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Moving an Established Fig Tree. Delayed post from Nov 2017
Lilac, I am happy to see you joined Godless in the Garden. We do have fun on this site and it is a good place to deepen friendships. It doesn't matter that you are not a gardener, you are godless in the garden and that is what counts.
I enjoy you so much, I just assumed you were a gardener. I am lucky to have you as a friend.
...A beautiful and exhausted moth after a hard rain.
Our best guess this is an Imperial Moth.
Beautiful plums and mulberries, Daniel. Those mulberries remind me of a wonderful, cascading bush/tree about six feet tall that grew on the lawn of some folks in my old hilly neighborhood on Long Island's North Shore when I was a kid. Walking back from the beach, we would often duck into the bush and eat the berries. The owners never seemed to mind. Harvested my garlic today. Looks great.
Mulberries picked this morning. The variety is called Illinois Everbearing. So delicious.
The first of the Asian plums are ripe. I didnt water this tree, so they are smaller, but so full of flavor and super sweet.
I've had ages old epsom salt in my cupboard. Now, thanks to you all, I know what to do with it! I've been using ammonia nitrate to fertilize and acidify my garden (avoiding tomatoes).
I haven't set up my electric wire yet. It's a lot of work, and until I see evidence of 'coon damage, I'll wait.
Peeing bears! Oh! The horror!
Daniel and Kathy, I agree, competely.
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