Found another interesting video

Roscoe wants to play with Junior, it's still like that 2 and 1/2 years later.
@rebelann (110328)
El Paso, Texas
October 22, 2023 4:07pm CST
Well, it is interesting if you're thinking of planting a garden for either food or beauty .... well, even food plants are beautiful, right? I'm currently investigating how to propagate the bush that the bees like but I am going to try to plant at least one kind of food out there or maybe in here, who knows. So if you're going to grow a garden or simply want to enrich the one you already have then maybe this video will give you some ideas.
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@RubyHawk (99444)
• Atlanta, Georgia
23 Oct
I planted my garden for food and flowers in my yard. I enjoyed gardening.
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@rebelann (110328)
• El Paso, Texas
23 Oct
Gardening is a healthy hobby.
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@rebelann (110328)
• El Paso, Texas
25 Oct
You're right but it's healthy work.
@RubyHawk (99444)
• Atlanta, Georgia
24 Oct
@rebelann and tiring. It’s work to keep up a garden.
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@AmbiePam (83478)
• United States
23 Oct
Thanks for posting this! I hadn’t heard most of it, and I’m forwarding the video to my garden and plant crazed best friend. I LOVE the picture, too.
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@rebelann (110328)
• El Paso, Texas
23 Oct
You're welcome, I hope more people will start growing organic food for their families. That is one of my favorite shots of Tiny Roscoe with giant Junior.
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@snowy22315 (166450)
• United States
23 Oct
There's litle Roscoe. What things grow in the desert,foodwise anyway? Rebel you are pretty close to El Paso right? If you have a smart phone you could check out Too Good to GO, which has food give aways..however, you might have to use too much gas to get to them.
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@snowy22315 (166450)
• United States
23 Oct
@rebelann Oh...you could use that for juice I guess.
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@rebelann (110328)
• El Paso, Texas
23 Oct
I don't understand why they don't give those foods to the homeless around here. Since I keep myself on strictly organic food I'm not likely to use it. Actually the prickly pear is edible the only problem is getting past all those tiny stickers that get under the skin if you try to handle it.
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@much2say (53230)
• Los Angeles, California
1 Nov
Look at little Roscoe there - oh my he has grown since!! I'm gonna bookmark this video . . . and study it!! The garden projects have gone on the back burner . . . but I'll need any advice I can get. Bananas do wonders for some plants. Someone here told me about sticking the peels in the blender with water and oh my gosh certain plants loved it in the soil . . . I think it was with cucumbers too.
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@much2say (53230)
• Los Angeles, California
4 Nov
@rebelann I look forward to hearing about your adventures in growing your own produce ! Your mother would be proud . Did must've loved gardening!!
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@rebelann (110328)
• El Paso, Texas
5 Nov
Yeah, mom loved the outdoors and growing fruit was her thing, I still remember those 1 lb peaches she grew in the mid 1960s.
@rebelann (110328)
• El Paso, Texas
1 Nov
Yeah, I'm going to do the same thing. As soon as the plumbing project is over I'm going to concentrate on learning how to grow potatoes, carrots, cucumbers and tomatoes. I just wonder if I can develop the same green thumbs ma had.
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@RasmaSandra (71445)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
22 Oct
That is just the cutest photo, When I had a garden in Latvia the bees that came loved the borage plants that grew in our garden.
How to grow borage for bees in your garden. This honey plant is easy to grow from seed and will help feed hungry pollinators.
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@rebelann (110328)
• El Paso, Texas
22 Oct
Deserts aren't good for most plants so now that I have this one I'm going to try to propagate it, it's very arid here and in spring, summer and much of fall it's very hot as well.
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@LindaOHio (148600)
• United States
23 Oct
Thanks for the video. I'm beyond the age of planting a garden. Good luck propagating the bush. Have a good week.
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@rebelann (110328)
• El Paso, Texas
23 Oct
I figure if mom was able to garden well into her 80s than I will try to do the same, it will help keep me healthy.
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@LindaOHio (148600)
• United States
23 Oct
@rebelann That's good if you can do it.
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@RebeccasFarm (81499)
• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
23 Oct
Interesting videos..I cant grow stuff here. Cute photo
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@rebelann (110328)
• El Paso, Texas
1 Nov
Well, you could always set up containers for a few veggies, I've heard that tomatoes grow nicely in containers ..... I'll be trying that one day.
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• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
1 Nov
@rebelann I can't have them indoors because I am unable to regulate the environment in here which creates indoor gnats. I cannot have them outdoors as they will be destroyed or stolen.
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