"I have two Thanksgiving Cactus blooming again and one Easter Cactus that has buds. I think I like the EC the best. My laptop can not go on the web any longer so I am writing on my Kindel. I won't be able to post pictures until…"
"I have been able to work in the garden for the last few days but today it started raining again. I was able to get a plum tree moved and got a bed ready for peas. I have several different kinds of lettuce started in the house. I am…"
"Grant, as usual, your plants look amazing. I love the pale Schlumbergera. I like the reds and oranges the best but your white is lovely as well. Jan, I got a big kick out of your cutting being in bloom. I just…"
"One of the AV's that I started from a leaf cutting is blooming. This is a first for me. First time that I ever rooted a leaf cutting and first time the cutting is now a baby plant and blooming. Oh I feel like a plant…"
Thank you , Glenda ! It's my little piece of serenity back there ! Less than an acre surrounded by fields so it feels like a lot ! A couple of raised beds and a stone walkway have been added since these photos and lots of plans yet to be added !
Hey there Glenda!! I wanted to reply to your chat message - but said you were disconnected :( WOW you are so close to us!!! Thanks for looking at my photos and your wonderful compliment! Next time you are up this way let me know - I'd love to meet you :)
Hi Glenda, Thanks for asking to be my friend, There are actually several Oregonians on the site including on Gardening in the Pacific Northwest. Not much on right now I think it will pick up after the New Year when we all get busy with pruning etc. Have a wonderful Holiday season. Diane
Glenda, I'm looking for your little red wagon to put in my like... Have you posted it to the web-site ? I can't find it in your album. When I click on it in Vines its too large to put in my likes. Its such a beautiful inspiring pic... Happy Gardening !
"The chickens are all behaving themselves inside the barnyard since I added hawthorne tree trimmings along the picket fenceline. Along with raspberries & blackberries growing up, there's no way they want to get through into the back yard…"