I finally took a moment and looked at some of the pages in the Nature Craft section, love your wreaths and other things you have been working on here. Nice job on so many really beautiful projects, just wanted you to know I appreciate…"
"Lori, I'm in upstate Schenectady NY and was looking for a NY gardeners group to join, didn't find much but when I saw your photos WOW...really beautiful. The primroses alone will send me in a new direction. Thanks for posting them."
"Hi, I joined the Ireland group for two reasons, 1st my great grandmother was born in Spiddal, Galway. My GG grandparents, Barbara and Patrick Geoghegan and 1 sibling stayed in Ireland. I want to go someday and find their graves. I got tears in my…"
"Hello, thanks for the photo, I purchased a male and female hardy kiwi. One didn't make it so I have one left without a tag ,so I don't know what sex it is. I'll have to get another pair. The description said smaller smoother fruit,…"
"Nine Bark flowers are so photogenic, aren't they. We have two bushes that we put it two years ago and I'm anxious for them to mature. They are one of my favorite landscape shrubs. Your photo is nice as it shows the bud…"
I finally took a moment and looked at some of the pages in the Nature Craft section, love your wreaths and other things you have been working on here. Nice job on so many really beautiful projects, just wanted you to know I appreciate your talent.
Welcome to Garden-Share Lori... You will love it here. Lots of beautiful inspiring pics, Groups and wonderful advice. Wonderful Gardening Friends from all over the U. S. A. and the world... Happy Gardening !
Entered my first orchid show with this orchid. I was writing up cards, not really taking much notice of the judges fussing around my orchid. Turns out that the parentage of this orchid goes back to the species by only 4 generations and it has won…
"Patricia, that is sad about loosing so many finches, the white crowned sparrows are so cute, we get them in the spring for several weeks, they flipped seed around and dig to find more. They would eat under the feeders so none of the seed…"