Happy Plant addiction..

Discussion in 'Houseplants' started by Deana Tankersley, Apr 4, 2019.

  1. Cayuga Morning

    Cayuga Morning Hardy Maple Plants Contributor

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    Ah! So they are grape vines! Wow sounds like you have some extensive plantings Deana.
     
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    Oh my, I can relate Deana. Fruit production is a lot of work. I think we have only 75 or so grapevines. 3 rows. But appleas, 5 75' rows of raspberries, blueberries and I grow vegetables for farmers markets and a roadside stand. ... So, what do you do with your grapes? I use about 2 bu of ours the rest I sell.
     
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    I love houseplants! Unfortunately I had to get rid of all of mine several years ago. A life circumstance that kicked my butt so I had to change everything.

    Ron loves houseplants too. Well, he loves plants period, but doesn't have the time to tend a garden. Once I move in, we have big plant plans! :smt026

    Like me, he'd like houseplants in every room, flower gardens outside and a veggie garden. He has the veggie plot already, nicely fenced off with a cute little gate (I think I posted that gate here once...the one with the heart cutout?) Anyway the flower and veggie gardens may have to wait till next season, there's way too much going on right now...renovating the master bedroom/bathroom, his daughter's wedding, me moving in....all in the next 3 months!!! Planting will have to wait I'm afraid.
     
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    Deana Tankersley Seedling

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    That's the drive in us all I think is knowing how beautiful and tasty everything will be that keeps all of us on here working so hard. This is the first yr I'm gonna try making some homemade wine..been doing a lot of research and have a few friends who make it quite well who are gonna show me the ropes..so excited..Gonna get back into canning and preserves..been away too long. our veggie garden and fruit trees I feel are such a blessing..I feel so very greatful. ❤ Wishing everyone such a rewarding season.
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  5. carolyn

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    wow you are far ahead of our growing season here. we don't even have leaves out yet. that is the 3rd photo of? I don't recognize that.
     
  6. Deana Tankersley

    Deana Tankersley Seedling

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    Sorry, yea it's warm here in Ga. Guess I'm just so excited to be back getting my hands dirty again and working hard. Buisness kept me away so much a lot was neglected..jus SO happy to be working on getting it back in shape. the 3rd pic is baby peach buds. We also have apple and pear lemon, trees, blueberries,thornless blackberries..just feels so good to be gardening again. Really missed it.
     
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    ahhh. we have peaches in Ohio... I guess I just forgot what they looked like at that stage.
     

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