The Coming New Year and Garden Room Project


| 1/27/2015 10:46:00 AM


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Rosedale GardenHope everyone had a wonderful Christmas. The Hooligans enjoyed it. Blackie got a new ball to replace the one she left behind my tractor. Patches got a new rope toy. She just loves those. She likes to come up behind you and whop you on the legs so you’ll pay attention to her. Levi didn’t get a toy, but got extra treats. I’m not sure what he went through while growing up, but no one taught him how to play.

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New Year's Eve found the Hooligans in the house clinging close to me as the fireworks were going off.



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MARYC
2/1/2015 1:21:11 PM

Thanks Dave, I'm trying to get the tiller on the tractor during a dry warmer spell and plow up the garden. I'm ready for spring. I'm starting my tomato seeds this week. I have one area that my best bet is to move all of the daylilies and the iris and take the loader to the brush that has come up. One area has a lot of redbud trees that I cut down, but they put out 6 or 7 suckers from below. So it'lll be best to totally clear that area and haul off a couple of dead fruit trees. Thanks for visiting. Hope your garden plans go as you expect this year.


NebraskaDave
1/30/2015 10:20:46 AM

Mary, you have indeed had a tough three years. I just had one last year and the garden got way out of hand. I can't imagine what it would look like after three years. Sounds like even with all the health issues, you still got some things accomplished. I just hate it when health issues keep me from being in the garden. This year I have some wild ideas of how the garden season will start with backup plans to the backup plans. I'll not be caught without a plan like last year again. Onions go under the grow lights next week and the season begins. Whoop whoop, oh, yeah. ***** May you have a great gardening year with an abundance of harvest.






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