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Mary Langley at 2015-06-16T23:51:50+0000 3 people like this | 28 people comments
Help my milkweed got these black bugs that started killing the plant I sprayed with neem oil and got rid of the bugs but they damaged the plant. Should I cut back? These were not milkweed bug it was imbedded in the flower and now they look dead. - show more posts on this group
LuAnn Johnson at 2015-06-29T22:26:06+0000 1 people like this | 5 people comments
Please identify. It's growing under one of my evergreens. Pretty :) - show more posts on this group
Jessica Spiess at 2015-06-29T23:07:22+0000 3 people like this | 4 people comments
I finally made it to the backyard beds today in rural northwest Indiana. I found these two "lovelies" fighting it out with lamb's quarter. Any ideas? The first one definitely has a scent. I know its not spider wort and it doesn't look like my marestail either. And it certainly isn't what i planted! Thank you! - show more posts on this group
Cindy Veillon Bealer at 2015-06-29T22:05:48+0000 1 people like this | 4 people comments
I just got a Cajun Hibiscus and it says to use a soluable fertilizer without high phosphorus! What do y'all use ? I'm new at this and want to keep it healthy. Have it in a pot on patio with morning sun . need all the help I can get ! Thanks - show more posts on this group
Jodi Hebert at 2015-06-30T02:47:40+0000 4 people like this |
Here are a few of the blooms that I have been enjoying for the past few weeks. - show more posts on this group
Toddy Guidry at 2015-06-30T00:22:01+0000 11 people like this | 6 people comments
folks I had a message from someone who planted one of these native mallows and the plant 'didn't look too good'. A few things to remember: cut the plant to about 6 inches tall and trim all branches and leaves off. Get as much root as you can and allow that root to focus on growing that one stem. If you try and trans - show more posts on this group
Josie Sonnier at 2015-06-30T03:08:00+0000 | 3 people comments
SEEKING PRIVATE CAREGIVERS TO WORK IN ACADIANA AREA. - show more posts on this group
Jodi Hebert at 2015-06-30T03:12:04+0000 25 people like this | 2 people comments
This is a "frisbee“ or “dinner plate" hibiscus. Don't remember the scientific name. I just call it my "Alice in Wonderland" plant. The flowers are so big that I always feel like I've stepped thru the looking glass when I look at them. Each bloom only lasts a day and each day brings anywhere from two to six blooms - show more posts on this group
Josie Sonnier at 2015-06-30T04:49:06+0000 |
SEEKING PRIVATE CAREGIVERS TO WORK AS A TEAM IN ACADIANA AREA. - show more posts on this group
Eric Hymel at 2015-06-29T22:19:53+0000 3 people like this |
JERK CHICKEN anybody? I was just talking with the guys at work about the 4th. Since we all have to work we will bbq. Since I am starting to have an abundance of peppers i thought JERK CHICKEN. Here is my marrinade and sauce formula. The ph and ppms are not needed to be known. Chicken parts of your choice. (I like b - show more posts on this group

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