we have badass gardens.
wheres the peppers! you need jalepeno, red peppers! wheres the goods!
I’m with the other poster above. Your best bet is going to be to cross over the 59th Street Bridge into Queens and stay in Long Island City or Astoria. You’re just acsors the east rives, there are reputable clean,chains and the price drops by 50% as opposed to Manhattan. Won’t be the most amazing hotel, but it will save you money. Look for one with a short walk to the 7 Line.Best of all? You’re close to Times Square, Central Park, etc than you would be if you stayed waaaaayy uptown.
If you are plainning to plant with deep root sestym (carrots ) you will need at least 8 . For regular rooting crop like tomato, squash . 6 should be enough. Make sur that your bed is wide enough to allow root spreading and to allow the heat to disipate. Water retention will also be lower in a smaller bed. In a warm zone this can mean more watering. Use a mixture base with a good compost rather than peat moss.Marc
this is sexy.
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Are these lovely gardens open to the public at any time? lalala
Your mind is a garden,your thguohts are the seeds,the harvest can be either flowers or weeds .I found a wasteland, and beside it a tree. The trunk has a branch, and from that twigs sprout. I took a sliver from the branch, and planted it into a field of its own. I also planted seeds in this field. I watched them grow. I had to cut a path through the jungle surrounding the original tree. The natives got restless at my disturbing their terriority. So, I claimed some of their scalps. The tribe insisted that I follow their methods of cultivation, however, they were too fixed in their old ways to accept a new approach. Then the medicine man passed by selling his cure, some of the tribe thought it worked whilst others distrusted its curative powers. I thought both camps were right to some extent. In any event, aware of its limitations I tried some of the new medicine in my field and it appeared to do the trick to a certain extent. The natives complained about my crop as it flourished and grew out onto their land. The different varieties in my orchard produced different fruits, therefore different reactions. The tribe bought some and rejected others out of hand. Bearing in mind that the witchdoctor had spoken with forked tongue, and belonged to their tribe, the tribal chief and I agreed to put our differences to the tribe over the stream to settle our dispute.The tree is public law, the branch administrative law, and the sliver became prison law now a field in its own right.
Can you put a spot on this sight so people can sign their cdirhlen up for sports online just in case they can’t make it to the sign ups in person?
We all have bad days when we feel like crap .those r the most precious mmtneos of life because our soul, our being is releasing old emotions; pain, hate at ourselves and the world, judgments we feel about ourselves they r great transformational mmtneos .that shit is leaving exciting releasing .it’s stuff that we r ready to let go that has to do with our past, triggered by the present which leaves a great big space inside for a more open loving self .can’t get there if we block and resist the crappy hateful parts trying to get out It takes a lot of courage and strength to come out and be seen in ur natural state, to share ur vulnerability like u just did CONGRATULATIONS!! That was extremely transformational no mask just u is beautiful!! Inspiring!!
Hee! Woman, I was so nervous about this, I felt like such a goboer, but then I just wanted to tell the story of yesterday and it felt good. So fun!Awww, I’m smiling so big right now. Love yooou! ♥(When I found that song on the computer I was like, yep, you’re going in the first vlog, so perfect!)
I had mine built with 2 6 but I had them made 4ft x 6ft. I have used them now for 5 years and love gardening this way. I have more cntorol over the weeds and I don’t seem to get as many pests. But my favorite part about these beds is the fact that I can actually plant at least one month before everyone else does because if I watch the weather report I know if I need to go out and cover the beds with plastic over night. These beds protect your seedlings from the wind too. I keep sheets of plastic like a paint drop cloth rolled up at the end of each bed if I need to cover I just pull the plastic over the bed and secure it with dirt or rocks. I doubt I will ever garden any other way again.Hope this helps. Enjoy
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