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Location: Planet Earth
Latest Activity: 4 hours ago
Moving an Established Fig Tree. Delayed post from Nov 2017
Interesting post about snakes.
Starting some flower seeds now. Zinnias, Marigolds, Four O'clocks. I think these will be deer and rabbit resistant. Germination for the Four O'clocks was poor, maybe 5%, but the marigolds look more like 100%. Just planted zinnias yesterday.
Kathy, I've noticed some other normally blue flowers that develop white sports. Scilla seems to do that, and violets. Also grape hyacinths. They must lose the blue gene or something.
Spud, I do seem to be tree obsessed. I found some offshoots of an aspen tree today and transplanted two. They had pretty meager roots, so who knows if they will survive. This winter a deer rubbed off some cypress branches, so I pruned a small piece to about a foot and stuck it into the ground about 6 inches deep. Now that's growing nicely too. Now to find a place for it.
Today was nice, so was yesterday. We mowed and mowed, then I hoed and hoed. Now the potatoes, onions, and garlic are all weed free for a while. I also turned over the soil for the sweet corn and tomatoes. Gardening season is definitely here.
I have a patch of bluebells where a few show up white now and then.
The number of trees you have is a lot more than I imagined. You should be called "Treeman".
That Ginkgo tree you're standing under is amazing. It looks to be 40 or 50 feet high.
That duck is so cute, and it looks to be my favorite color, light yellow-green.
oops, forgot photo.
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