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  • Pumpkin gal and Gent(?) are back. -- Larry Pratt, 11/ 7/17 13:14
    Thanks Tony. I needed a chuckle today. Looks like you also need a few more visitors here.

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  • Gotta love those colorized Eggs -- Larry Pratt, 04/22/17 13:30
    I see that Easter Bunny is at it again. Get off her boy! Your holiday has past! (but thanks for all the hard boiled eggs again)

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  • Golden Harvest Fertilizer -- Rich in SE Mich Z5, 03/24/17 8:16
    Has anyone taken over Golden Harvest? I kind of like their organic fertilizer. Any kind that you recommend as a replacement?

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  • Bridal veil/wreath Spiraea pruniflolia -- Judy Bailey, 01/28/17 13:18
    We are looking for 2 plants to finish as a hedge in our garden and have not een able to locate any. If you have two young plants for sale, please contact me via Tony's tropical corner with my thanks!

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  • Well Guys, I've Gotta Ask...... -- Larry Pratt, 10/ 2/16 13:56
    1. Clinton or Trump?

    2. Worms or Snakes?

    3. Why?

    4. Where's Judi?

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  • Great Place to Advertise Criminal Activity -- Larry Pratt, 09/ 4/16 14:44
    Well Tony....There goes the neighborhood.

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  • Avacado -- Richard Hunt, 05/20/16 7:38
    Okay I finally got another couple of avocado pits to sprout. The first two were in in the greenhouse and got eaten by some miscreant animal. The roots are about two inches long. The question is, what do I do now?

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  • Todays Picture -- Larry Pratt, 03/27/16 15:14
    I've often wondered where those rabbits got the pre-colored eggs from. Must be in the Chicken's DNA?

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  • Acorn to Oak tree -- Larry Pratt, 12/ 4/15 16:20
    During Fall 2014 some enterprising squirrel(s) planted a couple of acorns from my oak tree in Nags flower bed. I dug them out and re-potted them in some old coffee cans filled with generic potting soil. They grew. One is 8-10 inches the other about 7 inches. I've never tried this before so I'm looking for some advice.

    Assuming they'll winter over in my garage what do I do then? I'm thinking Judi's GHO fertilizer for spring. I think another two years in the coffee cans (with sun shine) then trans-plant. Ideas?

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  • Hey Larry -- Judi/CO/Z5, 01/10/16 10:31
    I don't have your email so.... Receiving the package was a total surprise! Thank you for remembering me with the thoughtful gift. Wow- I will be enjoying it tomorrow!

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  • Cool Photos -- Judi/CO/Z5, 11/27/15 9:27
    The bird in the top photo is a real beauty!

    Hope you guys all had an enjoyable Thanksgiving.

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  • Hmmmmm? -- Larry Pratt, 10/30/15 15:43
    T&A Tony? Really? Right here at Halloween? I like it!

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  • Orchids -- Rich H SE Mich Z5, 07/24/15 6:58
    My wife got an orchid from her cousin (through a floral delivery company) when her Aunt died. Any ideas or tricks on how to keep it alive? Thanks

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  • For the Birthday Boy -- Larry Pratt, 06/21/15 12:02
    Happy B-Day Tony-O.

    And, Happy Daddy's Day for all you Daddy'Os.

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  • Hey Larry??? -- Judi/CO/Z5, 05/28/15 14:53
    I've seen news photos of the flooding in your town. Are you guys okay???

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  • Spring Has Sprung. Winter is Gone. -- Larry Pratt, 04/25/15 14:42
    Turkeys !!!

    Good looking flock Tony O. Now I'm getting hungry for some dressing and gravy.....Maybe a side of Cranberry.

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  • Happy BD Judi -- Larry Pratt, 01/13/15 18:38
    Happy (belated) Birthday Judith Anne. Sorry, I forgot.

    I wish you many more.

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  • Turkeys!!! -- Judi/CO/Z5, 01/16/15 10:00
    You sure have some beautiful turkeys Tony. Really enjoying their portraits.

    I'm afraid I have had no luck finding a charger for your camera. Have you tried Ebay? Maybe time for a new camera? Ross's little Kodak takes amazing photos. It's easy to use use too.

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  • Judi -- Tony O, 11/ 1/14 18:29
    Remember the orchids you sent? I forgot to tell you when I got the first blossom. Sure is pretty. First time I ever got any to live, much less to bloom.

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  • Pineapple!!! -- Judi Z/5 CO, 12/ 3/14 8:53
    Hey Tony- How cool that you grew a pineapple! Did you start it from a cutting?

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  • An early Happy Thanks Giving. -- Tony O, 11/17/14 22:26
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    * [I will Survive - The Thanksgiving Version] *

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  • Daikon Radishes -- Rich in SE Mich, 11/ 8/14 21:07
    Okay, I have a lot of Daikon radishes (about a dozen) in the garden. Any ideas as to what I can do to preserve them (quickly) If I understand all I know about it, we are in for some really cold weather shortly. Thanks

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  • Brandywine Tomatoes -- Rich in SE Mich Z5, 09/17/14 20:24
    Just harvested and consumed our first Brandywine tomato this year. We toasted a couple slices of Italian bread (actually four for me), slathered Hellmans on it, one 3/8 inch slice was enough to cover a slice of bread. Excuse my French, but damn was that good.

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  • Sweet Photo -- Larry Pratt, 08/28/14 11:35
    Slick paint job on the truck, Tony. Where'd you spot it? Or, is that yours!!!!?

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  • Tulip Tree -- Judi Z/5 CO, 07/25/14 5:28
    Hay Tony- I take by your photo that you have a tulip tree. I love them but they are not hardy here. However there are 2 of them in Fort Collins in 2 different places. The people had just the right areas where they are protected enough to survive and they are huge old trees. We always visit (drive by) them every year when they are in bloom. I am envious ;-)

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  • Little Marvel Peas. -- Rich in SE Mich Z-5, 06/28/14 6:50
    Judi, thanks for turning me on to Little Marvel peas (I think you were the one). I've grown them the last two years with amazing results. We've picked a couple of "messes" so far this year and they are still covered with blossoms.

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  • Howdy -- Tony O, 06/23/14 13:06
    Well, I'm back. Smiley Computer died Smiley and I had to get another one. Smiley

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  • Birds -- Tony O, 05/13/14 13:46
    Sorry I haven't been on here lately.

    Just a quick note, as I've been really pressed for time. The pair of red Cardinals are back and built a nest last week in the greenhouse again. That's 4 years in a row.

    Well just today I got buzzed by a humming bird several times. Looks like a pair may be thinking of making a nest in there as well. It kinda makes me feel special, and I just couldn't resist letting y'all know.

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  • Gardenia -- Judi Z/5 CO, 03/25/14 19:19
    Well of all places to get a plant. I just bought a beautiful, healthy gardenia plant from Safeway for 5 bucks. I guess ya never know what you will find. When it warms up I am going to plant in an a nice big old terra cot pot by the pond. It just made me feel good to find it and bring it home.

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  • Lantanas -- Judi Z/5 CO, 03/20/14 5:47
    Such purdy posies! I love those lantanas.

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  • Damn weather -- Tony O - cold & wet - NE Okla, 03/16/14 11:30
    No wonder the frogs haven't started singing here yet.

    Yesterday - Beautiful, sunny, high of 73*f -
    Daffodils grew to about 7" high with buds swelled up, ready to bloom. Turtles sunning themselves on the pond dyke. Finally, a beautiful spring like day.

    Today - Freezing rain, then snow, high winds, 33*f

    All I can say (without a lot of @*^&$*@%) is YUCK . . .
    I am so sick of this winter.

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  • Finally!!! -- Tony O, 03/ 9/14 17:21
    Yes, finally. A sign of spring. As the snow melted, something green was poking upward. Daffodils were up a little over an inch. They usually start like this in January here and are beginning to bloom by now, but better late than never. Tulips have popped up about 2 inches. About normal for this time of year.

    Skunks are everywhere. I must have seen over a hundred dead skunks along the roads last week while making a truck run.

    Still no frogs singing yet though.

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  • Hay Rich . . . -- Tony O, 03/14/14 10:23
    Just to make sure that you weren't hacked. Did you send me a P M on my face book account?

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  • Tony's Amaryllis -- Judi Z/5 CO, 02/ 6/14 15:30
    Wow! I have never tried to cross them. Isn't it a slow, tricky process? You got some killer results- it's just gorgeous! Your skill is impressive.

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  • Just want to say........... -- Judi Z/5 CO, 02/ 2/14 5:09
    Goooooooooo Broncos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Photo of the Week... -- Judi Z/5 CO, 01/24/14 0:14
    Hay Tony! What is the awesome flower and where are it's leaves?

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  • Today Is January 11. -- Larry Pratt, 01/11/14 10:07
    That date can mean but one thing. Happy BD Judith Anne.

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  • Picture -- Rich SE Mich Z5, 01/14/14 6:21
    Tony, I have to ask, are you over-wintering everything in the picture, out side. I'm especially curious about the cannas.

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  • Lovin on your front yard artwork Tony O -- Larry Pratt, 01/ 8/14 15:35
    My exact feelings about Winter.

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  • Picture of the Week -- Judi Z/5 CO, 01/ 4/14 1:08
    Excellent close-up photo of the shrimp plant. They are such cool plants. You care if I print a copy for myself? You must have the Sony?

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  • Poinsettia? -- Larry Pratt, 12/ 6/13 16:51
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  • My Mom -- Judi Z/5 CO, 12/26/13 0:53
    We lost my Mom, Joan Laas Stefek-Busch, December 25, 2013. It was not expected. She's out of pain now. I love you Mom.

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  • MERRY CHRISTMAS -- Tony O, 12/24/13 17:11
    Just wanting to wish y'all a very Merry Christmas.

    funny christmas photo: Cat  Xmas funny-pictures-cat-loves-christmas.jpg

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  • People Met on Vacation -- Rich SE Mich Z5, 12/19/13 19:42
    While we were in Mexico, one of the young ladies that were in our group, "Dallas" was from Oklahoma City, her job was rescuing dogs. Interestingly, she appeared to be about eighteen and was actually close to forty. Seemed like a very nice person.

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  • Orchid!!! -- Judi Z/5 CO, 12/ 1/13 7:22
    Tony- you got one blooming! Alright- I am so happy to see that. It looks great.

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  • The turkey -- Judi Z/5 CO, 11/27/13 7:39
    Is that Theodore? I do hope he is still with us.

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  • Picture of the Week -- Judi Z/5 CO, 11/13/13 8:07
    I really like the picture of the week Tony. There's something really moody about it's looks that appeals to me.

    Time to get back to work.

    BTW- Obamacare totally sucks! What a joke the whole thing is. Less government!!!!!

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  • Indigo Rose Tomatoes -- Judi Z/5 CO, 11/ 9/13 6:45
    Photo of Indigo Rose tomatoes in next post.

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  • Tits on a boar hog -- Elsie Wayans, 11/ 2/13 22:43
    Why are there tits on a boar hog?

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  • Tapioca tree? -- Judi Z/5 CO, 10/23/13 4:58
    Tony- I have never heard of a tapioca tree. You really did something right with it to grow it in your zone! Impressive.

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  • Indigo Rose Tomato -- Judi Z/5 CO, 10/22/13 5:59
    We grew a big block of these tomatoes this season on a whim. I must say that they are absolutely delicious! They are open-pollinated and will grow true from seed. They are the "saladette" size- deep purple/black on the top with the bottom turning deep rose in color when fully ripe. It is high yielding and seems to withstand the usual tomato woes of blight, cracking, and all the other problems we encounter. I have haven't been this excited about a tomato for some time. They look a bit like plums- the meat is bright red. Very hot temps did not stop them from setting fruit. They form nice clusters of 6-8 fruits on very sturdy limbs. Flavor is a rich tomato taste with a lot of depth and a nice sweetness. The texture is firm yet creamy. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them to anyone. Out of a score of 10 being the best I give them an over the top 12!!!

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  • Daikon Radish Fields -- Rich SE Mich Z5, 10/17/13 11:14
    A week ago, on the way to my sister-in-law's house, we passed a couple of fields of what turned out to be daikon radishes upon closer inspection. Drawn to the fields by curiosity, we were even more mystified, when we discovered that they were indeed, radishes, to the tune of 150 acres. What would anyone do with that many radishes, you ask? The answer came when I had lunch with (this may sound like the start of a joke)an extension agent, two Amish men, my in-laws and my wife. I posed the question and it was fully answered by the extension agent. The radish seeds are planted by a grain drill in late summer, early fall. The plants penetrate the soil to the depth of a foot or more, loosening the hard-pan. They winter-kill, then rot down, leaving pockets in the soil. The spring rains come, are absorbed into the pockets. When it is time to plant, the soil contains plenty of moisture and decayed plant matter for fertilizer. We had never heard of this before and will be keeping track next spring on how well it works.

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  • Passiflora -- Judi Z/5 CO, 10/12/13 18:31
    Be still my heart!!! Those are soooo beautiful.

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  • Picture of the week. -- Judi Z/5 Mushy CO, 10/ 6/13 20:35
    Lovely picture Tony. I know the flowers and the leaves but the name for the plant is escaping me. Can you please enlighten me?

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  • Red Burgundy Okra -- Rich SE Mich Z5, 09/ 1/13 11:02
    Red Burgundy Okra photo 004.jpg

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  • Colorado -- Larry Pratt, 09/15/13 11:48
    Judith Anne what's happening in Co? If it's not gun burst it's cloud burst. Must be something in the Rocky Mountain water. I see (or have read) part of your State is flooding.

    Has that affected you and Ross or too far South? Speaking of South, how's that secede from Colorado petition coming. I guess you've read where our goofy Guv is still making threats to secede from the US. Fool. Want's to be Prez. Yeah, like that'll happen.

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  • Broncos -- Rich SE Mich Z5, 09/ 5/13 22:00
    The Broncos looked pretty good tonight, the score could have been higher if Leon Letts apprentice wasn't playing.

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  • Red Burgundy Okra -- Rich SE Mich Z5, 08/30/13 16:21
    http://i1140.photobucket.com/albums/n579/Rich527/th_004.jpg?t=1377904598

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  • Kellogg's Breakfast Tomato -- Judi Z/5 CO, 08/11/13 21:17
    I have two that are almost ripe. All the rest of the fruits are little greenies. So I was looking at the ripening ones and there on the backside of one is a great big worm hole! Pissed me off. THe worm is long gone so if the tomato doesn't rot I'll cut out the bad stuff and rest. It's not a very big tomato compared to the photos I've seen of them. Bigger than a golf ball. Sometimes the very first tomatoes can be weird.

    Except for the wormhole the tomatoes are having absolutely no bug, disease, problems etc. The ones growing in the aluminet hoophouse are the happiest.

    All the terible hail here has passed us by. I have friends in Nunn, CO that got hit by the hail last week. It totaled their vehicles and smashed a lot of the windows in their house. Most important- they, their new baby and pets are okay! I hope the insurance gives them a fair amount for their cars. We've only had some pea sized hail. Knock on wood. THere were 2 funnel clouds right over us last week. We watched them and neither touched done hough the winds were horrendous.

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  • Hush now! -- Judi in Z/5 CO, 08/27/13 2:04
    Don't everyone talk at once here. Is everyone so busy they can't post a short update of some kind? Maybe everyone died;-). I hope not. I have news to post on the elusive Kellog's tomato. Will get to it shortly.

    Tony- Did Romaeo and Juliet's eggs hatch?

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  • Super Sonic Cherry Tomatoes -- Rixh SE Mich Z5, 07/31/13 19:47
    The pastor at the church where we wash eggs let us try some of their "Super Sonic" Tomatoes. They are an orange, cherry tomato that tasted pretty good, low acid. Wondered if anyone else had tried them.

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  • Picture of the week -- Judi Z/5 CO, 08/ 4/13 0:04
    What a sweet picture! Love it.

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  • Fruit Pests -- Rich SE Mich Z5, 07/22/13 19:52
    After a number of years, our apple trees have produced well. So much so, that a number of branches have broke because of the large amount of fruit on them. Now that I feel that they are established, does anyone have some sort of organic regimen for fruit trees. The sour cherry tree does not appear to have much of a problem. There are two apples, one cherry and a pear (no partridges).

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  • Picture of the week -- Judi Z/5 CO, 07/19/13 3:43
    Awe- I just love that. Precious little guys.......

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  • And a One More Time......... -- Judi Z/5 CO, 07/18/13 2:04
    I call this one streamers. Hand held- about 10 secs.


    [IMG]http://i1313.photobucket.com/albums/t551/mstredoc/FIreworks_Long_Exposure_zpsf075b165.jpg[/IMG]

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  • More fireworks -- Judi Z/5 CO, 07/16/13 2:23
    Took this one with wide angle set about 30 secons exposure. Hand held!

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  • Kellogs Tomato -- Judi Z/5 CO, 07/16/13 5:26
    Until I can get some more fireworks pictures up I'll change the subject. Rich- The kellog's tomato plants are coming along fine. They have some 1" size and smaller tomatoes on them. We may yet find out what so good about the damn things! Hail season is here now- so wish me luck.

    I known you're tomatoes got nipped by the darn deer. Just curious- what ones did you plant this year?

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