The 391-Year-Old Bonsai Tree That Survived Hiroshima Was Planted In 1625
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My mom's Wisteria in summer. The smell is incredible.
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14 days ago, I decided to start my first garden, then 8 days later I bought some strawberry plants to start filling the garden, today, I eat the first strawberry, or edible anything, that I’ve ever grown.
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Orange Cosmos!
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Snipped some rosemary off the bush and stuffed my pouch. Probably going to hang this on my rear view mirror as an air freshener!
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I love orchids.
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Careful with those seed bombs 😜
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Late last year I planted a new variety of Tomato I'd never grown before called Candyland which is supposed to bear fruit the size of a red current...Today, I have started reaping the rewards....Sweet... :)
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I misted my coleus
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my bf challenged me last year to grow plants from seeds. I thought I give it a try but that they'd probably die instantly. 5 months later I am damn proud of my three chili boys, going strong. anyone know when I can expect fruit?
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Winter carrots! By far the sweetest, most flavorful carrot I’ve ever experienced
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My first houseplants- snake plant and golden pothos
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First harvest at the new house
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pincushion about to bloom
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#Yum 🍋
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This is my GF[29] first harvest. It was planted a year ago and they were fantastic for our water and tea!
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My town is supposed to get our first freeze so I just loaded up on Gong Bao peppers 123 of one plant
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From the garden. Small but tasty harvest!
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We had a bad heatwave last July in LA and every piece of fruit dropped off our trees. We thought we might lose some of them. This is today between rain storms.
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Tobacco Hornworm eating my Tomato plant. He ate his way to the top
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Beautiful-nature
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Turmeric grown at home. TV Remote for scale :)
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The Banana trees in Dominica are very productive!
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Winter gardening, zone 4
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Maybe you already know this, but just incase! We all know that foxgloves are very pretty, but did you know that they’re also very poisonous to both humans and pets?
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My new succulents ❤️
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Someone slid on the ice and drove over my Eastern Redbud...is it gone, or is there a way it could possibly heal itself?
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My new office babies!
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Life uh finds a way
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Yesterday I mixed my compost with miracle grow organic fertilizer then some coffee grounds and then I added an inch or so of hay across my entire garden area ( the tomato cages are there as weights until it gets rainy again)
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