions. Interesting.
I eat potatoes every day. Now all of them are home grown. It's a nice feeling.
I've never heard of a moonflower. I'll have to google it.
It's finally dried out enough where I can do some garden weeding. My beets were "hidden", not only because of the weeds, but rabbits love beet leaves.
I've allowed spinach to go to seed. And did you know you can eat the seed pods of radish plants gone to seed? They taste just like regular radishes.
Kathy - I love moonflowers. Don't have any here, but a friend back in the Midwest who was a landscaper had some wonderful specimens. I'd say they're magical but I guess that's not politically correct for atheists.
Daniel, thanks for sharing the dosage info on epsom salts. I'm going to give it a try. (In the garden)
Cool stamps, Spud.
New US stamps coming out August 3rd:
Kathy, I don't think I've ever been anywhere that was that humid. I'm glad I live in a dry climate. I just installed an evaporative (swamp) cooler, which wouldn't work in a moist climate.
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