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Old 08-02-2019, 11:20 PM
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This is a lovely thread!

I need to work on my green thumb myself.. but I do want to mention something that might be helpful for dealing with some plant and tree issues, and that is essential oils. of course it's important to research carefully before using because they are potent and powerful potions, but with a little time and understanding they can be life changing, for the plants they're used on and us humans as well.

another idea is using herbal waters to water them, all sorts of herbs and other gifts of nature can be used to help other parcels of nature


That is sweet what you've accomplished with your limited space, and fence emeraldheart. I hope you get your house soon too!

All of these fruit trees and vines sound amazing! I wish I had some, well there is a bit sour apple tree in the backyard here, and also a black walnut tree. I didn't try it from the fresh walnuts there but I tried black walnut hull tea recently and it is surprisingly delicious and a great replacement for coffee and such..

Thankfully my fiance's mom grew a big garden last year and hopefully will have one again this year, with my and my baby daughter's help too. She said there wasn't much she could grow when it comes to fruit though.. but we did get amazing watermelons last year, and there were also tons of tomatoes, okra, green peppers, and some spaghetti squash as the main plants of the two plots in their backyard. It is just breathtaking to have fresh garden-grown food all season!!
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Old 06-03-2019, 01:09 AM
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Houses are very expensive in my country but one day... one day.

Buy where you can afford,not where you want to live and one day will be here sooner than you think.
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Old 06-03-2019, 02:32 AM
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I'll try that sort of mulch, blackraven. I can get a bag full.
But I still have a feeling my little tree needs more sunlight perhaps. There are many large trees round my garden, mostly outside of my garden on other land. There is a lot of light in Spring but in full summer, a lot of shade.


Something else perhaps, conifers like acidic condition, do you know what the soil conditions are in your area?
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Not sure where all you guys live but here in Texas if you are having an issue with plants you can call your county agricultural extension agent (an expert) and tell him the probe and they will make recommendations at no cost.

I have mangoes in my back yard and a few years ago had problems with getting the fruit to set.

I called the country extension office and they said......oh thats a common problem with mangoes planted right on the coast.......you need such and such fertilizer and it'll fix that......and it did

Now every summer we have so many mangoes we almost can't give them away!
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