MINKIE CHAT THREAD ..... Let's chat! (4)

Shelby33

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I bet the garden will be amazing! I love roses!
Oh I do too, I had about 60 where I lived before. And now they are just gone. But there is room for more roses here. They have some lilacs, I don't really like those. And Rose of Sharon. Don't like them but they are so friggin huge I'd need a landscaping Co to pull them out. There are maybe 5 rose bushes though.
 
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LipglossedX

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Oh I do too, I had about 60 where I lived before. And now they are just gone. But there is room for more roses here. They have some lilacs, I don't really like those. And Rose of Sharon. Don't like them but they are so friggin huge I'd need a landscaping Co to pull them out. There are maybe 5 rose bushes though.
Aw I'd miss a huge rose garden too but can't wait to see the new ones! :heart:
 
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samfalstaff

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Oh I do too, I had about 60 where I lived before. And now they are just gone. But there is room for more roses here. They have some lilacs, I don't really like those. And Rose of Sharon. Don't like them but they are so friggin huge I'd need a landscaping Co to pull them out. There are maybe 5 rose bushes though.
Hopefully you'll be able to recreate your old garden. Although it did look like a lot of work!
 
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Shelby33

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Hopefully you'll be able to recreate your old garden. Although it did look like a lot of work!
It was, especially since most were climbers, you have to tie them a certain way. Plus I had put in cobblestone and brick walkways... There is a good sized empty bed outside the living room window (there were tomatoes growing there when we moved here) Actually there were so many tomato plants it was ridiculous. I could plant 3 climbers there. It will be nice to actually go to a nursery and pick some out once I am fully vaccinated. Usually I had them mailed to me but I'll see what they have up here.
Sorry for going on and on!
 

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It was, especially since most were climbers, you have to tie them a certain way. Plus I had put in cobblestone and brick walkways... There is a good sized empty bed outside the living room window (there were tomatoes growing there when we moved here) Actually there were so many tomato plants it was ridiculous. I could plant 3 climbers there. It will be nice to actually go to a nursery and pick some out once I am fully vaccinated. Usually I had them mailed to me but I'll see what they have up here.
Sorry for going on and on!
You do realize we'll want pics once you get it planted? :yes:
 

samfalstaff

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It was, especially since most were climbers, you have to tie them a certain way. Plus I had put in cobblestone and brick walkways... There is a good sized empty bed outside the living room window (there were tomatoes growing there when we moved here) Actually there were so many tomato plants it was ridiculous. I could plant 3 climbers there. It will be nice to actually go to a nursery and pick some out once I am fully vaccinated. Usually I had them mailed to me but I'll see what they have up here.
Sorry for going on and on!
Please go on! I do not have a green thumb whatsoever so I find it all very informative. At some point, I'm going to have to re-landscape my front yard and I'm not looking forward to it. :annoyed: But you are inspiring me to at least think about it.
 

Shelby33

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Please go on! I do not have a green thumb whatsoever so I find it all very informative. At some point, I'm going to have to re-landscape my front yard and I'm not looking forward to it. :annoyed: But you are inspiring me to at least think about it.
It's not as hard as it seems I promise!