Joann Hopper
  • 52, Female
  • Star City, AR
  • United States
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Joann Hopper commented on S. Asherah Taylor's group Orchids
"I just started playing with orchids . I have one that bloomed and now leaves have come out on the stem that bloomed . Can I root that stem somehow for a new or his ? Anyone ?"
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Which category best describes you?
Recreational Gardener, Master Gardener, Garden Club, Nursery
Skill level
Intermediate
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
I like growing things, annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees, vines etc.
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
40 hrs a week in my yard and greenhouse

Joann Hopper's Blog

Rain Rain Rain

Posted on May 24, 2009 at 4:31pm 0 Comments

Well had 5 days of sunshine and it is now raining again with rain in the forecast for the next 5 days. This has been the worst month of may for gardening. If I could just get it to stop raining long enough to get some mulch out. I do have a new batch of compost brewing in the composter. The vegetable garden has had way to much water and not near enough sunshine. Pumkins are growing good though. Have picked a small amount of squash out of the garden. Tomatoes, eggplants, perrpers, all have good… Continue

Summer around the corner

Posted on May 14, 2009 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Sitting here waiting on the rain to end. See sunshine in the forecast in a couple more days. Then it will be a rush to get everything I wanted planted in the ground before it gets to hot to be planting. Then I will need to get all those little shrubs I propagated up out of the propagation beds and into pots. And then time to start propagating more.haha People really don't know what they are missing if they don't garden. Other than having good backs, their mind is just not as clear as ours...haha

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At 6:33am on January 27, 2013, Willis L. Johnson from GA Z8A said…

Joann, so glad you're enjoying the garden tours. Pruned my pear trees yesterday and many of the Ilex in the Kitchen Garden (Pond area). Lovely day it was yesterday.

At 6:22am on January 26, 2013, Willis L. Johnson from GA Z8A said…

Enjoy the garden pix and videos Joann. Happy Gardening, spring is just around the corner here.

At 3:44pm on January 20, 2013, Randy Anderson zn.5/Il. USA said…

Joann, I've use a 70-300mm Canon Is lens, 50-250 Canon IS lens and a 150-500mm Sigma lens.They all take good pictures. I think the 50-250 is a little quicker and a little sharper on AF.But the Sigma gives a little softer picture on my Camera. This was taken with the Sigma hand held, ISO 200

At 9:26am on June 3, 2009, Sheena0007 said…
At 12:29pm on May 15, 2009, lillah cruce z9/10 Fl. said…
I would suggest a really good soak once a week. Other than that you should be fine. they may just need to get a bit bigger. your pot size should be fine.
At 6:42am on May 15, 2009, lillah cruce z9/10 Fl. said…
Joann, ok so your right at about bloom size hun the next thing you might want to consider is your pot size. Is it throwing off runners yet?? mine has produced sooo many. I started out with one lonely little bird and now it's a veritable forest in there, lol!!! We will get this figured out! Not to worry!

Lillah
At 5:24pm on May 14, 2009, Sandra Hill said…
Joann: Personally, I prefer Rock Island over Cedars of Lebanon. If you want to see a pretty water fall, then Fall Creek Falls is a good park. I can't think of any parks in Middle Tn that you can even access a view of the falls with a boat. All of the ons we have done you had to hike a bit to see them. Have you checked out the Tennessee State Parks website? http://www.state.tn.us/environment/parks/

Of course, the weather will pretty much the same as in AR - hot ;o)
At 5:15pm on May 14, 2009, lillah cruce z9/10 Fl. said…
Joann! Lol sorry about that! honestly you don't have to do much they just have to be a certain size I think. how big are your birds? if they are in a pot i think the best thing would actually be to put them in the ground and they will shoot up and bloom for you. mine bloomed the second year I had them. If you really want to keep them potted put them in THE BIGGEST pot you can!! most tropicals will stay small in pots. Unfortunately for birds they do need to be some what big, in my experience. Lots of water. I have NEVER fertilized mine ever and we have had it for going on 9 years. I just put another in the back yard and it is about ooooooh 5 or so feet tall. not blooming yet. I would say they need to be at least 8ish feet? there may be a dwarf variety that will bloom smaller, but I think yours sounds like it isn't that tall?

Lillah
At 9:11am on May 13, 2009, Judy Witherrite Z-6, ID said…
I used to have fish, but I use muratic acid to keep the algae down, and no matter how careful I was with measuring, a couple times I killed my fish, so I just quite having them. Any other ideas to keep the algae down?
At 5:51pm on May 12, 2009, Carolyn K. Malcolm - Zn7(N.GA.) said…
http://search.yahoo.com/search?ei=UTF-8&fr=slv8-yie8&p=how+do+you+propagate+bougainvillea
At 6:34am on May 12, 2009, lillah cruce z9/10 Fl. said…
Hey Joann if you could tell me which plants they are I might be able to help you. Do you have a picture of them?? how much sun are they getting? Are they tropicals? I am sure it is a n easy fix I just need to know what kind and sun exposure and if you fertilize at all.

Lillah
At 12:00am on May 12, 2009, Melody Leftwich z8 TX said…
Most garden centers that carry organics either have it or can get it for you. If not try Garden Choice Organics online. I got so many questions on my comments about cornmeal I've posted a blog on the subject too.
At 6:14pm on May 10, 2009, Marie Jaegers z4/5 MI said…
Hey Marie, I live in SC, AR maybe you could find a More…job close to me and I would be your best buddy. I even have a greenhouse that you could work in.. I am very impressed would love to meet someone with your knowledge. I could pick your brain.
Joann,
If you kbow of a position let me know i will do the rest. I would love to be your best buddy

Marie
At 1:53pm on May 10, 2009, Joann Hopper said…
Hello everyone. I am a newcomer to this site. I look forward to meeting all you garden lovers. I have a fairly good size yard full of plants and a small greenhouse (38x50) that I just recently purchased. I love working in my yard. I am a housewife with 3 grown children & 4 grandchildren. I live in my yard..
 
 
 

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