In the Garden----Out of the Garden

Hosted by Bob Wakeman
Group active since Thu, Aug 25, 2011


this is the place to share what you grow in the garden. How you grow it. What you do with your harvest.
The best produce is what you grow.I have had a garden for years. So if you grow a garden this is the place for you from old pro to just starting.
Lets talk abought what we grow and how we use what we grow.

My hummingbirds and orioles are back!

By Joey Wolf
Yesterday at 1:58 PM
I've put away my winter coat....again

We finally are well enough to pick up sticks and mow the yard!

Have a wonderful day

Making Progress

By Linda Smith
Monday at 11:14 AM
After week's of growing and waiting my celery finally is getting root, hope you can see this

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New visitor to our yard.

By Dorothy Curtis
Sunday at 1:21 PM
This Western Tanager has been hanging around our suet feeder for the last 2 days. This is only the 2nd or 3rd time we have seen one of these since we moved into this house 44 years ago. I love when a new bird comes to visit. Some day I would love a nicer camera that zooms so much better then the one I have.

:)

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Meyer lemon tree.

By Dorothy Curtis
Sunday at 1:18 PM
It looks like I may have a bumper crop of Meyer lemons again this year. The smell in that part of the yard is amazing!

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May day!

By Joey Wolf
Sunday at 1:17 PM
Happy first day of May! We received a May basket this morning!!! We are officially old. lol I remember doing this for the elderly when we were kids.......Oh my!

Happy Arbor Day

By Linda Smith
Friday at 10:15 AM
My flowering crab apple tree planted about 4 years ago going to get a trim this year.

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Happy Arbor Day

By Linda Smith
Friday at 10:13 AM
My flowering crab apple tree planted about 4 years ago going to get a trim this year.

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Tomatoes?

By Susan Feliciano
Sunday, April 24 at 4:20 PM
It's time for me to put my tomato plants in again.
What variety of tomatoes do you avid gardeners recommend?
I want something that bears early, and prolifically; and they don't have to be huge.

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