50% of my cherry harvest this year; i think the buds dried out last summer

horticultural mastoverse: what are these white bug things on my indoor azalea? they do not appear to be able to fly and they don’t seem to eat the leaves or buds.

i want to find my and peeps on this thing, if you write about your or your , is there like a hashtag people use or something?

here is a selfie for these dark times

got a couple new toys for christmas this year: a heated propagator and an led grow light. though it is -10C outside, it is the time to sow eggplant and peppers, and without heat and good light it is impossible. new lights are cheap to run (only 10 watts) and the propagator is not bad either.

i got a strange thing at the garden store a few weeks ago, a grafted ornamental willow. i don’t know much about grafts, but i hear willow is pretty easy as far as that goes

verbena bonariensis; pushes up a stick a meter tall, then a tiny but brilliant flower cluster

i always thought of the word "petunia" as denoting some horrible suburban fantasy; i honestly don't want to know if i was wrong or right because these things are lovely lovely lovely.

heard potatoes can be good for breaking up compacted ground; giving it a go on the little strip of wasteland on cold north side of the house

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