Terry
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Lorraine Smith Pacific NW commented on Terry's photo
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"Starting over with fruit trees is a long-term investment. At least minis produce with fewer years waiting! Some people might think one summer to wait for veg is a long time. Seems like just after my full size trees started to bear, we moved. 17…"
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"Got our mini orchard planted"
Mar 19
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Mar 19
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"We moved again! Just when things were finishing up We moved again to a property 10 times as large and Starting from scratch again."
Mar 18
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"That's what our livestock is for! Silly, people just think they are for eating but that's the side benefit. Creating great soil out of manure is an art form. . ."
Jul 8, 2016
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"This is how I react too when people want to take a pic of me. Armed & dangerous. . ."
Jul 5, 2016
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"We had a garden full of geraniums when we lived in Los Angeles. But we gave away all of your potted plants to a friend when we moved."
Jul 5, 2016
Lorraine Smith Pacific NW commented on Terry's photo
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6 week old geranium cutting

"It takes me all summer to get a geranium cutting to grow that size!"
Jul 4, 2016
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Jul 4, 2016
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"We are in the high country in Arizona."
Jul 4, 2016
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"We are told that the javelin are not good eating. But we've are looking forward to deer and elk season to try to fill the freezer."
Jul 4, 2016
Lorraine Smith Pacific NW commented on Terry's photo
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"That's a long time so you must be prepared. Let the pigs come & you have a hearty meal. Can you catch them if they are good eating?"
Jul 4, 2016
Lorraine Smith Pacific NW commented on Terry's photo
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"Wow! Just super heavy duty all right. I know elk are really tough to keep out. Looks like you will need that water too as you are in the "high desert", right?"
Jul 4, 2016
Patti Sherwood and Terry are now friends
Nov 10, 2014

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Which category best describes you?
Recreational Gardener
Skill level
Intermediate
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
Container, waterfalls & ponds plus gnome garden
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
20
What is your favorite plant ? Why?
Container Trees and soft wood plants. They can be trimmed and shaped

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At 11:48am on March 8, 2014, Barb Z-7b Okla said…

Super nice Terry!! Love it!! I would never leave.. Like most of us here I am sure!!  U must be in a warmer climate.   

At 8:22am on March 7, 2014, Cheryl Hurst said…

Terry, I love your space, it is so eclectic and wonderfully unique. I don't see the gnone/dwarf phone in your photos here, but when I enlarged it to see what you had, some of the dwarf pieces looked very old. Like they were from the 40s. I am just guessing, not an expert. But love old stuff. Have a great day, Cheryl

At 6:14am on March 7, 2014, Beth Knight said…

Terry...I absolutely love your space.  you are like me and pack a lot into small areas.  My yard isn't very big livng in a town house but I make every inch count.  Love your bird houses.  They look like they won't hold up for a long time in the weather but if you are like me you just replace them as they rot.  I leave mine until they actually fall apart and then still have a hard time letting them go.  My husband knows better than to throw one out without asking.  I go round the yard in the spring and decide which ones are just to far gone then I have a neighbor that wants to see whatever I throw away in case she wants.  so funny.  great job.

At 9:44am on February 23, 2014, kevin keane said…
Thanks as soon as I can get my other pictures out of the old computer I'll put them on here!
At 5:20pm on January 14, 2014, Community Manager said…

Welcome Terry !!!!!

 
 
 

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Lorraine Smith Pacific NW commented on Terry's photo
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"Starting over with fruit trees is a long-term investment. At least minis produce with fewer years waiting! Some people might think one summer to wait for veg is a long time. Seems like just after my full size trees started to bear, we moved. 17…"
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lobelia geranium begonia

"Tri-color geranium, orchid petunia & lobelia with dark red fibrous begonia with red sorrel (the veins are red) filler in a pot."
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Lorraine Smith Pacific NW posted a status
"The beautiful red sorrel that tastes like lemon--wintered over in the ground! Unfortunately, no photo of it. Tidy colorful accent plant."
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Lorraine Smith Pacific NW posted a status
"Finally weather settled down enough to plant sugar peas! One month later than last year. Today sweet peas!"
Wednesday

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