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Hello garden_furs! =) [Aug. 6th, 2007|03:38 pm]
Furs who enjoy growing flowers, fruit, & Veggies.
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[Where in the Garden |New Jersey]
[Color of the Flower |creative]
[Sound in the Garden |Pokemon! XD]

Hey everyone! I was searching through "Interest" on furries, and there were no communities in the furdom about Gardeners! =) I know my mate and I love our gardens and growing lots of neat things! I'm going to start the group off with my post and add a couple pictures of my garden this year, where I'm growing a lot of new plants. =)

Sun Flowers "Giants": http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a31/Wolven_Tears/KiyoSunflowers1.jpg ( Its the Giant Sunflower species, and so far, its just a few inches taller then me and I'm 5'6''. Plus its already came out with its first flower, and a second one is growing now, pictures soon. )

Edinburgh "Little Red": http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a31/Wolven_Tears/ConnecticutTripJuly2007001.jpg ( This I got from 'Logee's' in Connecticut, its originally from Malaysia and its beautiful! Red and Black leaves. )

Orange Rubra "Angel Wings": http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a31/Wolven_Tears/ConnecticutTripJuly2007002.jpg & http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a31/Wolven_Tears/ConnecticutTripJuly2007004.jpg ( Also from 'Logee's' in Connecticut. Everblooming begonia for hanging baskets. It has the neatest orange / peach flowers. They are so soft and waxy looking, that I'm constantly touching them. XD! )

[User Picture]From: bunnyrabbit29
2007-08-06 11:19 pm (UTC)


Proud of what I have going.. have harvested basil and dill, have a running supply of incredibly sweet cherry tomatoes, my jalapenos are forming, and my pumpkin is growing enormous orange flowers. Tons of parsley and cilantro to be harvested soon. Thumbelina carrots and some green pepper plants are doing well.

The bad news is that my beefsteak tomatoes, after being so fantastic last year, are a total bust. The work of the small furry evil beasts known as squirrels and chipmunks have cost me most of my pepper plants as well.

Next season, there will be tomatoes. Oh, yes, there will.
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