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Confessions of A Reluctant Texas Gardener April 23, 2011

Posted by daveintexas in Ballistics, Food, Gardening, History, Honor, Man Laws, Nature Shit, Personal Experiences, Philosophy, Sex, Sidebar Flag Bullshit, Sitemeter.
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Ok, here’s the deal.  I buy things I like, and I stick em in the ground, and I hope for the best.

Sometimes it works out.  Sometimes not so much.

There is no plan.  There is only hope, and random experience.

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1. Cathy - April 23, 2011

Very nice Sago. Good luck. The one I planted two years ago survived the previous winter, but not this past winter.

But I love these and already have purchased two more… but this time they are in pots.

2. MCPO Airdale - April 23, 2011

Nice palm, Dave. A Florida palmetto might work too. They survive the colder winters of Jacksonville, Fl without too much trauma.

3. Lipstick - April 23, 2011

I killed three Sagos.

4. Cathy - April 23, 2011

Dave, is that Purple Diamond Loropetalum growing up behind your new sago?

5. harrison - April 23, 2011

I killed three Sagos.

Just to watch ’em die…

6. xbradtc - April 23, 2011

Just to watch ’em die, Lips?

7. xbradtc - April 23, 2011

Dammit!~

8. Michael - April 23, 2011

How did you kill them, Lipstick?

*looks at her massive feet*

9. harrison - April 23, 2011

You be nice to her; She’s a killa.

10. daveintexas - April 23, 2011

>> Dave, is that Purple Diamond Loropetalum growing up behind your new sago?

Yup. I love those, they’re the major plants around the pool in that retaining wall.

I can see purple. So I dig it. (not sure why I can see purp but can’t see red… hmm..maybe I see it differently than y’all do, but still, it’s purty to me)

11. kevl - April 24, 2011

Happy Easter everyone.

We are water logged here in Ohio, but my lily of the valley, iris, lilac, and azalea are still blooming. You might like the lilac Dave, they are a light purple. Smell heavenly.

12. daveintexas - April 24, 2011

Purple is the color of kings. If they gots a chicken bone stuck in their throat.

13. kevl - April 24, 2011

The altar at church was covered in purples and pinks: hyacinth, hydrangea, orchids, tulips, all set off by the majestic white lilies.
Such a beautiful sight after the desert of Lent and the darkness of Good Friday. He is risen.

14. daveintexas - April 24, 2011

I need more flowers around here, but flowers get nervous when I approach, I think. I don’t know it, I just sense some sort of “tension”.

15. Michael - April 24, 2011

He is risen.

He is risen indeed!

16. sandy burger - April 25, 2011

Happy Easter Monday, internet weirdos.

The only plants I’ve ever managed to keep alive are cactus plants. It used to be, I would kill them, too, with over-watering. But once I got fully in touch with my inner slacker, they began to thrive. I once forgot to water them for 5 months. I don’t think they missed me.


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