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Day 1 10-Oct Think this is the first year that I have tried to harvest the green tomatoes before a freeze. To help me ripen these tomatoes, I will use a method for small tomatoes.. tomato in a bottle 🎶 message in a bottle. Be glad you can’t hear me singing that. Now onto the […]
Wow this is a big cluster of mushroom. It’s growing on the decaying roots of the silver maple. I have posted it to inaturalist to see if I can get an identification.
When I look about the garden I see a lot of finished projects for the first time in a long time. This year’s been very productive. Not only have I found a few plants that are beneficial to both birds and me, I have found a new sense of appreciation for maintenance, the test of […]
Picea Abies – Norway Spruce (E,M,LC,F) 50 feet Tall x 25′ Spread, soft 1″ slightly curved needles. The needles turn a darker green / blue as they mature. They last up to 50 years and grow up to 1 foot per year. Vegetation Type: Evergreen (E) Moisture: Medium (M) Soil Type: Loams, and Clays (LC) […]
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With near daily watering the old morning glory seeds are producing nicely. Say hello to Miss O’Hara Ipomoea Nil ‘Scarlett O’Hara / Scarlet O’Hara’ Annual Vine with large heart shape emerald leaves. Deep hot pink flowers with white throats emerge mid-summer. Multiple stems grow vigorously
The plants I track in my Colorado garden. Zone: 5 Light: 2020 – 30% sun, 35% part-shade, 35% shade. Looking out my patio I face northwest and the majority of the yard is shaded by numerous trees throughout the day. A large maple was removed in 2019 at the southwestern edge that has created more […]
Does this peach look right? Not the look I was going for. But perhaps from this we’ll get and even better shape for a very loose espalier. Definitely looking bushy. But underneath I might just see the fan I was hoping for. A fan can be found within what looks like a bushy tree. Below […]
Lilacs are native to the Southeast Europe. A plant I have loved, loved since childhood, its scent is like no other. Our first lilac grew huge in the middle of our haphazard back yard on the edge of the front range plains. It was a bright spot among the false starts, weedy grass, and scattered […]