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Catalog Companies or One Company With Many Aliases


March 15, 2018, 3:21 pm

Everybody seems to get a few catalogs but this is getting ridiculous. I have what seems to be one company operating under numerous aliases bombarding me with catalogs. Problem is that the actual ... Read more »

Dinner Last Night


March 2, 2018, 2:57 pm

Pan fried pork chop. Spinach. Red potatoes baked for the schtinkin' JennieO turkey lurky beast, now sliced and pan fried in the pork chop drippings - X-cellent spuds Same dinner tonight. https:/... Read more »

Re-powering the tiller


March 1, 2018, 4:03 am

  Oh dear me dear me , the free tiller won't start ... again this year . Always been difficult and I'm tired of throwing money - and more importantly , time - at a Briggs that's at least 20 yea... Read more »

iPower Hydroponics from Zenhydro


February 26, 2018, 1:14 pm

Zenhydro- the best hydroponics store brings to the best of hydroponic suppl ies from around the globe. We have a wide range of products to suit any req uirement of a hydroponic grower. The best of ... Read more »

Bird Seed in Compost?


February 26, 2018, 2:30 am

You know how the bird seed accumulates on the bottom of the Avery is it ok to ad to compost Read more »

Feeding plants flies for protein using soapy water


December 31, 2017, 12:52 am

How does a single soap drop of flak incapacitate a housefly? Do you think the dish soap is bad or good for the plants? What is it about soapy water that knocks house flies right out of the air? ... Read more »

Merry Christmas to All You Fine Folks


December 24, 2017, 5:02 pm

I hope everyone is/was having a good Christmas or otherwise winter fiesta. Please excuse my ab scents -- bin neglecting the fine newsgroups, but hope to improve again as soon as I can find anot... Read more »

Problem With Palm


December 16, 2017, 2:56 pm

Hi, Not sure which palm this is but we have noticed the leaves are turning yellow, wondered if its because of the cold as it was -2 degrees last night. At the moment we have wrapped it in fleece, is... Read more »

A plant to identify


November 28, 2017, 6:08 am

Hello all, I came across this very aromatic plant in my neighborhood. Having no nursery around where I live anymore I took it to the local big-box hardware store, they did not know what it is :( (... Read more »

Uses for cottage cheese


November 26, 2017, 1:31 am

I have cottage cheese to use up by the 27th. Should have checked the date when I bought it I guess. I found a couple of food network recipes that use it. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/paula... Read more »

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Killing Tree Roots Once and For All

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Several months ago I had two large liquid amber trees removed from my front lawn. They had an extensive surface root system, so I had the roots ground as well. Well, obviously some of the roots rema... Read more »

How do you plug the drainage hole in clay pot?

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I have a beautiful clay pot that I want to convert to a fountain. What is the best device for plugging the drainage hole? Also, I am new to this group. Can I forward photos of struggling plants fo... Read more »

Permanent Digital Moisture Meter for Plants

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Does anyone make a digital meter that can be left in a small plant and show the water saturation of the soil around the roots 24x7? I have played with the Thirsty Light and find it to be inaccurat... Read more »

Plant Identification?

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Found this beauty in the woods, it stays green all winter (east TN)and it goes down in the 20's and teens a lot with this staying green. Last fall I had dug up one (I didn't dig it up until I saw ... Read more »

Why are Orchids so expensive

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They are not rare...they are very difficult to grow at times...one mistake and your out of $16 to $75 that I have seen. I don't know if you get any guarantees on them though. Read more »

Dethatching Solution

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I have heard of a mixture of detergent, beer and I think ammonia that will enhance the decomposition of thatch. Of course I have no idea where I heard about it or the recipe. First has anybody trie... Read more »

How to transplanting Pineapple broom trees

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Hi everyone I'm new to this forum so please be gentle. I am also a very novice gardener so be even more gentle. We moved into our house just under 2 years ago, we have an acre at the back to try to ... Read more »

What climbing vines/flowers to use on pillars at front of house????

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Hi all. Long time reader, first time poster..... I've got a question that I'm hoping the knowledgable people on this forum may be able to help with... At the front of my house I've got 2 steel pillar... Read more »

moldy grass clippings..

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Hi all! I was saving some grass clippings for mulch and discovered this morning that they were very wet and moldy. (yes, lesson learned) I am assuming that it is NOT a good idea to use moldy grass c... Read more »

plants named Peter

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Hopefully some of you may be able to help I have three Sons Peter, David and Alden In an effort to get them involved in the Garden, I am trying to buy some plants that they can 'adopt' I have plante... Read more »

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