Interesting, the Government will let GM & Chrysler fail, with all those Private Sector Product jobs, while pouring billions into Public Sector Dis-Service jobs, and Foreign Country Bailouts.
They can’t be that stupid, so one must assume the Government is now controlled by the enemy.
Fertilizing is just as important as watering for achieving beautiful healthy containers.
There are several types of fertilizers to choose from, including powders, liquids, foliar sprays, manure teas, etc.
The theme is “How To” and I hope to teach you how to back up your DVDs so you’ll stop bugging me to do it.
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Still in it’s ‘filling out’ phase, once it matures I’m sure it will be one of my favorites foliage-wise.
I apologize for the sub-par photo…(3) Water your containers on a regular basis.
the secret of using tarps on a sweatlodge…we should only carry forth ways of the native americans and any indiginous peoples in the exact way that THEY have taught us.My most foolproof method is using a slow release glandular fertilizer when planting and then about 6 weeks later a liquid fertilizer every 2 weeks to give my containers an additional boost during their growing season.I use liquid fertilizer for my heavy bloomers (like petunias), and for my vegetable, shade loving and foliage containers I use Haven Brand Manure Tea, an organic fertilizer that these plants love. Petunias do not do too well here in the heat of summer, so I use Pentas or Periwinkles.Thanks for the following.cheers Karen I really love reading your blog, itÂ´s something that I can really relate to seeing as I live in CÃ³rdoba! (dito) : mes compliments Ã celui qui est capable de marquer contre son camp alors qu’il s’apprÃ©Ãªtait Ã transformer un essai !Due to this IÂ´ve nominated you for the Lovely Blogger Award! Quelle Ã©tait la vitesse du vent de face, ce jour-lÃ ?As a gardener, I’ve always had a passion for designing and planting outdoor containers.