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Recreational Gardener
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Intermediate
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
Create color in my landscape as an artist would do on his art.

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At 1:54pm on February 8, 2011, Catherine Dougherty said…
Thank you Diana... Florida should be fantastic for gardening!!
At 11:41pm on January 21, 2010, Rene Brown said…
Hi Diana,
Yes we are still covered with snow, I use to live in Roscoe, Ill. for years but then moved up here I'm right on the borderline basically..we're in the same zone .By the way your Yorkie is adorable!!
Cheers~
At 5:32pm on January 7, 2010, Cecil J Dykes said…
I love the Yorkie picture. We had one for 11 years but he got kidney disease and we lost him. It tore us out of the frame, we loved him so much! We are empty nesters now.
At 6:45am on November 20, 2009, JEMS said…
Hey, I don't agree with GrovespiritZ11's advice! September is too soon...and you are better off planting your bulbs when you know that the weather is going to stay relatively cold. Say mid-october till the ground is too hard to digg! I don't get onto this site very often, too much time on FACEBOOK! You will want to fertilize with a bulb booster, especially if they are just being planted for the first time! If you haven't planted them yet, it is not too late!
At 6:40am on November 20, 2009, JEMS said…
You can plant any and all bulbs from October until the ground is too hard to dig. Were you able to get yours planted? Love to see pictures in the spring!
At 6:57pm on October 30, 2009, GrovespiritZ11 said…
Hi there! The time to plant tulips in Zone5 is Sept thru the first frost, and the first frost usually happens sometime in Oct.

Saw your question in the chatroom...i was away eating lunch and by the time i came back u were gone.
At 4:49pm on October 30, 2009, JANE BELL Z4/5 IA said…
I seen in chat you was wanting to know when to Plant tulips in Zone 5??? Now is the time before ground freezes!
At 8:02am on October 30, 2009, Richard Webb said…
Wow! That tree branch setup is very interesting! I have four bird feeders in my backyard, 3 with black sunflower seed and 1 with thistle seed. The birds that come, and they are many, perch on the small trees I planted nearby. Look at my personal page and you will see my yard.
At 5:06am on October 29, 2009, Audra Mabrey - Z5/IN said…
I like the idea of the Bird sanctuary. My mom is a bird nut, that might be an idea for a good Christmas gift. Maybe do some research on plants that attract birds. She has an huge open area behind her that is on white river. This site is great, if you have anything you need to know about gardening, etc. Someone on here will have a great suggestion. There's something new to learn everyday.
At 8:34pm on October 28, 2009, Richard Webb said…
I found your message in the email, but not anywhere else. I took a photo of the PA woods with a regular instamatic camera called a Cannon Power Point A540. I really like it, but i plan to get a more professional camera in the future.
 
 
 

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