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Clayton Fields at 2015-07-06T01:29:04+0000 | 2 people comments
We are in Southeast Wisconsin, can anyone identify this plant? - show more posts on this group
Norma J Todd at 2015-07-06T04:22:06+0000 3 people like this | 2 people comments
Think I have enough to plant this fall for next years crop and to last through the winter. Will finish with last of the braiding tomorrow. - show more posts on this group
Muddasir Saeed Bhutta at 2015-07-06T01:47:05+0000 4 people like this |
I observed it in my mango garden #Muzaffar_garh Punjab Pakistan. Please identify and recommend proper cure. - show more posts on this group
Helena Faunch at 2015-07-05T22:48:18+0000 5 people like this | 1 people comments
Foxglove and new forest ponies! 😊🌺☀️🌲🐴 - show more posts on this group
Michelle Wilson at 2015-07-06T02:24:38+0000 |
Garlic seedlings $50 - Merbein Garlic left in ground from last year,shooting and is surplus to our planting needs. 50c to $1.00, depending on size of bulb.will be left in ground until picked up. - show more posts on this group
Tabithe Skinner at 2015-07-06T01:47:44+0000 11 people like this | 2 people comments
Healthy Holistic Living Have an old pair of jeans that maybe has a bunch of holes or stains? Here is a fun project to re-purpose them! #diy - show more posts on this group
Tony Grasso at 2015-07-06T03:35:16+0000 |
Native Fangipani plants $10 Native Frangipani plants, 13 cm pots height ( from ground ) 25cm $2, 35cm $3, 50cm $ 4 , larger 21cm pot height 70 cm $5 or $10 for the lot. A Local nursery sells the tiny 5cm seedling tubes for $4.95 ea ! - show more posts on this group
Gianni Campellone at 2015-07-06T02:41:27+0000 2 people like this |
Finally finished my Rhino Rat Snake's (Loki) Vivarium. Sorry for the graininess in the second photo. I'm using a camera phone. I'll post a video shortly of it in action. - show more posts on this group
Gianni Campellone at 2015-07-06T02:45:31+0000 1 people like this |
Loki's vivarium in action. The hardest part was the bloody waterfall. - show more posts on this group
Kati Puglisi at 2015-07-05T22:07:49+0000 | 8 people comments
what are the trees that look like walnut or nut tree... but right now have orange/pink flowers/spiral looking seed pods? sorry no pic. truly a test ! - show more posts on this group

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