Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Wordless Fall Mining & Planting





6 comments:

  1. I can see the tell tale signs of a gardener who plants desert plants!

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  2. Ouch! But your garden will look sooooo much better with those native plant.

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  3. Ouch, indeed! I know all too well how that feels.

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  4. LR - yes, but at least I (or you) do not have to buy all those cobbles to curb erosion!

    SF - that is what I tell myself. And a good workout, in the process!

    L/P - my arms were scratched by other plants, too! But at least I only needed the pick for (2) five gal plants...

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  5. Ouch...looks like someone got too close for comfort ;-) Love the "fluffgrass" (which I'm assuming is the first photo). Never heard of it...but it looks amazing!

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  6. SWPDX - I'm always the klutz! The Fluffgrass is actually in the 2nd pic; it is the very tiny "fluff" on the ground between the smaller plants, the smallest plant and cream colored. The 1st pic grass is the Arizona Cottontop.

    I guess I should not put too many different plants in my Wordless Wednesday posts, since then I have to use words to explain!!!

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