Im getting my back up and going, and I was wondering what kind of gardening questions you all had?

Working through Passalong . Its about the kind of plants you mostly find by knowing other gardeners. Its a bit surprising that they speak so lovingly about many plants that are notoriously invasive in the south (morning glories, etc)


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Teperary beans that I havent watered them directly in weeks.

Greek Cucumbers

Cornflower

Gold Nugget Squash that I think is ready but I dont wanna pick another one with green flesh.

Wide shot with Amaranth

And a tiny jumping spider on my growbag.

I've seen hundreds of cornflowers but i honestly dont remember ever growing them before. My daughter made short work of it, but beautiful while it lasted.

a good view of my cucurbit forest. Pumpkins, Zucchini, Watermelons, Gold Nugget, Greek Cucumber, and Luffa carpeting the place.

These are teperary , grown in the southwest long before european contact. They have long taproots making them a perfect match when planted in the wet season of an otherwise dry climate. communities in AZ depended on them the same way CAs indigenous peoples depended on acorns and fish runs.

my girlfriend is still selling some pride pins/keychains/necklaces if anyone is interested. etsy.com/shop/sarahsrealm/

I'm here to plug my and follow cool folks since G+ died and MeWe ain't for me. If you are posting cool stuff (especially outside of D&D, but even ) post and I'll probably follow you unless your non-rpg posts aren't my bag.

A little short, and a little late, but at least I got something out. I present 'tags' a replacement for, or supplement to, skills and attributes in the . Get the full ep plusorminus.xyz/tag-your-it

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