I saw that when walking around Lake Harriet. I didn't know why it was there, but found it fascinating. Thanks for the explanation, ER
Wow, your garden is growing. Thanks for the pics.
That's Michigan all right. Brings back chilly memories.
Don't you just love those beautiful red birds! We have two pair on our acre. Each pair can live on 1/2 acre without grand territorial battles...
Wonderful doggies, Bethie. Greyhounds do NOT play ball. They poke their noses in the air unless, of course, you are willing to stop and give a...
Good morning all. Richard, do you promise rain? I hope so. Or maybe we got our rain for the year in January and February.
Wonderful pics, Al. Are they blooming now?
Hi UUB and welcome from New Orleans, Louisiana. I know nothing about gardening in Sweden. But this is a fun place to learn.
Welcome, Annette, from New Orleans. Spring has arrived here, but gardening season never really ends.
I would think that Frank would delight in airhead types.
Good morning all. Beautiful day in New Orleans. I hate the time changing. And will hate it again in the fall.
The more water we can use before it goes down the storm drain, the more it helps, not only our gardens, but our planet.
Welcome Calomaar, from New Orleans. I have spent much time in your part of the world and it's gorgeous there. A tad cold, but so pretty....
Kinda dry there for a surfer house, isn't it DR? But Frank will be moving in soon. Does it need renovations before he arrives?
I don't buy fertilizer at all. I use my own compost and pond water. Best fertilizer I have found.
Hi Sgt, welcome to the Stew, from New Orleans, La.
I have seen lots of crispy worms on sidewalks, but none with a smile on it's face.
I'm sure Richard would love a trip to WVA to spread it for you.
I am in New Orleans, where Katrina hit. Soon, if the coast keeps receding, we will have waterfront property.
I am a native Michigander and no...
Another welcome from another Louisianian. Spring has arrived here and we are planting. When will you be able to put a plant in the ground in the...
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