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Concrete. The round ones are well pits and the rectangular ones are railroad switchgear battery boxes. The very last raised bed I made of guardrails.
That's bad ass man. Any pics of pre/during assembly?
 

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Hey newmisty, is that a real live snake in your picture?
Love those lilies!
 
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That's bad ass man. Any pics of pre/during assembly?
No pics. The guardrail beds are a great idea for anyone that can weld. It sells used around $2 a foot. Just weld 4" plates on the end or a piece of 4" square tubing and paint it grey. Never rot out.
 

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Hey newmisty, is that a real live snake in your picture?
Love your lilies!
Rubber trouble makers.

Thank you VH. My tiger lillies are coming up next.
 

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No pics. The guardrail beds are a great idea for anyone that can weld. It sells used around $2 a foot. Just weld 4" plates on the end or a piece of 4" square tubing and paint it grey. Never rot out.
Love it. Thanks.
 

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"Holy Better Homes & Gardens Batman!"
I like the trellis archway.
Hey gng, thank u for those kind words, although in my opinion, its no where near the status of that name.
 

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Hey gng, thank u for those kind words, although in my opinion, its no where near the status of that name.
Looking at the plants they look "Even Better Than Better Homes And Gardens" ;)
 

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My little food garden. Much anticipation.
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To Newmisty's point about the banana pepper, seems to be how they role. Here is my largest of the peppers so far. Tiny plant, bigish pepper.
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Sarrano pepper
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Lunchbox pepper
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Anaheim pepper
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Peas
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Cucumbers, bean plant
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... and more!

Swiss chard
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Milkweed buds getting ready to open
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Bee balm starting to open. Not sure if I mentioned this before, bee balm is not only decorative but is also an edible herb. I tried a leaf a couple weeks ago and it tasted much like basil. Not bad at all.
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Echinacea starting to open
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Giant mullein plant, I tend to let these go where practical (for the pollinators)
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Even though I am not a fan of thistle I decided to let a couple of those grow as well
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My little food garden. Much anticipation.
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To Newmisty's point about the banana pepper, seems to be how they role. Here is my largest of the peppers so far. Tiny plant, bigish pepper.
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Sarrano pepper
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Lunchbox pepper
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Anaheim pepper
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Peas
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Cucumbers, bean plant
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Spitting image of my plant when I picked it! For real.
 

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^The hummingbirds LOVE these.
 

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My hot banana pepper plants has doubled on size and the fruit is matching it's unspicy brethren...
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It's so hard for me to capture the brilliance of color these Canna lillies have with my camphone. Think I did pretty good today though.
I created a little bed in the back 40 a couple years ago and it has a pretty rich environment where I transplanted some of the canna's so that lilly is already over 6ft tall! (Last pic)

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So the 2020 garden has been like the year 2020 , wtf is gonna happen next!?......

hail , hurricane winds , furnace heat with 40-60 mph wind made feel like throwing in the towel , feck

in the meantime , as an anti-dentite , this is the second time I’ve beat out and endured about 90 days of tooth pain and pulled my own molar or jaw tooth out

here is my entertaining video of the procedure

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So the 2020 garden has been like the year 2020 , wtf is gonna happen next!?......

hail , hurricane winds , furnace heat with 40-60 mph wind made feel like throwing in the towel , feck

in the meantime , as an anti-dentite , this is the second time I’ve beat out and endured about 90 days of tooth pain and pulled my own molar or jaw tooth out

here is my entertaining video of the procedure

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How much do you charge for your services?
 

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My gladiolas are blooming (have only gotten one flower at this back porch door area...I transplanted a couple to a front yard bed last year...still waiting for flowers.

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Was weeding the property just now and came across a lone Rose of Sharon flower on my border in the woods.

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I cant see photos unless i right click and open in a new window and still cant post but thought I would comment about the peppers. From the photos I have seen they are about the same size as mine. I don't even bother with the first peppers this early. Pluck them soon as you see them and force them to grow bigger before setting fruit. You'll be rewarded later in the year with larger harvests.
 

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Gladiola this AM

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this shiat gets old



..A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 500 PM MDT
FOR SOUTH CENTRAL CHEYENNE COUNTY IN EAST CENTRAL COLORADO...

At 418 PM MDT, a severe thunderstorm was located 9 miles southeast of
Kit Carson, or 21 miles southwest of Cheyenne Wells, moving south at
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HAZARD...60 mph wind gusts and quarter size hail.

SOURCE...Radar indicated.

IMPACT...Hail damage to vehicles is expected. Expect wind damage to
roofs, siding, and trees.

This severe thunderstorm will remain over mainly rural areas of south
central Cheyenne County in east central Colorado.
 

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this shiat gets old

Feel for your guys.
It's dry, then when you get precip, it is masquerading as rocks.
I had a great blueberry bush ready to pick.
This morning I looked out the window & 2 white tails were cleaning it off.
Always something...
 

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My plants need some care but are starting to produce. going to make time later this week to give some attention and do some pruning.

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I worked on dozens of organic farms in the Northeast when most of the farmers were struggling to make ends meet. Since then most of them hit it big with solar farms sited on their properties and expanded operations. Check out the online pages for Harlow's organic operation in Westminster, VT or Sanders Farm in Compton, PQ. If you stay in your field that long without making major mistakes "they will come" and you will prosper financially. Spiritual is another matter.....
 

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Works for me.

Don’t be afraid.

‘Vitamin Weed’: Neuroscientist says cannabis oil slows down aging process



Neuroscientist Dr. Michele Ross says she believes everyone can benefit from ‘vitamin weed’, or daily cannabis oil use. “Cannabis is the key to unlocking preventative medicine,” says Dr. Ross. “It helps protect your DNA from damage so it can actually slow down the aging process. I think everyone should use cannabis oil, you should learn about it, you shouldn’t be afraid.”

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I broke my no more volunteers in the garden rule & let this plant do it's thing.
Last year had regular as well as yellow zucchini.
Here are the love children going into this morning's omelette.

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Works for me.

Don’t be afraid.

‘Vitamin Weed’: Neuroscientist says cannabis oil slows down aging process



Neuroscientist Dr. Michele Ross says she believes everyone can benefit from ‘vitamin weed’, or daily cannabis oil use. “Cannabis is the key to unlocking preventative medicine,” says Dr. Ross. “It helps protect your DNA from damage so it can actually slow down the aging process. I think everyone should use cannabis oil, you should learn about it, you shouldn’t be afraid.”

https://reset.me/podcast/vitamin-weed-neuroscientist-says-cannabis-oil-slows-aging-process/



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Its true.

The Spinalcracker looks a just few years older than when I met him, nearly 2 decades ago.

The wife and I ran into him recently, we were surprised.

He must be saturated in the shit.

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I have been having some bug pressure. I sprayed this morning with pyganic. Dont be scared of it fellers, its made out of flowers, and is omri oregon tilth certified.

It kills bugs dead.

Even grasshoppers.
 

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I have been having some bug pressure. I sprayed this morning with pyganic. Dont be scared of it fellers, its made out of flowers, and is omri oregon tilth certified.

It kills bugs dead.

Even grasshoppers.

hey man thanks for the heads up on that stuff...I’ve been looking for something to add to my bug regime besides Spinosad and ladybugs

$47 fiats for this , is that about right?



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That is the stuff............right there.

:2 thumbs up:

Ahpids, mites, no problem. Its a contact killer. I run it with a bit of coco wet. I love it for some outdoor/light dep.
 

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Its true.

The Spinalcracker looks a just few years older than when I met him, nearly 2 decades ago.

The wife and I ran into him recently, we were surprised.

He must be saturated in the shit.

:don't    know2:



hahahahaahahhaa!.......good one c-smith


heres is part of my secret but that’s all I’m sayin’



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One of our magnolia trees bloomed; love these things.
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