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Re: Coffeehouse 2598... JunieGirl 3 hours ago
Good morning !
Sunnh, can you buy prefab concrete steps ? They are hollow underneath, so are ready/easy to haul and set into place. We had them at our new house in Illinois. If you did I would think they would last better for you.
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Re: What did you do in the garden today? 2020 Bestofour 13 hours ago
Still jealous of your taters. I've got cucumbers to trade smile
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The Plants and Flowers Forum Jump to new posts
Re: Portulaca Help Bestofour 13 hours ago
How long have you had it? Hang it in the sun and give it time.
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Re: Coffee House 2597..... JunieGirl Jul 4th, 2020 at 11:31 AM
Well message me if the problem continues..this CH is closed
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Plant pests and problems Jump to new posts
Re: DOOMED TOMATO PLANTS Sunflowers Jul 2nd, 2020 at 06:21 PM
Do the veins of the leaves have a purple discoloration?
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Re: Blooming Fine 2020.... Sunflowers Jul 2nd, 2020 at 02:12 PM
Thanks. I am waiting for the plants on all the other sides to mature...the front was done so many years ago but the last three sides are quite sparse.

Hostas do amazing here...I have a few other varieties on other sides but they are still small yet.
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Re: Ever refinished/painted furniture that isn't wood? Sunflowers Jul 1st, 2020 at 11:11 AM
Yes you can...as long as you use a primer first. I have also had good results with a primer/paint combo in spray cans. Just a word of advice though...go with a flat finish. It hides and covers better than a semi gloss.
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The Plants and Flowers Forum Jump to new posts
Re: What flower are these? :) Bestofour Jun 30th, 2020 at 02:33 AM
It is a type of sunflower.
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Plant pests and problems Jump to new posts
what bug or parasite is this Darth Stewie Jun 24th, 2020 at 01:03 AM
[img]https://www.dropbox.com/s/wwtxc1kvg8g2uyq/2020-06-23%2017.10.01.jpg?dl=0[/img]

First off thanks for the add. Any help on id of this parasitic low life trying to get a free meal on my expense. LOL any help would be appreciated
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Re: Gnats Gnats and more Gnats Bestofour Jun 23rd, 2020 at 02:11 PM
Originally Posted by Darth Stewie
Leave a throwaway plastic glass with some sweetend black coffe or tea or any drink that drys up to a goo almost. you could say they will smell it and come to it and stick and die on it. Learned one weeked, had a meeting and a cup of coffe sat at the table where he and I met and it stayed over the weekend. Came in Monday Morning and gnats were gone but cup was therer loaded with dead gnats.


My daughter lives in GA and at certain times of the year the gnats are horrible.
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Re: Need tomato help....leaves curling. Sunflowers Jun 23rd, 2020 at 09:31 AM
You'll just need to wash the pots with bleach for next year and throw away the soil that is in them now.

I am hoping that it is just leaf roll...which sometimes happens if they have too much nitrogen kissie
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Re: Brown Spots in lawn Darth Stewie Jun 23rd, 2020 at 03:02 AM
I get the same thing every other year. I have used powder detergent (all temp. cheer, tide, must be the dry type) spread like hand spraying fertilizer ( i know you should always use a spreader and not your hand ) by hand across the yard. My neighbor who is an old retired man and always has a green awesome front yard. We are here in Houston Tx, and he says it is some bug that eats the grass root. that is our issue or mine every 2 years but it takes care of it quick, dont over do it though it will hurt it a bit if you go to heavy with it.
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Re: Hello from Toronto Bestofour Jun 22nd, 2020 at 03:54 AM
Hello Willow.
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New Plant Profiles Jump to new posts
Re: Alstroemeria (Potted) - what fertilizer? Willow999 Jun 21st, 2020 at 09:30 PM
Well, I watered with the 18-18-21 so I'll see what happens this week.
The pot is currently 3/4 empty as I pulled allot of the individual spend stems right out.
Hopefully the fertilizer will stimulate new stems to shoot up.
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The Banter Hall Jump to new posts
Re: Coffee House 2596 JunieGirl Jun 21st, 2020 at 02:57 PM
Yay for farm sales !!!!

Thanks for the new CH, Sunny. This one is closed !,...............
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The Tomato Forum Jump to new posts
Re: How deep to plant? Papou Jun 19th, 2020 at 07:12 AM
Originally Posted by Sunflowers
Tina is right, the deeper the tomato plant...the stronger it grows.
If you have access to some freshly caught Fish you might want to try digging your hole a tad deeper , drop a small or halfe a bigger fish into the hole , handfull of lime over the Fish , some soil with a wee bit of slow release fertiliser , soil and then the plant.
Did so this year and most plants strong healthy and loaded with Fruit..
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The Plants and Flowers Forum Jump to new posts
Re: My hoya is having a Ball JunieGirl Jun 19th, 2020 at 02:01 AM
Yes we have kept in touch. Not frequently but we do keep in contact.
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The House Plant Forum Jump to new posts
Re: African Violet Help JunieGirl Jun 11th, 2020 at 07:02 PM
I agree with Bestofour.

But let me suggest this. When you water use lukewarm or water that has sat for 48 hours. Also, water at the base of the plant, being sure not to splash the foliage with the water.
They do not react well to thst.

Also you could try putting the African violet near a South or West facing window. ,(no direct harsh light)....They like temperatures 65 and 80*F

Good Luck and let us know how it dors.
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Re: Coffee House 2595... Sunflowers Jun 10th, 2020 at 11:17 AM
It was just a stuck spring...but this trimmer has seen better days. I can see the need for a new one by next year.

We are in need of a new coffeehouse. Tag, you're it grin
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Re: Happy Birthday Junie! Bestofour Jun 8th, 2020 at 02:15 PM
Happy Birthday. Today is Ginger's birthday too. It's a good day all around.
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