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  1. Aug 14,  · Odd thing in the garden. Asked August 14, , AM EDT. I was digging in my garden and found something I've never seen before: it was gelatinous, had a pink skin, and some kind of stringy tail. It was in several parts since I'd been using my shovel, so I must have separated it. I cut the white ball open and have enclosed a picture of all.
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  3. I haven't told my garden yet— Lest that should conquer me. I haven't quite the strength now To break it to the Bee— I will not name it in the street For shops would stare at me— That one so shy—so ignorant Should have the face to die. The hillsides must not know it— Where I have rambled so— Nor tell the loving forests The day that I.
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  5. I don’t think I will grow again next year. Herbs — Are all doing well. I use my fresh herbs almost every time I cook. All of them, with the exception of the sage bush in my garden, are in pots on the deck: basil, dill, mint, cilantro (this one is beginning to go to seed), oregano, flat parsley, curly parsley, and rosemary.
  6. A weed can be any plant growing where you don't want it to, but there are some particularly weedy species to keep an eye out for. These aggressive plants choke out the garden plants you've worked so hard to grow. Use this handy guide to identify these weeds by appearance and know how to remove them safely. Read More.
  7. Jul 25,  · Or, purchase plants as seedlings from your local garden center. Feed Regularly – Add Espoma’s Garden Tone to the soil between plantings to keep the soil rich and crops thriving. Don’t Hesitate – As you see plants starting to reduce or cease harvest, don’t hesitate to pull them to make room for a new crop.
  8. That dissatisfied feeling is right. The discontentment that nags at you is correct. The disappointment is justified because it’s not supposed to be this way and our souls know it! Read more from It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way by Lysa TerKeurst.
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