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Arianrhod 
Posted: 08-Jul-2004, 09:47 AM
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What colour is your bee balm Maggie?
Mine finally took !
Its two years old, I had planted it in a metal bucket...
then planted the bucket..
its the lovliest shade of pink...
What sort of coriopsis Maggie?
My moonbeam comes yearly..
but the pink seems to take a year off sometimes...


I think a seed exchange would be fantastic !
For me, the very best part of gardening is sharing smile.gif
I love looking out at something and saying.
Oh, thats from so and so's garden...
and some of my relatives have givien me plants as gifts...
Day lillies mostly.. I sort of have a passion for those..
I can not think of a better present!

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Posted: 08-Jul-2004, 03:06 PM
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Summer is glorious! I'm getting cherry tomatoes and picked the first green beans today. biggrin.gif
Last weekend the landlord finished fencing the yard with nice bunny-proof fence. So, what should I see this am.....you've got it. A little brown bunny! We fenced one on the INSIDE. tongue.gif


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Posted: 08-Jul-2004, 05:27 PM
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Love brown bunnies, but they are dangerous when it comes to gardens and certain plants!


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Posted: 09-Jul-2004, 12:10 PM
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Pee wee thing ! turn it loose, far away from the Dump wink.gif !

Ate the first Early Boys from the garden last night.. still warm from the sun..
over Rigotta , with fresh basil, drizzled with excellent olive oil...
and wonderful crusty bread to sop up every drop !
Life is GOOD !

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Posted: 09-Jul-2004, 01:28 PM
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I've been getting cherry tomatoes for about 2 weeks now and just got my first slicer last night. I had it on a deliscious ground sirloin sandwich with a thin slice of onion and a touch of miracle whip. Yum biggrin.gif


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Posted: 09-Jul-2004, 06:04 PM
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Oh! Raven! That sounds wonderful! Yummy! smile.gif
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Posted: 10-Jul-2004, 05:37 PM
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QUOTE (CelticRose @ 09-Jul-2004, 11:04 PM)
Oh! Raven! That sounds wonderful! Yummy! smile.gif

I agree with you CR! There is nothing to compare with fresh veggies out of the garden. I no longer do vetetables, but when I was growing up my Dad always had huge gardens and that's how I learned to cultivate, plant and harvest. Very good experience. I used to can veggies, but no longer. I have gotten lazy in my old age! biggrin.gif

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Posted: 10-Jul-2004, 05:59 PM
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HI Arianrhod, the bee balm is called a Cambridge Scarlet, the flowers are a wine-red color. The coreospis, I planted two different kinds, creme brulee and moonbeam. I was very sad they didn't come up this summer. sad.gif

I was going to miracle grow my flowers this evening, but alas tis raining and I am babysitting my favorite guy. He's a little blue-eyed blonde who will be a big two years old next month. I'll take care of him over my flowers any day! biggrin.gif

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Posted: 10-Jul-2004, 06:28 PM
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My mother always had huge gardens when I grew up. Now my youngest sister is following in that tradition. I am flying back out to California in August and sis told me today that she will have some fresh Beefmaster tomatoes for us to eat when I get there! Woo hoo! I love tomatoes and avacadoes together! Yummy!
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Posted: 08-Aug-2004, 02:50 PM
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Green thumber checking in here. smile.gif

I don't currently have a garden because I'm temporarily living in Florida, but I'll be moving up North next may, and will certainly have one then. I know NOTHING about tropical gardening, and honestly, have no desire to learn anything. Is that wrong?

I'm a former Penn State Master Gardener. I've been gardening since I was about 10 or so (let's see...that's about 25 years now). I was influenced very greatly by my Grandfather, who had a hugely successful garden.

I just can't wait to garden again! It's so relaxing, and I miss it so much. sad.gif


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Welcome..
What a cool person to have here,, a Master Gardener... !

I have been toying with the idea of taking some landscaping classes..

Please enjoy the Gate, and come by often..
There are some garden pic back in this thread!

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