You don't bring me flowers...
#21
The smaller plants by the pine cones on the right are wild irises I dug up from my dad's yard and transplanted there.

https://imgur.com/a/VFN337M

My next door neighbors had the shittiest yard ever, basically nothing but muddy ruts and holes. They brought in dirt and leveled it and seeded it with grass to create a whole new lawn. Put in flower beds, with tons of potting soil and mulch, and dozens of new plants.
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#22
My mom said potatoes have pretty flowers, aside from going swell with a burger and shake. I had a bag of budding red potatoes on hand, so I decided to fill in the back lot a little:

https://imgur.com/a/dzuez5b

The existing ornamental grass in the foreground was retained in deference to the departed soul who planted it there.
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#23
(05-20-2020, 10:38 AM)Devastatia Wrote: My mom said potatoes have pretty flowers, aside from going swell with a burger and shake. I had a bag of budding red potatoes on hand, so I decided to fill in the back lot a little:

https://imgur.com/a/dzuez5b

The existing ornamental grass in the foreground was retained in deference to the departed soul who planted it there.


They do; so do onions...at least wild ones do. Gorgeous five pointed star shaped hues of yellow blooms, them bloomin' onions do have...

Prettiest bloom ever, my favorite-it grows on a vine, smells like actual hard candy and looks like it was imported from Venus. 

"Purple Passion" here: https://imgur.com/a/xZJxTc4

I
'm going to start feeding them to someone so their armpits quit smelling like "great value ravioli" lol
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#24
Damn, I didn't know them spuds had all of that going on:

https://imgur.com/a/6r59oGE

It'll be worthwhile for the flowers, even if I don't get any taters out of the deal.
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#25
(05-20-2020, 10:54 AM)Devastatia Wrote: Damn, I didn't know them spuds had all of that going on:

https://imgur.com/a/6r59oGE

It'll be worthwhile for the flowers, even if I don't get any taters out of the deal.


Yeah, taters are awesome. What's her name LOVES pan fried taters. Myself; personally
I prefer tater-tots or hashed browns. 

The hash(ed) browns I like to make myself and then put about four eggs (over easy) on top
of the browns (about 1.75" thick). 

It's cheap and filling and I really love the taste.
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#26
I like to smother fry cubed potatoes with chopped onion in bacon grease and pour cooked dry lima beans and bacon over them. I put a couple of chicken bouillon cubes in the beans last night. Ate two plates full and slept like a baby.
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#27
(05-20-2020, 11:16 AM)Devastatia Wrote: I like to smother fry cubed potatoes with chopped onion in bacon grease and pour cooked dry lima beans and bacon over them. I put a couple of chicken bouillon cubes in the beans last night. Ate two plates full and slept like a baby.


Sounds pretty fucking good dude. Babies don't really sleep that well though, lol. Sleep like the dead...

I LOVE lima beans, butter beans...soooo good. Bacon grease? Should be a bubble gum flavor in my opinion. 

Fried and cubed is a little too much work, lol. I'll just shred them babies with a grater and try not to bleed into my food...
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#28
You have taken mens jobs. You have taken over universities. You are aborting mens babies at record speed. And yet none of this satisfies the modern female, they still want a manslave bearimg gifts and heeling like some timid dog . All of this of course being enabled by the elites that will use the lot of you as concubines and incubators.
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#29
(05-22-2020, 02:35 PM)Guest Wrote: All of this of course being enabled by the elites that will use the lot of you as concubines and incubators.

We are the elites now.
(10-16-2019, 02:21 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: If you say no, it's gayer than saying yes.
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#30
Yep, that's right Devastatia.
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#31
You don't deserve any.

-P
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#32
(05-20-2020, 09:28 AM)Devastatia Wrote: The mandevilla prefers sand, but I dropped it into the yard with a rose trellis just now. It was in a large hanging pot full of potting soil, which migrated with it. Under the tree probably would've been closer to ideal, but I already had the other setup going on there.

It didn't seem to be thriving due to the clay and poor drainage, so I dug it up and made a mound of 50/50 sand and topsoil over the hole, and replanted it. Maybe it's my imagination, but it looks noticeably healthier a mere 6 or 7 hours later.

The stumps in middle of the crepe myrtle are issuing forth new foliage. It'll have a bushy crown in a few months. I'm gonna round off the top with pruning shears. I'll hold a comb in my mouth like one of them old school barbers whilst I give it a trim, for comic effect.

To untangle the main branches of the rose bushes and make them spread out, I've contrived a network of yarn ties between the branches, a double shepherd's hook, and the front porch, all pulling in different directions. It'll be interesting to see whether they comply or defy.

Also today, I planted a new mailbox to replace the one a friend of ours backed into with his 20-foot trailer.
(10-16-2019, 02:21 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: If you say no, it's gayer than saying yes.
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#33
(05-22-2020, 11:19 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: Yep, that's right Devastatia.
She's not left; ya know?!
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