Oh sharon that is quite a daily challenge for you and hubby... It does help to be together at the Hotel/room. It has been a rough winter for mostly everyone l Know up here in Minnesota.
I nearly Killed that COT plant.... But it is so different that I do like it very much.... Thanks for the imput... I should tell you that I really don't know how to care for that plant . What can I do to improve it??
Last few months I went in and had Gull Bladder surgery and two months before that I had knee surgery as I tore my muscle around the knee cap by tripping and falling down in the garden last fall. The GOLDEN AGE IS NOT TOO GOLDEN MORE LIKE BROWN TO ME!! Ha ha..... I do hope you get this message... I actually have been looking for you for quite a long time here! Nice you are back... Hugs Jan
Thank you Sharon. I will be posting more in your VERMICOMPOST thread. I think more people should be doing this. It is sooooooooo beneficial and simple. The ultimate recycling. Thank you for your very kind words. I need to learn how to navigate through this site. I did sign up for so many of the topics...all are very interesting to me. Smiles, Lark
t/y sharon, no not veggies,i only have one tomato plant.lol. mostly a variety of outdoor plants,both in ground and container.i do love gardening and would love to see you pics. i am trying to set up my page at the moment,i am new to this.it will most certainly be fun and informative i see. talk to you soon :)
I live in Montana on the Hi-line so our growing is Zone 3, we can grow some zone 4 plants depending the area you live in and if we have an open winter or not. zone 4 plants like that snow cover helps protect them.
A place to connect with other hydrangea aficionados. It is a bit of a challenge to grow hydrangeas in zone 6b but in those lucky, mild winter years I am rewarded with stunning displays. Forums below contain useful info for easy reference.See More