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Started by Jennifer Simpson z5OH. Last reply by Don Reeves z7, TN Dec 13, 2014.
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Started by Karen. Last reply by Karen May 6, 2014.
Yep can't seem to wake up or get in the mood today since it was raining earlier & worked so hard yesterday and last week. Then the next 2 days I have to do my paying jobs, dang it work gets in the way of my gardening. GRRRR!
I must say you have a lot of roots and lots of work.
Sorry the pics are so small when looking for them I can't find just the right on some times and I see I got one twice again.This is what that 6ft weed looks like when it is babies.
All the buckets & bags next to the garage shed are full of wood ashes and the big black thing is full of Starbucks used coffee grounds to add to the garden.
Pics of even more big roots, all the smaller clumpy stuff is going into buckets and off to the trash can.
Oh that middle pic has the gray root fungus or what ever in it. Anyone know if this is a bad or good thing?
The soil here is pretty much sand and dirt clods since not much water on it the past few years. It was in lawn but it is dead, I hope it is since I don't want any grass in my herbs and veggies. I was raining again this morning, my friend was here and said see where it is pooling that is probably clay. I would have been easy digging if there weren't so many tree and bush roots out there. Since herbs don't care or want a lot of nutrients I won't be adding anything in the front yard. Should be adding some compost and or the years old dried cow poo to the veg garden area. I don't make compost very fast with just me and all the trees here aren't good for growing things in so didn't save the leaves either. There are a bunch of red wigglers in my compost bins so what little I do have should be good. Plus I try to only eat organic so when I let my fresh stuff go bad in it goes. Got the most expensive compost around.
I had a photo way back but it went to no face with wheelbarrow. Don some of those I can eat that you listed, some don't have vit..K, I have been told not to eat potatoes, tomatoes, peppers and eggplant, it affects healing process. Too muddy to get into my garden to plant veggie seeds since the weather has slowed up the starts in greenhouses, flowers and veggie starts. At least my 2 types garlic are coming up. Put one row in, store bought and from friend, he grows Russian. Got my Egyptian onions in a few weeks ago before weather change. Looking to move back to west coast Canada or US side. Forks, Washington looking up about it.Got to sell house and not many takers with this oilsands issue here in Alberta. Lots of jobs lost.
Vicky, I wish I had soil like that here in Oklahoma or as half as good. You got it coming around there looking good.
Nancy you look great I don't think I have seen a pic of you before you been hiding from us.
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