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At 8:27am on April 10, 2011, Community Manager said…
Hey Brooke, hope you will do some garden-sharing with us this Spring.
At 8:38am on October 9, 2009, Bonnie White said…
Hi Brooke...I haven't finished yard work yet for the winter..In spring it's so much fun watching everything come to life, and then in late fall it seems like such a chore to bring it all down. We have a HUGE amount of leaves to tend to each year and right now that's the priority. I have emptied all my hanging baskets...next it's the vegetable garden, and last but not least, the flower gardens and planting some more tulip bulbs. How about you..have you tackled it all yet????
At 2:20pm on July 14, 2009, leeann suso z5b pa said…
I'm sure you will enjoy the master gardener classes, they were so informative! It's also a great way to get to know other gardeners in your area. I've worked on a number of community garden projects, we put on seminars, workshops and a plant sale every year, and I've headed up the fair outreach program since joining the MG program. It's a great organization.
At 9:34pm on July 4, 2009, Eloise S. Zone 5 said…
My advise is to spend alot of time with them and talk alot. My children were great kids . They tried us but I think when we had that bad feeling we intervened and talked. They are great parents now and are close with hteir kids.
At 11:36am on July 4, 2009, Eloise S. Zone 5 said…
Brooke you hava abeautiful family.. I sometimes get sad when I think of having my children with us.. They are all grown up now..Enjoy them...
At 10:26am on July 4, 2009, Risa Baker said…
K, I will get pics on here soon. I was too sick to get out and take a few pics when some of the things were really in bloom, like my jacob's ladder, and fox glove, and dianthus, all at the same time in one area. :( I will do better next year.
At 4:49am on July 4, 2009, Barbara McKenna said…
You don't think I would take a picture of the slug holes, do you? I have been fighting them again this year. Finally resulted to some sort of a slug, cutworm, and something else formula that is supposed to kill them. I think the damage has slowed or stopped. So now I am removing the most damaged leaves.
The smoke tree has been great. Planted about 4 or 5 years ago. Seems to grow in the heavy clay where we have it, not bothered by drought, deer don't touch it. So we have started 3 more on other parts of our property! Thanks for the comments.
At 11:17am on July 3, 2009, Carolyn Wildwood said…
I'm working on my children's father's side of the family now and they also have a Cherokee from Oklahoma. Having a hard time figuring out which one! I'll keep working. I have gotten as far back as 1400 on some but my dad's dad's dad is the dead end right now. Came from Scots Irish stock and I'll have to go to Montrose and Keokuk Iowa (by Navuou) to do research or perhaps hire someone to help. My sister in South Jordan does research but I started it and love it so much. We may have to meet in Montrose/Navuou when we can to work some more. The train goes directly to that area from Salt Lake. You can see my family on Ancestry as WinterbergMaxwell. I'll add you if you like as a viewer. Google it too.
At 6:10am on July 3, 2009, Joseph Masleh Z-5 Pa. said…
Thank you for your comments Brooke , I've only been gardening for the last 6 years other than doing vegetables......but have always enjoy the beauty of flowers.....I did enjoy your photos and garden also......
At 7:44pm on July 2, 2009, Bonnie White said…
Hiya Brooke...Yes, we have always disliked zuchinni, however the last year or so, we have liked the small yellow and green ones...so thats what I planted...everyone says they are so easy...well out of 4, 2 died and I had to replace them...now of course they are all going nuts..my husband is about to leave for a Canadian fishing trip and I am about to be bombarded with zuchinni....I guess i will find myself among the masses giving it away. Beans, squash, tomatoes and peppers will probably take a bit longer. It sure is fun.
At 6:51pm on July 2, 2009, Eloise S. Zone 5 said…
Welcome Brooke, Love your pics...
At 6:46am on July 2, 2009, Bonnie White said…
Welcome to Zone 5 Brooke....Your flower gardens are so pretty...I love the variety of flowers and colors you have. We have lots of flowers and this year we are trying our hand at some veggies. My husband and I are both retired so we get to spend alot of time out in the yard. We both love the hot weather. Bonnie
At 6:38pm on July 1, 2009, Dinah Ault said…
Hi Brooke! wow! what truly gorgeous pics!! you really are quite the gardener!! I have tons to do here but have not been able to much this year..yet! :)

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