Grateful Dead

In and Out of the Garden He Goes...

So after getting a fairly gratifying amount of long-overdue yard work done over the holiday weekend, I am getting a big kick out of the fact that decades' worth of chance-acquired plants are starting to look like they belong together. And then in another topic JurassicBlueberries was holding forth on the care and feeding of blueberry plants, and what with one thing and another, I bet we've got gardeners here. Let's talk!

(PS: Folks, this should probably go without saying, but if your gardening efforts involve the cultivation of plants illegal in your jurisdiction, please do not post about them here. For all practical purposes, everyone in the world can read what you post here, and that definitely includes your local law enforcement. Or your not-so-local law enforcement. Or your mama. Silence is golden.)

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psythians flower scented stingonjaus

But we need more for govener

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interesting

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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The Childrens Umbrella Foundation

lets take a fellow man and them to understand A>S>A>P>grtfl1@yahoo.com, grtflchris@gmail.com.lets continue these proceeds on a more higher level what do you say .and as soon as you get me out of here the sooner.can,t make the the long road on my own to give everyone free gas cap.

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You sound like you know what you are talking about

Maybe a climbing rose since his playing had so many great "peaks" in it?

And the road goes on forever.... BobbaLee

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Try an Althea

I have an Althea tree-like shrub out back and a young one out front. What type of rose would best serve Jerry's memory? A climbing rose, a grandiflora, a florabunda? I'm partial to the fragrance, singular blooms, and long stems of the grandifloras.

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and if they can do that....

mebbe a cake tree for johnman........and a cookie bush.

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Roses

A horticultarist (?) developed a new rose for Linda McCartney-I wonder if anyone could do that for Jerry?

Calling all rose experts..... And the road goes on forever.... BobbaLee

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well

i finaly transplanted my tomato's to the garden... i am glad i waited we lost our cucumbers and beets to late frost in may our peas are doing good... i have decided to keep all the herbs in pots so we can have them fresh year round....this our second year for our garden and i am surprised how relatively easy gardening is...my wife planted more beets and cucumbers we will see how that goes hopefully we can harvest them before it gets cold again....

peace and hugs to all

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hm, there's a thought...

and love to see pix of the Florida flora.

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Bonsai

Marye I bet you could make some interesting Redwood bonsai.

We have some very rare cacti in South Florida and the Keys. Check out the Florida Native Plant Society-South Florida is home to some of the rarest plants in the world. I will have to ask my kids how to upload photos. Bob

And the road goes on forever.... BobbaLee

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