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Old 03-13-2013, 07:14 AM
 
Location: NE Florida
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I think we are planting in the school garden today
It is a tad chilly out there so who knows

I did pick up a couple packs of those cheap garden gloves from HD 6prs for $5
that way we have them for when the kids weed

I may stop at Costco on the way home to see what other big pots they have

Then home to do some exercising

What are you all up to ?
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Old 03-13-2013, 10:31 AM
 
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Planting already? Yes, I suppose the danger of frost is past down there.

Well, Billy's Hawaiin trip ends today. The time sure seemed to fly by. Can't wait to talk to him about it.

Mh had a tooth pulled yesterday, and a temporary crown put on one, too. Temporary is right, I wonder how many nights of his grotesque teeth grinding it'll take to knock that out.

I tried some exercises with my exercise band yesterday, seemed pretty good. And I found this butt exercise called the Bulgarian split squat where you pur your back foot up on a chair/step/something elevated and your other leg is out in front far enough to do a good dip. You hold weights and 'squat' several times, then switch, and then do it again. That looks like a really good one.

Be back later.
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Old 03-13-2013, 05:35 PM
 
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Here's a project from Home Depot's site.
They have tons of info on there, really cool stuff. I bet you could use a tomato cage instead of the fencing.

How To Make a Flower Tower - The Home Depot - YouTube
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Old 03-14-2013, 06:50 AM
 
Location: NE Florida
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I want a flower tower !!!!! I think using the tomato cage would give you more of a pyramid look
We are past petunia time but I bet I can find some others that would work
I have a new weekend project !!!

We did tons of planting at school today. flowers for the butterfly garden
Beans,squash lettuce radishes in the veggie beds

It just makes my heart happy to see the excitement the kids have while planting
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