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Pastimes : Gardening and Especially Tomato Growing -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: Cogito Ergo Sum who wrote (3459)4/2/2022 5:10:03 PM
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Reworking our flower gardens in Houston.

Annual mulching and chopped stone work.

We lost a lot of plants last year with URI cold storm

All of our citrus perished.

We had just gotten used to lemons and grapefruit every year All 10 gone.

I'll replant Rio Red grapefruit and Meyer Improved lemons.

Most likely plant butterfly plants in the other beds. We have Monarchs constantly in our back yard. They lat eggs and the caterpillars morph into chrysalis and then butterflies.

Neat to watch and we have them n our backyard always.