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    had a good seadon for cucumbers...one of my tomatoe plants is causing them to turn black on the bottom. also grew cukeamelons...YUCK...all seeds & kinda sour. son is growing pumpkin but they have powdery mildew on the leaves...not the best season for us...lol

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    Anyone want to post their begginning pictures??? I so miss to have a garden
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    So far I only have pics of weeds I took to use Google lens , so afraid I'm gonna pull a true plant I'll take some pics today only have garlic and onions in my veggie garden and still have to clean the grass out of my Raspberry patch

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    not related to a garden but a little to grow spider plant that I received in gift that I did put in my balcony outside...
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    not mine altrought i did have one before but red arthurium that I find beautifull!!!
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    Has anyone used the Zehrs guarantee on trees, shrubs, rose bushes and perennials? If I purchase now and plant into beds and don't catch, can I get a refund in the fall or credit? When would I return it?

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    I have purchased a petunnia at wm in clearance at wm gardeniing center reg 12$ clearance 5$ I put it on my balcony,it is beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anna Michele View Post
    I know I should have cut of the garlic scapes when they started to curl but I didn't now I have these bitty seeds, how many seasons til they are a decent size if I replant now?
    Also my garlic that I planted is quite small I was told due to not cutting off the scapes, so do I keep and use, or replant ? All or just the biggest ones?


    I am very late seeing this post, but thought I'd reply, anyway. The little garlic seeds are called bulbils, and they can definitely be planted. Depending on the variety of garlic, bulbils can be the size of a grain of rice or a marble. They can take 2-3 years of successive planting to reach the size of a regular garlic bulb (again, depending on the variety). It takes patience, but is a great way to grow unusual/rare varieties (paying to have bulbs shipped can be very expensive) and growing garlic from bulbils can help keep disease/fungus out of the garlic plot.

    Here is a good article about how to grow bulbils. It's how I learned.
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    This was the first year I'd ever grown Frosted Salmon poppies. They are so pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueNorthTreasures View Post
    This was the first year I'd ever grown Frosted Salmon poppies. They are so pretty!

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    @TrueNorthTreasures your pic attachments would not show up for me but I Googled under images and they look like a beautiful large Peony type of bloom....salmon would be a gorgeous colour! Congrats!
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    @walkonby - I think I fixed it (I hope the pictures show up for others). I don't have a lot of experience growing flowers, so was delighted when these came up and put on such a show. So ruffled and billowy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueNorthTreasures View Post
    @walkonby - I think I fixed it (I hope the pictures show up for others). I don't have a lot of experience growing flowers, so was delighted when these came up and put on such a show. So ruffled and billowy!
    hooray! yes I can see them, what a great blooming you got! Congrats again.
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