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Echinacea From Seeds. 9.17.18
Yes, it was the rain, Spud, and there's more to come, I think.
I'm glad you're back, Spud, I hated the idea that you were carrying everything back and forth to the library.
Also saved your cute slug.
Joan, I like your picture of the "Food Forests' Living Web". I've saved it.
Hi Plinius. Was your veg seedlings drowned by heavy rain?
After a year of the hassle of accessing the internet at the library, I've finally signed-up with an internet service provider, so I can spend more time on the net from the comfort of my easy chair.
I'm ok, looking forward to the last lessons of the season next week. Just had a look in the cellar.... even more water! We really need high water thresholds and I hope they repair the pump before long! In my roof garden most of the veg seedlings drowned but the survivors are doing great.
Thanks, Chris! I am so very happy to be home.
How are you doing, after all the weather problems you had?
Kathy, I found my 1993 photo of my back yard. The little baby in arms of my daughter, Laura, is Laurie, who now has a little child about her age when this was taken.
Note the blue spruce in the background, only about three feet tall
The grass is gone and replaced with a food forest. The patio is gone and replaced with dining circle in the middle of the back yard.
Beautiful picture, Joan!
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