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Hi, I have been out for a while busy with work, some backyard clean up and plant sale. What is going on in your yard tisi time?
Here are couple blooms for you.
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OMGosh those are very pretty. I really like the amaryillis and orchids.
I got my garden area tilled. I will till it another time or two though before planting. The chickens love that fresh dirt to scratch around in.
Very pretty Mo
OOOOooooo love that last rose! What is it?
Thank you everybody. I am glad you liked.
Latebloomer Peachy colored rose is actually more coral color and the name is “Candelabra”. It is not from very expensive, but the color is pretty.
Randy wish I can till my backyard, but everything is already planed, so not too much space.
I probably should take a picture of the garden plot again. It's not really a part of the yard and it's on the eastern edge of the property. The garden plot is between the riding arena (horses) and our little orchard. I think it is about 1800 square feet now. I spread some lime on it today and tilled it again with the walk-behind tiller instead of the tractor.
Randy your property sounds like a field to me compare to my small backyard. I wish I would have more
The only way we could live in a place like this is to share it with family. Our daughter and her husband sold their house and my wife and I sold our's. Our former home was all paid for, so we came out of it with enough money to pay our half of the property. The kids have a mortgage on their half. We share the taxes and the expenses. I think the frontage is either 800 or 1000 feet. But the total land is 6 acres. A good portion of that is pasture.
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