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Old 02-28-2014, 09:31 PM   #11929
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Flower Power night at Desert Trails!
We aint square, so we is there.

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Old 02-28-2014, 09:42 PM   #11930
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Some pics of my Road Runner hibiscus for Barb. The flower changes color throughout the day. It had 4-5 blossoms at a time during the winter, but right now, there are over 20 blossoms or soon to be blossoms exploding on the plant. I should have sprinkled some water on them for a more dynamic effect. Maybe tomorrow. Something to make it more challenging for Barbs and her puzzle program. I had to have this one imported from NY. There used to be a website that had an animated picture of one. The pictures don't do it justice; they are really more vibrant in person. Click on them for a better picture. I'll see about getting several full plant pics of it tomorrow.

Gorgeous, not jyst a puzzle, but a great photo to paint......
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Old 02-28-2014, 09:51 PM   #11931
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Which one's Pink?
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Old 02-28-2014, 09:59 PM   #11932
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Which one's Pink?
She couldnt make the gig. :-(
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Old 02-28-2014, 10:06 PM   #11933
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Beautiful Hibiscus Flowers. I haven't had much time to tend to flowers for a few years, but that is one thing I hope to get to do, if we ever get settled somewhere.
For now I have to admire the gardens of others.
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She couldnt make the gig. :-(
So Pink Floyd was a she.... I did not know that!
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Old 02-28-2014, 10:09 PM   #11935
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So Pink Floyd was a she.... I did not know that! Learn something new here every day!
Floyd does not do live shows.
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Old 02-28-2014, 10:42 PM   #11936
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I missed the ball with this warm weather. Was looking for another cold shot at AZ. Big storm is aimed at us right now, bringing Cali and us needed rain. Only problem is, it will make more weeds pot up. I like when it rains, but during the summer, it just makes it very humid the next day or two.

After about a week... I just checked my bell pepper plant. it now has 6 or 7 half grown bells on it. I mean, they are big enough that if I wanted some bell peppers on a pizza, I could have them.

I need to plant some Roma tomatoes and some strawberries. Both grow good in my little 10x4' garden. Oh, and green onions. In the past, (09) I planted corn, lettuce, sweet and bell peppers, strawberries, onions, roma tomatoes, and a couple things I'm forgetting. One year, I had a cherry tomato plant pop up. I sure didn't plant it. I think a bird's dropping may have had a seed in it. I don't like cherry `mators; the skin is to tough.

My secret to the blooms is: Schultz 10-15-10 plant food. The company I bought it from told me that when I talked to them about no flowers.
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Old 02-28-2014, 10:48 PM   #11937
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Dunner, sounds to me you are having a lot of fun with your plants and stuff. I remember those days Good for you, sir! I had African violets and hibiscus as part of my collection, back when.
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you see! that is why I won't ever be able to make a jump to fulltime! Some of us have roots deep in the soil and while we may get potted up and moved about... there is always soil around our toes!
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you see! that is why I won't ever be able to make a jump to fulltime! Some of us have roots deep in the soil and while we may get potted up and moved about... there is always soil around our toes!
You are right. And I was rooted so then. Now, we are rooted in an adventure. Not all require it. That is good too!
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you see! that is why I won't ever be able to make a jump to fulltime! Some of us have roots deep in the soil and while we may get potted up and moved about... there is always soil around our toes!
Hey Marty !!

My DW will disagree with you she absolutely hates dirt under her nails, plus the fact whatever we planted became deer food, she does nor have fond memories of gardening, thus going FT was very easy.

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LOL... I used to have acrylic type nails for years and would wear dark enough polish to hide the dirt under there... now ya'll will just have to suffer ... despite getting scrubbed good they collect soil samples regularly.
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Hey Marty !!

My DW will disagree with you she absolutely hates dirt under her nails, plus the fact whatever we planted became deer food, she does nor have fond memories of gardening, thus going FT was very easy.

Cheers !!!!
There are good dish washing and gardening gloves out there. I use the medical type sometimes when working in the shop or garage. Some times, I forget and kick myself for not using them for some greasy projects. I normally don't like gloves because I lose sense of feel needed for some items. If a micrometer of any type is being used, I won't have on any gloves. If I'm using one of my lathes or mill (metal), I will wear thin ones I get from HB. Adjusting the speed belts is very black greasy. Another reason why I can never FT. Too many hobbies.
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