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Pots of Summer 2019

Discussion in 'Flowers & Roses' started by Carol Dee, May 26, 2019.

  1. Jul 5, 2019
    SweetMissDaisy

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    And since I’m sitting here on the patio, here’s more purple I can quickly share with you.... and this isn’t the last of it. :hide The sunflowers were planted by the birds... my favorite garden helpers. The deer haven’t found the sunflowers yet! 3E586D6A-297F-4264-A1B9-818B8F1ADED5.jpeg
     
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    Carol Dee

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    I LOVE your place :love
     
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    SweetMissDaisy

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    Thank you, Carol> :). In that last photo you can see where i will eventually be putting the garden — i want to put in a few raised beds that will need to be surrounded w/ deer fencing. The beds will be to the right of the trellises, and just beyond the rhubarb that’s there now. We plan to fence in that lower pasture... at some point. The coop and garden area would be outside the fence, as would that charming little blue spruce.
     
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    it's nice to have it close to the house as much as possible as it means you'll see it more and be more likely to take care of things and also to get out and harvest when things are ready, plus being in closer proximity to the house does deter some animals somewhat... :)
     
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