HellloooOOOo Joey!! havent seen any recent posts from you my friend. I hope you are doing well. Spring is just around the corner and new life will burst forth and light up your beautiful garden! Winter dulldrums are getting to me here too... hang on, the work/pleasure will be here soon!
Yes, Joseph...me too! My sister Joann lives in Freehold, NJ; is that near you? She doesn't do gardening like me, though. We're very different! Temps here for next couple nights are like back up North in MI...in TN winters are usually mild and real cold weather only visits now and then just for a short time...thankfully. I live in a valley town so it's not as cold higher elevations. Love the mountains, can see them out of every window in all directions!
My apologies for taking so long to respond to your friend request...wasn't on GS for several months...since summer! A lot of the reason is I used GS to share on my FB wall the pretty pics but now they post as tiny thumbnail photos so quit using GS and found other sources for photos on my FB wall...wanted to keep up better though now, always checked daily for years so winter is here and now it's time to see the pics again...!
"Thanks Jerrie. By the way the Lotus leaves are huge and have filled the upper pond...and about 4' off the surface of the water now. Had a 5 foot rat snake prowling the property though and it was an intimidating snake. Get more then a fair…"
Date: June 8th, 2013 at 8 amLocation: Extension Office, 317 S Third Street, Bardstown, KYCome see what's growing on this self-guided tour of eight beautiful gardens in historic Bardstown and Nelson County. Be sure to check out The Marketplace at…See More
"It's 1:30 in the morning and I just killed 300ish damn strawberry root weevils. The first 80 or so were on one salad burnette plant, they were all over all of those plants, also found on blueberries, lavenders, balloon flower, sage, garbage…"
"Very nice Clare,is it a tuber or tree peony. I have a very nice tree peony that gives good blooms , but the ground ones are no good and wont flower, maybe my winters are not cold enough. Do you dig them up and replant or leave them in the…"