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Just wanted to add a place where trekkies can get together and talk about their gardens, flowers, or hydroponics bay experiments!

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Video-Vault of Fascinating Plants... SUBJECT: "Beautiful & Strange Carnivorous Plants." 1 Reply

The "Drosera Petiolaris"  Snap Trap {Tentacles and Runway Lights} Continue

Started by X'Zarreth T'Kon: ETERNAL EMPRESS. Last reply by Fenna May 26, 2013.

My Growing Fruit Tree Project: "My Growing Variety of Fruit Trees..." ^_^ 1 Reply

My Fig Tree Sapling:My Papaya…Continue

Started by X'Zarreth T'Kon: ETERNAL EMPRESS. Last reply by Fenna May 26, 2013.

My Vegetable Project: "My Hearty Pepper Plants..." ^_^ 1 Reply

My Hearty Pepper Plants: {Viewing the Beautiful Peppers from different angles}…Continue

Started by X'Zarreth T'Kon: ETERNAL EMPRESS. Last reply by Fenna May 26, 2013.

Growing Herbs, Spices & Medicinals: "My Camphor & Rosemary Plants..." 1 Reply

My Camphor Plant:My Rosemary Plants:Continue

Started by X'Zarreth T'Kon: ETERNAL EMPRESS. Last reply by Fenna May 26, 2013.

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Comment by Capt. James W. Hopkins on March 3, 2014 at 5:41pm

To all that is here:

Had a Ster Trek moment last week and I am wanting to do some hydroponic experiments. I need any and all ideas that anyone has to start this. I am open to all thoughts. Thank You everyone. Capt.James W. Hopkins

Comment by Fenna on May 26, 2013 at 7:54pm

Wisteria at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens.

Comment by Fenna on May 26, 2013 at 7:39pm

Someone sent me this article about Straw Bale Gardening!  It looks like it would be fun to try and great for an urban dweller like me:

In the Garden:  Grasping at Straw

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/21/garden/grasping-at-straw-a-foolpr...

Looks like fun!

Comment by Fenna on May 8, 2013 at 7:41pm

Hi Everyone!

What's growing??

Comment by Fenna on May 8, 2013 at 7:39pm

The lilacs are ready for their closeup, now.  Brooklyn Botanic Gardens

Comment by X'Zarreth T'Kon: ETERNAL EMPRESS on April 20, 2012 at 11:02pm

Comment by Phil Edgley on April 16, 2011 at 11:09pm
I'm designing a garden railroad in my backyard modeling the steam excursion trains that go around Disneyland and Walt Disney World. So on a starship I would just plant a dwarf trees and shrubs landscape and put the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in the middle of it with nice waterfalls and streams for people to relax to.
Comment by Lt Lois on October 14, 2010 at 2:45pm
I have been out-zucchinied! I was in Missoula Mt visiting my sis when in a nearby town a bear broke into a woman's house. She fended him off with a zucchini! Another amazing story from this wondrous veggie!
Comment by Capt. James W. Hopkins on September 9, 2010 at 6:01pm
Greetings Everyone,
Well my barrel catus is blooming again. did have 5 this time but 1 fell off so now there is 2 and the baby barrel catuses from there mother are blooming to. 1 bloom each and also my aloe vera catus is going to bloom to soon. wow I am blooming all over.
Comment by Lt Lois on August 25, 2010 at 10:06am
I have come up with the best hot cucumber soup recipe. Finally - something to do with all those cucumbers! I haven't tried freezing it yet, but am confident it will do okay. Let me know if you want the recipe (very simple).
 

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