Well that actually makes sense. They are bulbs that when you plant them they grow. If all you want is the greens that works until the bulbs get "tired." Chives would be a comparative example.Franc, have you ever tried green onions? I was cleaning some, and thought....well, the bottoms already have roots. I just stuck some down around the celery plant, and they already have some small green shoots. I figure if it doesn't work, no big deal.
Probably, and good for her . I'm sure you already know this, but turtles carry salmonella.The first sounding plausible and the second leaving me to wonder what our young lady has been up to whilst we were not around. I mean is there some painted up three toed stud messing around with my little girl?
Actually it is a problem with wild turtles. Most breed and captive ones are safe.Probably, and good for her . I'm sure you already know this, but turtles carry salmonella.
Building it over time organically is the best.Oh, how I understand you. Well, it's not that I miss my garden, but if I were deprived of the opportunity to be in my garden for at least a week, I would surely miss it. After all, it is my very favorite hobby; I put so much effort into setting up my garden. So many things planted, so much weed I've removed with the help of a walk behind brush cutter from https://trimthatweed.com/best-walk-behind-brush-cutter/. How much time I killed to build a gazebo, and she it is summer and winter. And the side of the garden, even made a bathhouse myself. In general, a whole entertainment center is straight. We spend time with our family only in the garden, all on birthdays and holidays too. I am sorry there are no pictures now, but later I can make and show you)
I do have pansies blooming. Sorry no pics.. They love cold weather. I was able to keep some alive all summer. They hate summer heat and generally pass away.This is not summer garden talk. It's only December, but I am so ready for spring. It's beautiful outside today where I live. This is the best thing that I've got going right now.
You have anything growing/blooming right now, Franc?