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Early morning photos of Wisteria blooming . . .
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Nothing beats rain water for really greening things up!
This patch of nasturtiums really enjoy it.
Chayote squash grow vigorously, require minimal watering, and produce a great tasting crincled-green pear-shaped fruit.
Save a few of the largest fruits for another season.
Lizards are a good sign of a healthy garden. Anyone know what kind this one is?
A bed of sedum (low growing succulent) provides a great accent in the garden, with minimum water and maintenace, along with encouraging a host of bees.
Posted on April 2, 2016 |
Posted on March 27, 2016 |
An excellent source of perennial calcium, collard tree cuttings are easy to root as the season gets warmer.
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