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One of the too many ... :lol:

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Group shot .. four shelves each two sets of shelves and all but 5 plants are orchids....

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Wow, Wayne, I love that second pic- gorgeous (I have a thing for red and pink orchids)!!

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Nice orchards oinks and Wayne! We also have orchards hanging from the tree out back and like your parents, oinks, we don't do anything and they bloom during our winter. I still have my first orchard bought in 93. I did transplant that once and when I remember, spritz them with fertilizer.


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Wow, Wayne, I love that second pic- gorgeous (I have a thing for red and pink orchids)!!


I will pass that on to my wife .. I am not a plant person except when I dig, pot, water, weed, plant, move, build planters, get shelves, and move them in and out of the house for her .... :lol:

I believe it is called the Honey-Do gardening method .... :wink:

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Wow, Wayne, I love that second pic- gorgeous (I have a thing for red and pink orchids)!!


I will pass that on to my wife .. I am not a plant person except when I dig, pot, water, weed, plant, move, build planters, get shelves, and move them in and out of the house for her .... :lol:

I believe it is called the Honey-Do gardening method .... :wink:


You should grow a pear.


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Ahhh, we have Dumb and Dumber wannabes from the peanut gallery visiting ... that is so nice they can get on line without the parental controls jamming them up. :lol:

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Geez Wayne...that's just...well...just.....Put it this way...next time PM me and I'll help you out a little.


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Geez Wayne...that's just...well...just.....Put it this way...next time PM me and I'll help you out a little.


Such little help is not missed, I am sure ...

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Geez Wayne...that's just...well...just.....Put it this way...next time PM me and I'll help you out a little.


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Ok, lemmee see. RF can poke fun of wayne but poor SD's little atta-boy is deleted? OK, which one of you moderators are showing favortism towards RF?

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I am... keep it up and you will be deleted. I'm not sure you've added much of anything to this forum, SiberD, and I'm getting tired of your bs here. Consider this a final warning. This was a nice simple thread about gardening... good job mucking it up.

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I hear muck is good for gardens.. helps them grow. :D

The bulbs we planted a couple weeks ago are starting to sprout. :) Woo-hoo! Should be seeing flowers in a few weeks.
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Oi.. we still have a bunch of trees to plant. :shock: Word to the wise.. unless you have a bunch of friends who want to plant trees, don't buy trees from the forest service! They come in bundles of like 50.. and you get a few different bundles. We've got 13 trees that we have to untangle to plant.. stupid nursery we bought them from shipped them to us all jumbled together. This is their current location.. until we figure out what the heck to do with them.
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The big project we're going to start in a couple weeks is planting a row of pine trees (I think they're pine trees.. we just refer to them as the "Christmas trees") in the backyard. It's a big project because we've got to put up fencing to keep the dogs from eating them. They already gnawed on the cherry tree and the other tree in the backyard.

I'm beginning to hate trees. :D

*sigh* I forgot the "cone" plants. We've got thirty of them that we have to plant. I don't even know what the heck a cone plant is.. but it better grow something like ice cream cones for all the trouble they've been. :)

Oh. The tomatos, strawberries, and peppers are starting to grow as well. If they keep doing well we might actually have them in a few months. They're staying inside so they don't have to fight the elements.

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