What smells good November 2022?

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  1. Dirtmechanic

    Dirtmechanic Young Pine

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    The tea olives here are scenting. The scent always strikes my olfactory like a sledgehammer. My reptile brain immediately thinks Sophia Lauren is nearby, but in the next microseconds I float dejectedly back to earth. I planted them on all four corners of the property so no matter which way the wind blows, the house benefits.
     
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    Logan Hardy Maple

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    That's a good idea to plant them in the four corners.
     
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    Pacnorwest In Flower

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    Nothing ….the pollen from the cones on the trees have my nose totally non functioning . Everything is covered in yellow…pollen…
     
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    Zigs Young Pine

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    I can't smell very well, I leave things like that to Tetters :D
     
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    Tetters In Flower

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    o_O Is he suggesting I stink? :suspicious:
     
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    Tetters In Flower

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    Eleagnus ebbingei is sending out a beautiful scent all over the site. The flowers are small and quite insignificant but the perfume will linger right through Christmas - lovely!
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    Dirtmechanic Young Pine

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    No but I have seen you smell out a rat!
     
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    It is the silverberry that is setting off the olfactory. :)
     
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    Zigs Young Pine

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    No, it's me that can't smell very well :whistling: :D
     
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    Tetters In Flower

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    :setc_063: what I have to put up with :setc_026:
     
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    Dirtmechanic Young Pine

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    I look at these things as a positive for an aging male. We lose our hearing in certain frequencies too, which also adds to household bliss.:sleeping:
     
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    Jewell Incorrigible Gardener Plants Contributor

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    Smell of wet dogs

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    Pacnorwest In Flower

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    All the furry kids are busy … “Something or somebody smells funny” ! 06D28B95-E459-4DE3-A827-6E35C66A6F42.jpeg
     
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