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A little warmth for the folks up north

Posted by mistiaggie z10 FL (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 11, 05 at 19:47

Garden Pics today

Got the "cold" front that brought snow up north, but we'll probably just throw a light jacket on tomorrow! ;)


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Tomatoes! We have tomatoes here ... in the stores :)


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Hehehe! It's my first time growing them and I am excited! Tomato season is from Nov to around June here, summer time it gets too wet and humid.


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Fresh tomatoes in the winter...sounds strange!


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LOL I know, but that's how it is here.


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What a wonderful variety of pix! I enjoyed looking! I'm envious of all your Beognias. I have only managed to keep ONE alive! What is the name of your varigated Agave? I love the look!

~Rosemarie


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Not sure on the varigated Agave name. And the begonias, most of them I found on clearance at Target before they brought the Christmas stuff in. One came from HD and the another from a grocery store here. Just keep them in a shady spot and plenty of water and they do alright.

October Pics here are some from a few months ago when a few other things were in bloom.

January 2005 photos in our old apartment


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Mistiaggie,
You take the most amazing photos. I really enjoyed looking at them. Thanks.
Bren2


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Thanks Bren! I am so amatuer it isn't even funny! lol, but I try. I'd love to get better.


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HI. Thanks for the little warmth for the folks up north.
I'm freezing my you know what off. Was about 9F the other morning as i watched steam rising from my rock-garden pond.
It's heated. Hoping for an early spring and a low electric bill. LOL Thanks for the pic's and message.
John


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