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5 Comments

  • Daniel Boulton 1 year ago

    Just found out Mesquite are a declared weed pest plant here in Western Australia which means we can not grow them, but I did learn this.. Like many other legumes, mesquite forms a proportion of hard seeds which can remain dormant for many years. Seeds were found to be viable after 44 years storage in the WA herbarium.

  • Daniel Boulton 1 year ago

    It's good things are starting to grow will be even better in a few weeks. Thanks for sharing your garden.

  • Kelly Richardson 1 year ago

    Garden is looking good, sorry about the well. What you can to to help those Peppers and Tomato's is Companion plant some Bush Bean's in the bed about 3 or 4 inch's from the plant. The Idea is not to actually get beans at this point really, but to Fix Nitrogen into the soil for the Peppers and Tomato's. If the bean plant dies in the heat just snip it off and lay it down in the bed to become mulch or green manure. the more Green Manure you can produce for your self the less you will have to rely on buying Hay Bales.

  • ML S 1 year ago

    Those are petunias. They look like Cascading petunias. They will spill over the sides of your planter and sometimes can vine very long! In any case they are definitely petunias! They have a five point bloom. There are many varieties and sizes but they all pretty much have the same leaf and general appearance.

  • Liberty Garden 1 year ago

    Love desert vegetation and desert climate in general.

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