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"OregonGardenGal - Definitely agree with that saying!
Clare, we always think it is going to take forever for gardens to fill in, but once you start looking back on your pics you realise it wasn't really that long after all. Nice to see things…"
"Reminds me of an old saying... "Gardeners are the most optimistic people on the planet - who else at age 90 would plant a small tree seedling and worry about what would have to be transplanted once the tree begins to shade it" :)"
"Beautiful photos, as usual, Grant.
You must not have geckos, because you have spiders. Our little, and not so little, geckos keep our spider population to a minimum. I haven't seen a black widow spider in nearly a decade, and that is about when…"
"William you stay safe! We had a nasty wind kick up again today. I saw about your bees and worms in the other thread was going to tell you that you sounded like a new pa pa. Hope they do well for you."
"I have a similar issue here. The beds along the back of our property are in shade almost all day. Then they get blasted with hot, end of day sun for a few hours. We have rhododenrons, azaleas. witch hazel and hollies in these beds, along with…"