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Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Joan, good luck with those flower seeds!  I hope you will keep us posted! The cleome, bachelors' buttons, and cosmos have not germinated yet, but it's only a few days.  With weather in the 90s, they may not grow.  Also true…"
2 hours ago
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Joan, thank you for the reminder about dead heading.  I have some roses that need it now.  The daylilies have only just begun to bloom.  This year, I want to taste-test to see which daylily flowers taste better.  Last year, I…"
2 hours ago
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Joan, deer and rabbits are big factors in my garden.  I don't want to have everything in fences.  So I experiment.  It looks like neither will eat zinnias, cosmos, marigolds.  I was surprised that daylilies are not touched,…"
yesterday
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Joan, thank you for the info about dinosaurs.  Such interesting reading!  There's an interesting book, called "The Ghosts of Evolution", regarding plants that the author calls "Evolutionary anachronisms".  She…"
yesterday
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Patricia, I would love to go to a fossil museum. One of these days.. In my garden, I also have a number of ginkgo trees, which were also known from their fossil history, before they were known in person, and which were also found in China.  I…"
Tuesday
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"The dawn redwood photo didn't load.  Trying again. Dawn Redwoods were discovered in 1948 in Modaoxi, Hubei, China.  Before that, they were known from fossils from the Cretaceous to Miocene eras.  There were Tyrannosaurus rex,…"
Tuesday
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Patricia, Rick's garden is impressive! I can't grow some of those things. Some I can. Aren't water features nice? We have one too, a series of old-looking jugs with water pouring from one to the other. Those sounds are peaceful. You…"
Monday
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Thank you Patricia.  This year I haven't been able to keep up as well, and the kitchen garden has some failures.  But still lots of good stuff.  Among other things, I'm also delivering for meals on wheels, and there's…"
Monday
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Picked the first mulberries of the year today.  They are a favorite.  Second photo is paw paws developing on a tree I planted in 2012.  If they ripen this fall, they will be my first paw paw crop.  Third photo is tomato…"
Monday
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Thank you Joan.  It's fun growing them for the first time.  They seem to be flourishing, so I guess they have plenty of flies.  They don't tolerate fertilizer salts in their roots, but they can get a boost from very dilute…"
Saturday
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"We have lots of spiders too!  And hummingbirds, who eat flies.  The carnivorous plants are just for fun.  I havent been able to grow parsnips or cantaloupes either.   Too cool for cantaloupes.  There is a variety…"
Jun 13
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Hi Patricia, I'm always trying something different.  I decided that I like the pitcher plants best, partly because of size.  This venus flytrap is very cool to look at, but quite small.  It is fun to catch a fly and place it into…"
Jun 13
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Randy, you've got your family working hard!  And they will have a beautiful heritage, when the trees are mature.  Since they are unusual, here is my collection of carnivorous plants.  Most are American pitcher plant…"
Jun 12
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"I think some new sweet corns are better in Northwestern  climate than most of the older types. I read that sweet corn just plain doesnt grow here so didnt try for many years.  I have good success with Trinity planted earlier and Bodaceous…"
Jun 8
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Patricia, thank you for the sweet corn info!   I will watch for those.  I may have one or two batches left to plant.  I plant about 25 seeds every 2 weeks to spread out the harvest. Here are community garden plots at the Senior…"
Jun 8
Loam Gnome commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"I would love to know what variety sweet corn Rick is growing.  I’m growinf Trinity, Bodaceous, and a cool short season yellow I forget the name.  I have Tristar strawberries but havent tasted any yet."
Jun 8

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