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Paulxx001 65M  
22616 posts
12/24/2021 6:55 am

I've got a snowman growing on my deck
Does that count? πŸ€”
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CleavageFan4U 65M  
69374 posts
12/24/2021 7:25 am

When I lived in Fort Lauderdale I didn't have a garden per se, but we did have producing mango, key lime and orange trees.

Now here in Kansas in plant tomatoes and sweet peppers. I sun-dry or freeze, or make salsa out of what I cannot eat in season. That is SOO yummy come winter!

I hope you have a Merry Christmas.

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Alannah_cd 65T  
195 posts
12/24/2021 7:26 am

the tomatoes look great and delicious! happy holidays!


justskin1 70M
13175 posts
12/24/2021 7:30 am

I live in an apartment so no growing stuff for me. I used to love having flower beds when I lived in a house. Wait, I still do grow some things. I love to make things grow on Diane. They do not get very big but are oh so succulent.
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spunkycumfun 62M/67F  
41171 posts
12/24/2021 7:35 am

I'm going to start with a herb garden when I move home.


staci_19702 51T  
3767 posts
12/24/2021 7:40 am

Oh that’s great!
Not much of a green thumb here. My lawn was great this year. Along with my cacti collection. Cactus are my friends!

Have a great day! πŸ’‹
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mc_justmc 62M  
6929 posts
12/24/2021 7:46 am

Even if I tried, the beast that lives in the backyard would eat everything including any kind of fencing I put up to stop him.


redrockrascal 63M
23580 posts
12/24/2021 8:24 am

Nice tomatoes and the produce looks good too

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chrissy20073 63T
315 posts
12/24/2021 8:43 am

garden and plants look great love planting and watching things grow although dont have much time for it this year Merry Christmas


author51 59F  
130010 posts
12/24/2021 8:56 am

Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow?...lol. Love seeing the progress of your farm fresh produce my friend. Keep it all going and growing my friend. Happy Christmas Eve to you. Merry Christmas also as I may have time for my usual Christmas song post in the wee hours, but will be off afterwards until Monday morning....xoxo


pagancountrygirl 64F
6466 posts
12/24/2021 9:23 am

Neem oil. It's a great way to get rid of those pesky little crawly (and flying) critters that like to munch on your garden. It's also organic and safe for you to handle. Mix with a bit of liquid soap and some water, spray on and no more things that bug you!
Merry Christmas

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BicuriousCar 62F
76 posts
12/24/2021 11:59 am

Merry Christmas

Just wanted to say that I enjoy your garden pictures though I am jealous. Wish I had a green thumb like yours. I am in garden zone 9.

Please keep making me jealous!


Weeload2 59M
1104 posts
12/24/2021 12:14 pm

Looking good. Personally I could go for some fresh hot peppers. I caught a nasty chest cold and sore throat. It's going to be a mellow Christmas Eve and day here

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citizen4722 64M  
74582 posts
12/24/2021 1:55 pm

I wish I had your energy and enthusiasm for gardening.


pacnwlover42 53M
9808 posts
12/24/2021 9:27 pm

Great tomatoes! Thanks for sharing more of your garden pics.

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PonyGirl1965 56F
22090 posts
12/25/2021 1:58 am

Your Everglades tomatoes sound delicious.
Save the cans from your daily cooking. Cut off the top and bottom. When you plant tomatoes (or anything maybe) put the seedling in the ground with the can partly under the level or soil. Many worms cannot go up and over the can to get to the plant. It's not perfect but it did help my garden a lot.


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45821 posts
12/25/2021 3:08 am

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justme51 70M

12/25/2021 3:09 am

Merry Christmas


redrockrascal 63M
23580 posts
12/25/2021 7:34 am

EnigmaInitiative replies on 12/25/2021 7:18 am:
Did you want to squeeze them to see if they're fresh?

I thought putting tomatoes in your mouth was how you checked them

When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.

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lonlyforlove2 79M  
32704 posts
12/25/2021 5:53 pm

Good looking produce, I have always had a nice garden, up till I stared having problems with my knees.. I had about one half acre I planted in the late spring, only one season here in the north of GA. It always was very nice to have all the fresh vegetables I needed .. But now it is just part of the lawn the only thing left is the fig bush at the end. and it is a nice giver of fruit..

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lunchandconvo 52F
4034 posts
12/26/2021 8:44 pm

lovely plants!
i just like to be in the know so i joined my garden club.
but for now with the deer i don't grow anything.
they eat the azalea blossoms!
Sherman didn't realized he has azalea bushes!!


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