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#61 Juthro

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Posted 28 September 2018 - 07:31 PM

WildE, do you have any idea what to do with some green onions that got away from me?

 

 

 

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Posted 28 September 2018 - 07:42 PM

:) nice ..... salad ..... steak ..... potatoes and butter .... oh mushrooms fried in butter with thoes greens sound good.... you can cut them up and place on a cookie sheet in the freezor and then bag once froze ( this way they dont all stick together ;)
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Posted 16 October 2018 - 06:34 AM

Taking clippings of the fancy tomatoes have left me with yummy stickey fingers :) yum yum :)

 

If I clip it a bit more it be covered enough to keep the frost off it for a another week or two

 

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not bad this year for bag seed

 

it smells like stinky lemon ..... could be a seed from lemon diesel ........

 

............I will call this one Stinky Purple Lemon cuz the older buds have a purple color in them :)  ..... I miss the purple weed that gets the yellow / orange / red / purple leaves like the fall colors that are on the trees this time of year



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Posted 17 October 2018 - 12:33 AM

Congrats Canada rec. weed is legal!! :)  Here is a few pictures to celebrate ..... next year they do not have to hide in the shadows :) a budy reminded me that the buds would be heavier if they had more light  thanks budy

 

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lookin sad all trimmed back..... the frost is getting heavy and the covers touching buds so I clipped and left a bunch to grow a few more weeks covered up

....I have had my Medi card for a bit now but next summer I can offer the girls more light

 

this cloth is cool letting light and rain threw but you are not advertising to the drones lol

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with a sheet out front its protected from frost

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purple tips to the buds i like purple

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Posted 10 January 2019 - 06:01 PM

I would take some of the onions and dehydrate them for storage and use later, dry others and powder to flavor salt for personal use and for gifts. A big batch of fried taters and onions, I can hear the sizzle now.

 

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 06:53 AM

Thanks for the tip :) ... I have used a food dehydrator with some success for drying onion ...dont pack them too tight there is lots of water in onion and they will clump together and watch the temp .....move trays around if you need too so you do not burn the onion ;)
I have froze onion too same goes lots of water dry on a cookie tray or freeze in portons or maybe ice cube tray donated to freezing onion you may have onion flavored ice ;)

I should note that my girls were under the tent that shaded the rabbits :) they love the leaves and stems :) and the girls loved the poop :) warmth and extra watering ;) gotta water the rabbits a fe times a day i the summer so the plants didnt get neglected in a part of the yard that was not used daily ;) ....it is also fenced tall ( last dog could jump the 8foot tall fence) ;) but you cannot see threw it lol Po cannot jump well he cannot get ove a baby gate but he could charge threw it .... ask my sons poor bed room door crash and threw ;) ..............

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Posted 01 May 2019 - 02:40 PM

I have many plastic coffee cans and was thinking about making a stacking fence / planters for sweet peas and morning glorys.

It will be a part of my front yard in my hedge where there is a hole. This hedge seperates my yard and the street, I want to keep our dog Po Po in the yard but its a barrier not a true fence. I just wanna go a couple feet up, Po cannot step over a baby gate, this hight would be perfect.

Im thinking about drilling a couple small drainage holes on the bottom of the plastic cpffee cans and .....??

I need to drill holes on 4 sides well 4 equally spaced so I can use thick enough saplings to hook it all together.....fill with sand / peatmoss dirt mix.

maybe 3 wide and so many long, then next layer 2 wide then 1 ....maybe starting with 4 on the bottom ..... I dont wanna be too thick but I do wanna be tall enough..... maybe do some measuring and get back to you all....

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Posted 11 May 2019 - 01:51 PM

My kids got me Pansy flowers for Mothers day and parsley and carnations and celery root ..... as well as the bunny wire I needed to fix some bunny cages ..... so work is on this spring and we already cut some Popular and Elm trees down to give some light to my fenced garden :)

*Trees had to come down they were growing into or on to my roof .... the trees were big enough to start causing damage already and it just get worse .... so a good buddy cut them down and we burned him some of our finest to celebrate to growing some good stuff in the sun where it dose not matter if the helicopters see them this year :)

 

gardens need to be dug..... seeds in ....... and wait for rest of seeds when frost danger passes.....

fish get them used to the pond with some pond water in the tank......

 

need to think more....... cut tops off some water jugs 4L jug and use them for mini green houses :) stick them into the ground a little :) get the squash and dagga out early :) tomato maybe...


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Posted 19 May 2019 - 07:17 PM

Sounds nice. I love growing bunnies and they can make nice pets :) we actually have no bunnies this year. A few ducks and couple pairs of geese plus some chickens. I'm trying to grow as much food for them as i/we can and have food too. Expanding gardens into more space for regular veggies and stuff. Plenty of herbs and as much fruit as we can manage.
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Posted 19 May 2019 - 07:27 PM

The bunnies and chickens like the leaves and stems and dogs and parrot also like either baby leaves and peeling stems. Funny that they just about all will eat some of the plant.
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Posted Yesterday, 04:54 AM

The bunnies and chickens like the leaves and stems and dogs and parrot also like either baby leaves and peeling stems. Funny that they just about all will eat some of the plant.

:) even the bug eaten veg the birds or rabbits wont mind even the bugs man the birds love them :) .....the one cat I had watched a caterpiller walk across my garden for a good 20mins helping it on its way with a smack here and there lol


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