Deborah Ruth
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  • Philadelphia, PA
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Deborah Ruth commented on Duke Snyder's photo
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"your mixed coleus looks fantastic-you must have pinched the stems off many times to get it so full!  I am working on saving my many varieties over the winter. This is always a challenge, but I can't stop hoarding them."
Sep 12, 2012
Deborah Ruth commented on Mel Avergonzado's video
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Ornamentals with beautiful colored leaves

"Love your coleus etc collection. I also have a collection, but living in Philadelphia, I find out which ones thrive over winter and which hate cool soil. I am always acquiring cuttings, but sometimes they take forever to root, especially when it…"
Sep 12, 2012
Deborah Ruth posted a status
"Heavy rain for very dry gardens-I pray for azalea bush recently moved to a better spot, new bunch of lavender and new grass along a walkway"
Sep 4, 2012
Catherine Cronin (Ireland) left a comment for Deborah Ruth
"Never thought you check your comments,so I thought my comment went missing, that's why I sent another...LOL!"
Aug 10, 2011
Deborah Ruth received a gift from Catherine Cronin (Ireland)
Aug 10, 2011
Deborah Ruth gave a gift to Catherine Cronin (Ireland)
Aug 10, 2011
Deborah Ruth received a gift from Catherine Cronin (Ireland)
Aug 10, 2011
Deborah Ruth commented on Gylma Norman's photo
Aug 10, 2011
Deborah Ruth posted a status
"Going on vacation for 2 weeks. How am I to garden from another continent? Can I trust my neighbors to give water and take tomatoes? : )"
Aug 10, 2011
Deborah Ruth posted a status
"it is raining-this has not happened recently-raining good and strong-might be a miracle-the land may survive this hot drought after all"
Jul 19, 2011
Community Manager left a comment for Deborah Ruth
"Love your photos!"
Jul 6, 2011
Deborah Ruth was featured
Jul 6, 2011
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Jul 6, 2011
Deborah Ruth posted photos
Jul 6, 2011
Deborah Ruth and Patricia Smith are now friends
Jul 6, 2011

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Which category best describes you?
Recreational Gardener
Skill level
Intermediate
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
odd shaped plots, windowsills, mixed flowers and veggies, all 4 seasons count
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
20 hours, but less in cold or wet weather

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At 2:01pm on August 10, 2011, Catherine Cronin (Ireland) said…
Never thought you check your comments,so I thought my comment went missing, that's why I sent another...LOL!
At 1:37pm on August 10, 2011, Catherine Cronin (Ireland) gave Deborah Ruth a gift
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Thanks Deborah,I love working in the earth!
At 1:33pm on August 10, 2011, Catherine Cronin (Ireland) gave Deborah Ruth a gift
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Thank you Deborah, I love working in the dirt :)
At 4:05pm on July 6, 2011, Community Manager said…
Love your photos!
At 3:47pm on March 24, 2011, MJ Seibert, Zone 5 said…
This is so funny - the amaryllis has done NOTHING but leaves! I thought yikes! I've been jinxed! I could not remember who had asked about tending to one to post back about my calamity. I've fertilized it and I will let the last leaf die back, let it rest and then restart it again.
At 8:53am on March 15, 2011, Jackie Popp said…
Thanks yall for the advise I let them die back in thier orginal pots every yr last yr on sales one is now 3" high back started and the older ones stalks are flopped over I do feed them when I feed the rest Guess I can put them on the porch let them get real air  Jackie
At 4:02pm on January 10, 2011, MJ Seibert, Zone 5 said…
There can be situations of feeding the plant too much fertilizer and it produces too much green / leaves. What I do with mine after they bloom, I will allow them to die back or if it is late enough in the spring, I will put them out in a shaded area of the yard, some times even in my hedge row where they are out of the way so they get rained upon and leaves and debris fall in to naturally fertilize them. I never cut them back because the leaves feed the bulb. Once fall arrives and there is the chance of frost, I then bring them in and if they haven't died back, I allow them to naturally die back and sit dormant in the garage, I have a "warm" garage. When I feel it is time for them to be brought out of dormancy, I then begin to water them and let the cycle begin again. I'll get a photo around if you like of what mine looks like now. It is a stair step of three green leaves. I do not expect the flower stalk for another several weeks.
At 6:31pm on January 9, 2011, MJ Seibert, Zone 5 said…
There is nothing to it. Water the bulb with Miracle Grow or some type of fertilizer and let it grow. It takes about 1.5 months to reach maturation. I started mine about 2 weeks ago. It is nearly 12 inches high. Just leave it alone and it will come to maturation and bloom.
At 5:30pm on January 9, 2011, MJ Seibert, Zone 5 said…
Wonderful coleuses and flower beds.
At 5:27pm on January 09, 2011, MJ Seibert, Zone 5 gave Deborah Ruth a gift
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Thanks for the Tiny House Movement idea. Earlier in the day, I read Cramer's blog on Dome homes. He stated how economical those are. So, I need to brush up on what is out there. Thanks again.

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Vicky Myers commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"Elizabeth fry and smother your zuc in onions, mushrooms, garlic & onion powder, dill and eggs. You won't know it is in there."
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Vicky Myers commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"Speaking of bugs we have lots of them too. They totally made all the mints look horrible and were munching on us the other night while a bunch of us were sitting around out there trying to have a bible study. They have speckled the rosemary plants…"
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Theresa Leslie commented on Theresa Leslie's photo
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"Thank you !  Did you notice that the flower came unattached from the stem? I have another picture that the flower is stuck on the hummers beak."
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Theresa Leslie commented on Theresa Leslie's photo
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"Thank You Elizabeth! "
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Vicky Myers commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"William I don't know why one side of beans is growing faster than the other. Only that little area of garden in the front yard looks good. The field out front is still full of weeds, the downed bushes and one downed sick-a-more tree. Where the…"
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Elizabeth Fowler commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"William this has been a terrible year for Squash ,at our house anyway. We had one Zuc. plant quite by accident I don't like Zuchini at all but the Zuc plant had more on it than all my Squash."
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Elizabeth Fowler commented on Theresa Leslie's photo
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"You really got some fast shots of this Hummer, You are quick on the draw ha ha ha. "
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Elizabeth Fowler commented on Theresa Leslie's photo
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"Beautiful Salvia and Hummer, Great shot."
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