Sue

Lewisburg, TN

#1 Jun 16, 2013
What are your favorite flowers to grow. Any easy ones? Any garden tips?
Jane

Lewisburg, TN

#3 Jun 16, 2013
Lewisburg Mensa wrote:
Money trees
What are they? How to grow them, what do they look like?
woman of faith

Lewisburg, TN

#4 Jun 16, 2013
It is also known as a jade tree.

engshui.about.com/od/fengshuiforprosperity/f/...

I have had success with marigolds.

http://www.almanac.com/plant/marigolds

I would like my field to be filled with sunflowers. Those are pretty easy to plant and watch grow. We just got a little rain,
woman of faith

Lewisburg, TN

#5 Jun 16, 2013
It looks like the lemon judge is yellow crazy, today.
Flowerchild

Franklin, TN

#6 Jun 17, 2013
I like old fashion sweet peas, easy to grow from seed!
Sue

Lewisburg, TN

#8 Jun 17, 2013
I wanted to know your favorite flowers, that you grow
woman of faith

Lewisburg, TN

#9 Jun 17, 2013
I enjoy irises and try to transplant them every two years.
Pepper

Lewisburg, TN

#11 Jun 18, 2013
Four clocks, remember those?
Flower child

Lewisburg, TN

#12 Jun 18, 2013
I love to grow all colors of Cosmos. Great cut flowers too! I buy the seed.
Jane

Lewisburg, TN

#13 Jun 18, 2013
woman of faith wrote:
It is also known as a jade tree.
engshui.about.com/od/fengshuiforprosperity/f/...
I have had success with marigolds.
http://www.almanac.com/plant/marigolds
I would like my field to be filled with sunflowers. Those are pretty easy to plant and watch grow. We just got a little rain,
I grow the tall sunflowers for the birds and squirrels. I try to dry them to save the seed for next year planting!
For sale

Lewisburg, TN

#14 Jun 18, 2013
"Bleeding heart" comes back every spring
Glenn

Lewisburg, TN

#15 Jun 18, 2013
Hardy hibiscus
Strange

Lawrenceburg, TN

#16 Jun 18, 2013
I think there might be only one other person on this whole thread. Someone is talking to themselves.
woman of faith

Lewisburg, TN

#17 Jun 18, 2013
I like four 0'clocks. The come back every year.
woman of faith

Lewisburg, TN

#18 Jun 18, 2013
Pepper I just noticed your post.
woman of faith

Lewisburg, TN

#19 Jun 18, 2013
Jane wrote:
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I grow the tall sunflowers for the birds and squirrels. I try to dry them to save the seed for next year planting!
I have seen where you can plant them in a circle and when it grows in height, children can have a special outdoor place to play.
Not sure if serious

Columbia, TN

#20 Jun 19, 2013
woman of faith wrote:
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I have seen where you can plant them in a circle and when it grows in height, children can have a special outdoor place to play.
A special Satanic place, planting flowers in circles is not natural and is used in satanic rituals. If flowers are to grown by man they must avoid planting in lines, circles, or any other non-natural shapes lest they be used for devil worship or orgies.
woman of faith

Lewisburg, TN

#21 Jun 19, 2013
Landscape gardening with flowers is far from anything but talent and enjoyment for many people. Plants help us to have oxygen to breathe and we give off carbon dioxide to the plants, for them to live. Life is a cycle. There is seed time and harvest. The area and type of ground is important. Rocks and sand have plants suited for that environment. English and French Gardens are all I am used to. Silliness of witches doesn't enter my soul. Their is more to living than trying to live in a closed mindset. I have gnomes. Honeysuckle vines are easy to grow and shape. After the season, roll them into a circle for a dry flower wreath. Gardening was something I learned early on from my daddy.
Flower child

Franklin, TN

#22 Jun 19, 2013
woman of faith wrote:
Landscape gardening with flowers is far from anything but talent and enjoyment for many people. Plants help us to have oxygen to breathe and we give off carbon dioxide to the plants, for them to live. Life is a cycle. There is seed time and harvest. The area and type of ground is important. Rocks and sand have plants suited for that environment. English and French Gardens are all I am used to. Silliness of witches doesn't enter my soul. Their is more to living than trying to live in a closed mindset. I have gnomes. Honeysuckle vines are easy to grow and shape. After the season, roll them into a circle for a dry flower wreath. Gardening was something I learned early on from my daddy.
I also learned to garden from my daddy, I miss him like it was yesterday.

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