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  • Hydrangeas

    186 members Latest Activity: Jul 16 A place to connect with other hydrangea aficionados. It is a bit of a challenge to grow hydrangeas in zone 6b but in those lucky, mild winter years I…

  • Iris

    160 members Latest Activity: May 27

  • BackYard Retreats

    70 members Latest Activity: Aug 15

    Your back yard is your personal retreat every day.  What makes yours a special place? Please share your Back Yard Retreat with us..

  • Planet Earth

    75 members Latest Activity: Jun 30

    Gardens, plants, forests...oceans and waters galore, winds and rains, storms and clouds. ALL Earth is a garden. Share your art and concerns for…

  • African Violets

    114 members Latest Activity: Mar 16

    For African Violet Lovers-To identify, ask questions, care of, share/swap cuttings and more! If you post photos please ID the variety if you know…

  • Recycle Mania

    143 members Latest Activity: Jun 25

    I want to see your adventures in recycling. It can be anything made to be used for something else. Especially yard and garden ideas.…

  • Vegetable Gardens

    2028 members Latest Activity: 10 hours ago

  • Squirrel Remedies

    27 members Latest Activity: May 13 What have you done to eliminate squirrel problems around your feeders?

  • Tennessee

    58 members Latest Activity: Aug 10

  • Memorial Gardens

    17 members Latest Activity: Mar 4, 2013

    Pictures, etc.. of gardens that are in memory of a person, or persons

  • Poor Country Boy Gardening

    135 members Latest Activity: May 22

    Poor country boy gardening is when you want or need something for your garden and can't afford it. So you get creative on how to get it trading or…

  • Texas

    218 members Latest Activity: Jul 20

  • Butterfly Gardening

    799 members Latest Activity: Jun 23

  • San Antonio, TX

    7 members Latest Activity: Aug 23, 2012

    Group where San Antonio, TX gardeners can come together and share seeds, plants and be informed of gardening programs here in the city. I will…

  • Hen and Chicks, Stonecrops and Sedum

    69 members Latest Activity: on Monday

    A happy place to come to, to discuss these amazing plants, with over 400 stonecrop and over 4000 Hen and Chick varieties we will be sure to have…

  • Lilacs

    33 members Latest Activity: Apr 5, 2013

    A forum to discuss anything to do with lilacs.

  • Colorado

    50 members Latest Activity: Jun 30, 2013 Colorado spans 4 USDA zones. From our banana belt (Zone 6) in Grand Junction to the majority of the inhabited space (zone 5), to the Rocky Mountains…

  • Indiana

    30 members Latest Activity: Mar 18, 2013

Latest Activity

Vicky Myers commented on Carol Myers's group Gardening in the Pacific Northwest
"We had hit and miss rain around the tri-cities today. Not sure about here in Grandview I haven't asked yet. I was in tri-cities the past 2 days. It finally cooled down to a tolerable temp here not that 100 degree stuff we had for so long. Louis…"
3 hours ago
Vicky Myers commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"Lorraine I don't have critters just worms in my compost pile but there is a big pile of poo from our cows that has been sitting out there for a lot of years.Probably not enough to go around tho. Bill and I bagged some up for him to take to his…"
3 hours ago
Clare Oliva posted photos
5 hours ago
Lorraine Smith Pacific NW commented on Diane Meyers zone 6/7 Or.'s photo
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Goose Neck Loosestrife

"Someone was posting regarding the identification of this plant last week I think. . ."
9 hours ago
Elaine Knight commented on Elaine Knight's photo
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Peggy Martin

"It is a great rose, I have trouble with black spot too....all of this southern humidity. But I think that you will be happy with a Peggy Martin. Good luck with your surgery."
9 hours ago
Lorraine Smith Pacific NW posted a status
"Taking the first box of apples and basket of cabbages over to the root cellar today. Have enough kraut & pickles for winter now."
11 hours ago
Lorraine Smith Pacific NW commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"Thanks William. I don't see many honey bees around here anymore. The clover blooms without them and people tend to use alot of roundup or other weed killers on their blackberries and in their corn fields here which has glyphosate. Either they…"
11 hours ago
William Brooks Zone 7/OK commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"Lorraine there are several bees that do the pollinating on my cantaloupes. I have Honey Bees on the property 2 hives right now. I am not sure what the other bee is that works the flowers, it could be wood bees or the bumble bee I can't…"
12 hours ago

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