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Author Topic: 2023 Gardens  (Read 630 times)

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Online glenn57

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That should work nicely. And the deer will be happy they won't need to bend over as far to reach it.  ;)
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That should work nicely. And the deer will be happy they won't need to bend over as far to reach it.  ;)

I'm always willing to help.   ;)  I actually hope they don't learn to climb the steps onto the deck.. :tut:
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1st bloom fully opened today on the one amaryllis. If we keep it watered & Poppy leaves it alone, it should provide many days worth of flowering. Luckily there is no squeaker in it or she would have torn it apart long ago.  :rolleyes:
Time itself is bought and sold, the spreading fear of growing old contains a thousand foolish games that we play. (Neil Young)