Gardens

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  1. Communist Hamster Cricetulus griseus leninus Valued Senior Member

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    What's your garden like? Tell tell, post pictures! ponds, rockeries, anything?
     
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  3. vslayer Registered Senior Member

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    um..., well i have a 7foot deep hole that i dug, other than that just weeds and overgrown grass aswell as few massive trees
     
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  5. hotsexyangelprincess WMD Registered Senior Member

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    i have a 14ft diameter circular herb garden. no picture though. :m:
     
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  7. Enigma'07 Who turned out the lights?!?! Registered Senior Member

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    Fungus. Everywhere. It's cool though.
     
  8. hotsexyangelprincess WMD Registered Senior Member

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    im also going to make a 10ft by 25ft garden for vegetables. :m:
     
  9. Nuttyfish Guest

    My garden is teeny.
     
  10. spuriousmonkey Banned Banned

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    I have no garden. I used to have a pond though. That was great. I would always study what was going on in it. I would take out fish eggs and watch the grow. Things like that.
     
  11. Dreamwalker Whatever Valued Senior Member

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    We have a 400 square meter garden, but I have no pictures of it, except one taken in winter, and that doesn´t look that great...
     
  12. Communist Hamster Cricetulus griseus leninus Valued Senior Member

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    spuriousmonkey, did you ever notice any reealy tiny worm things in your pond? Because I have and I don't know if they're harmful or if the fish'll just eat 'em
     
  13. vslayer Registered Senior Member

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    i had those with my crayfishes, they were fine untill that really hot day when the water cooked them

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  14. vslayer Registered Senior Member

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    theyre the stringy red ones right?
     
  15. Dreamwalker Whatever Valued Senior Member

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    I suppose that those "worms" are either larvae of some flies or a normal fish leech. You mean those tiny red ones that are pretty thin, don´t you? Than I think it is the latter one. Not really harmful.
     
  16. Facial Valued Senior Member

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    I have tomatoes, 2 types of lemons, grapefuits, yams, peaches, apricots, mint, Thai lemongrass, and some other plant that looks like grass on my 0.4-acre plot of land.
     
  17. Communist Hamster Cricetulus griseus leninus Valued Senior Member

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    Thanks Dreamwalker. My pond has some lilies, but they are dying for some reason. Maybe I shouldn't be putting mercaptan in the water. The fish seem OK though. One of them just walked in and said hi.
     

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