First of all, I want to thank you for the red ribbon. Second I'm sorry I didn't get bak to you sooner. I just kind of put this together, then abandoned it. There is a site that I have been submitting my photos to for a while. I have been busy doing this, and keeping up some with my facebook with my family and many co-workers. I also upload a lot of my photos on there. Then my job and many other things get in the way too. I just wish that there was more time in the day. That would be very helpful.
Answering your question about my garden photos, they were from the summer of 2009. Last year, (2010) for some reason, our garden did not grow nearly as well, and I heard from many others that they had had the same problem.
No, these vegees are not growing now. They were from a couple of summers ago. This last summer, No one in our area had any luck growing tomatoes. Eighther they stayed green, or got a disease that caused them to rot from the bottom of the tomato. Everything else did pretty well though.
hi Ramona-go to groups on the top of the page-click on it-it will take you to the group page-there is a place to type the group name-push the spyglass-takes you to my group----> Click on the group's name and it will take you to it-click add group and you are there.
"Good eye Lorraine!
Yes it is a fire dept. ladder that failed re-certification & was required to be destroyed.
I drilled holes and screwed it to the support posts so it can't be used as a ladder.
Works great for the hanging baskets…"
"I liked the Wowie Zowie type last year & this spring I was disappointed when I couldn't find those in the nursery as they grew better & brighter for me than some from the past. So growing from my own is the way to go."
"Joan, thanks so much for your kind words. I love taking pictures and when I see pretty scenes in the garden, I want to capture them so I can cheer myself up in the winter when everything is brown and covered in snow."
"Lorraine, how wonderful that you have a greenhouse. I would love to have one. You are right that zinnias are very easy to start from seed. I just wish I had the room inside (or a greenhouse!) to grow more things from seed. "