Houseplants you say?I see you have a sunroom. Do either you or your wife like houseplants? I'm a big houseplant person. I just received a houseplant that I ordered from Home Depot/Costa Farms. I always worry about ordering online, but this one is beautiful and in perfect shape. I'm letting it acclimate now before I put it into its new pot.
I used to have bird feeders, but I also had an indoor/outdoor cat with a pet door. The feeders came to be his feeding grounds, and he would drag every little small animal that he could catch into the house. He usually deposited them in my vanity sink .
You can do it in a kitchen window.Waiting for it to get a little warmer, the temps here are still dipping into the 30's at night.
That is beautiful. Very large leaves means it is quite vigorous and healthy.Finally got my hands dirty today.
Like I said, I'm a big houseplant person. I just re-potted two of these. Both are going in the house.
I have a lot of stuff in my back yard that may have died from our unprecedented winter storm. I'm going to give it a little more time. Grass doesn't look so hot either but will probably come around.
Next up is the celery thing.
Scoring works just fine. The idea is to remove the hardened surface so water will get into the stems. If you don't, the stalk will just sit in the water and rot.Hope I did this right. I didn't cut any off the bottom but did score the bottom. It's going outside.
I have used Milorganite for over 40 years. Great stuff.Have you ever ever used milorganite? I use it on some hardy ferns, and they seem to love it. It stinks for about the first one to two days, but then smell dissipates.
All I know is that it's poopy stuff. I don't care. It works. I put it on my lawn one time but was concerned about my neighbors complaining about the smell. Nobody ever said anything. Now I just use it sparingly on green only plants. It really is great stuff. Does it work on flowering plants?I have used Morganite for over 40 years. Great stuff.
It is pure organic.
Do you know from what and where it originated?
Milorganite was developed in the fifties as a lawn fertilizer. Back then, many homeowners accepted free delivery of it from the local sewage treatment plant dropped in bulk on their driveway to be spread out by the homeowner. Yeah, it stunk for weeks. But the greenest lawns on the block used it.All I know is that it's poopy stuff. I don't care. It works. I put it on my lawn one time but was concerned about my neighbors complaining about the smell. Nobody ever said anything. Now I just use it sparingly on green only plants. It really is great stuff. Does it work on flowering plants?