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  • cristina 14 Sep 2014
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    beans, beans...

    Photo-upload-415048?1410791883 first harvest of french beans.
    Overcast 10°C / 50°F
  • flowerweaver 15 Sep 2014
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    September blooms!

    Photo-upload-415069?1410799058 So many things are blooming right now! I will just show you a few of them. One of my favorite flowers is Pearl Milkweed Vine. There's a lot of it down in the creek, but this one is growing on the fence by Coop Two. It's pretty difficult to catch in flower since the flowers are green and not ea...
    Mostly Cloudy 23°C / 73°F
  • Motherhen 14 Sep 2014
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    Ho ho ho..

    Photo-upload-415071?1410803219 .. I've just had to un-archive the mistletoe planting (I thought it had washed away in all the rain we had this winter) But no, it is still hanging on.
  • Carol 20 Sep 2014
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    Wildlife in the compost bin

    I always open the compost bin lid slowly and very carefully as in the past some rather large huntsmen spiders have lived under the lid, spinning some rather large cocoons for their eggs. Being arachnophobic, I don't want them running over my hand when I lift the lid. However, the other day when...
    Mostly Cloudy 27°C / 81°F
  • Kevalsha 14 Sep 2014
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    Duckfoot coleous

    Photo-upload-415036?1410774988 This coleous was transplanted and it did not suffer any transplanting shock. Now it is growing in various places and doing very well. It is a great ground cover for shaded areas.
    Overcast 26°C / 79°F
  • GeorgeSr 20 Sep 2014
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    New boot for greenhouse #2

    Photo-upload-415470?1411238931 Looks like the rollup cover won't be needed for another week, so decided to rollup the cover and install a boot. I cut the boot out of 8 mil UV resistant black poly from Menards. I made it 16 x 110 and used tape to close the ends. If a frost is in the forecast, it's an easy task to remove the hol...
    Overcast 17°C / 63°F
  • triciafromoz 14 Sep 2014
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    Garlic! You either hate it or love it!

    I must admit, I love garlic! Not the stuff that comes from China in a white netting bag, but good old Aussie garlic, preferably home grown. Having a reasonably small block of land, and trying to grow as much as possible on it, garlic seemed a bit beyond my home gardening abilities, but a friend o...
  • diwani 14 Sep 2014
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    crumbled leaves of tree shrub .

    Someone gave me cuttings of plant a tree-shrub.it bears big round shell hard fruit about the size of volleyball.it loos like canon ball, the color resembles green honey dew.I searched the local and scientific name no matched appeared.The fruit is anti oxidant but need sweet syrup for final prepar...
  • Kevalsha 14 Sep 2014
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    Fennel Di Firenze

    One of my fennel plants is growing very close to the house by the back door. This way I can observe the caterpillars eating it. I do not blame them, fennel is so delicious and fragrant I also like eat it. There were some where between six to eight caterpillars on this plant and they left it o...
    Overcast 26°C / 79°F

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