" I ordered 4 evergreen huckleberry plants from Raintree nursery in southwestern Washington in 2012 and planted them in acidic soil on the north side (more shady there) of my house. I hope to have some berries soon."
Welcome to Garden-Share! You might want to start by checking out the Grouppage for garden-related groups and topics you may be interested in (I see you've already started to do that - great!). Joining a few groups is a great way to meet other gardeners and get started on Garden-Share.
Then please participate! Groups are the best places to ask questions and share your knowledge about gardening.
Also, there are Videos to watch (how-to, humor), Blogs to read (informative, entertaining), Photos to look at (beautiful, unusual, inspiring), and new friends to meet. If you have more photos (or videos) of your plants or garden, please share them - I'd love to see more of your photos!
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…"
"Yes I do like my sunsets here, thank-you. You have a nice stand of red Dianthus. I'm into edible flowers too. How do you keep the bugs out of your Columbine? Any time I ever grew them they got all full of bugs, since you can't eat them I…"
"I am so glad that the white crown sparrows have returned to Santa Barbara. I am enjoying watching them in my bird bath and throwing seed on the ground for them. I had such a tough summer with the house and purple finches. I would sometimes find 5 a…"