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  1. injunjoe

    grapes needing help

    I would just cut it down and buy a new one. JMHO Joe
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    A Favorite Tea?

    I love tea, but it just to much work to grow not worth it! It is cheaper to just buy it! Joe
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    Help me Recover this Redbud Tree (Photos Attached)

    Sorry if I have offended you Pat. But this fella wants pruning suggestions. This tree cost about $70.00 at a US nursery give or take. To tell the new gardener to turn his tree into mulch just don't seem like a good pruning tip! I did not suggest how to prune it because I live in the...
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    Coolest Garden Shoes EVER

    Now that is a valid point! No bun intended, err I mean pun. Joe
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    Coolest Garden Shoes EVER

    I think if you want them then you should get them! You work hard all year long, giving to others, helping others help others, I could go on and on. I think you earned what ever your little heart desires! Joe
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    a very friendly butterfly

    I don't know what she is but I would say Moth not a Butterfly. Joe
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    Pruning Help - Cherry Tree (Photos Attached)

    Brian again to TEG. I like what Journey said and seems like good advice. I would like to ask though; Did John Madden help you with this play? :lau :gig :weee Sorry I can't help myself sometimes.
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    Coolest Garden Shoes EVER

    Joe Shannon;
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    Help me Recover this Redbud Tree (Photos Attached)

    Brian; Welcome to the forum! I would follow Ron's (Greensage) advice. Edited to remove flaming, please refer to the rules I say this! "We are Gardeners! We plant and try what is not in the books in hope to see things others say can't be done!" Injunjoe
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    Turning a basement into a greenhouse

    You don't have to spend big bucks on fancy grow setups! A cheap shop light with full spectrum bulbs will do wonders. If you get a few you can stand them on end and form a semi circle to grow taller plants. The possibilities are only limited to creativeness. I think the only reason Ninny's idea...
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    Who's gifting plants this Holiday?

    I am! I seem to all year long though. People don't leave my place empty handed to often. May it be eggs or plants. Joe :bouquet
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    Not to get anybody all ALARMED or anything, BUT...

    I noticed this post went without reply. For your first time you did great! :thumbsup All of my plants were happy upon arrival. Joe
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    What Are You Planting Today, This Week, This Month?

    Today I will have planted (when the sun comes up); Foxglove- lavender seed African Iris seed Cobaea Monasery bells ( Cup And Saucer Vine) seed Cosmos- Daydream seed Dahlia- Unwin's dwarf Mix seed Cabbage- Earliana seed Petunia ( Old fasioned) seed Joe
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    Hard Freeze Coming

    Don't know, but those 3 words scare me! :ep I wish you luck. I would be up all night here maintaining small fire pits all around my place. Joe
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    Weepy Elephant Ear

    I would just enjoy the effect! Just be sure to water these guys a little more then other plants. They like water! And it would appear they like to share it with you! Joe
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    Propagation In Full Swing!

    Well thank you all for the positive comments! Lesa I will be sure to keep some sunshine and plant pictures coming through out Winter for you! Obsessed that is a good idea. A good way to make friends to! Ron of course the tour comes with music! It is getting a little tricky pulling a hose...
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    Rooting epiphyllum cuttings (updated)

    Journey they are looking great! I would forgo the tent at this point. To change the title just edit your first post on the thread. then you can edit the title also! Joe
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    Feeding time. Today we are serving rib eye meat, Pineapple, and some Romaine lettuce. Funny when people come to visit the Flintstones hide in there cave. Joe
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    Dog food question

    Feeding time. Once or twice a week the girls get a nice bone to eat. The chopped up parts are for the Flintstones ( the turtles). Here is Rose on the left and Poppy on the right. Both from the ASPCA. Rose is about a year and a half, Poppy is 5 and shares my birthday! Poppy makes her...