Hi Gregg...thank you so much for your comments on my bed and patio ( thanks to my dad and hubby i love the way my patio turned out). I look forward to hearing from the people I have met on this site. It has been a blessing and certainly inspiring. I was looking at your pics and I love the guy with the guitar. He would fit perfect in my garden and your frog bench is awesome. I love your garden art. Thanks for sharing.
Is there any special brand of fertilers that you like to use for your lilysto keep them blooming. I general plant tablets but I only get 1 lily blooming at a time.
I can't do tropicals because it gets too cold here in the winter. The tropical flowers are the most eye catching.
Greg,i love your garden. It i smagnifique.I did respond to you pond question but it did not go thruh. .Have you added an aerator other than what you have and what about a u v sterliizer? I have had ponds for at least 18 years but never saw a problem like yours.What is the temp in your pond and how about you salt and h p levels?
Hi Gregg, I am fairly new to the site and didn't notice you had commented on my post. Thank you. I am always excited to meet new people. You are right we do always let go of one garden or the other and balance is the key. Getting back out there after almost 2 years is a little overwhelming. I made a video of my mes (haha) check it out if you can. Your garden is beautiful. I love garden art and the trinkets in your garden are just adorable. I look forward to getting to know you.
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