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New 09:42
But the plants seems to love it...
New 09:54
No, I meant jar
New 09:54
Your garden looks fine..
New 09:54
You can use textures with hostess and ferns in the shade parts...
New 09:59
I don't like sprinklers...
New 09:59
Though I use them...
New 09:59
I prefer drip irrigation ideally
New 09:59
and a ton of mulch..
New 10:00
There's this lady who does soil research...
New 10:01
I believe she covered compacted soil with 6 inches of mulch and in 6 weeks (more or less)
New 10:01
(if memory serves me right)
New 10:01
The soil microbiome was healthy....
New 10:09
Isn't it?
New 10:09
New 10:09
Personally I'm a rose nut
New 10:09
I understand Ole
New 10:10
I use one too...
New 10:10
or run with the hose here and there....
New 10:10
and I love fragrant flowers
New 10:14
Yeah.. I understand that...
New 10:14
There's a station where they grow hardy prairie roses....
New 10:14
First generation before, the explorers of agriculture Canada
New 10:15
There are some of the most amazing plants...
New 10:15
If I find a link, I'll send you one...
New 10:19
Lol!
New 10:19
Love these stories Ole
New 10:20
New 10:20
Are the leaves fragrant Ole...
New 10:20
There's a species rose, that after rain, smells likes apples
New 10:20
rosa rubiginosa - Sweet briar rose
New 10:21
Gonna cook some lunch
New 13:29
That must have been lovely rose...then..
New 13:32
You can also get some Labrador tea
New 13:32
Know that one..
New 13:33
Do you grow any Paul Barden rose's jbb?
New 13:35
Ah I see... I like that mentality...
New 13:37
Yes...
New 13:38
I have calmed down....
New 13:38
It was more...
New 06:07
morning
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