I *love* the big pictures. They allow me to see the details which are beautiful.
Sorry it's my first time uploading pictures, and I'm excited I actually did it, but they seem very big. I will have to have one of my kids help me next time
John Pollard wrote:Plus they're money makers. A lot of people running high tunnels end up growing flowers along with or instead of veggies. We've been slowly collecting whatever flowers we can just to get some color other than green and white on the property. We have flowering native trees and brambles but they all flower white. My end goal is to have a few different colors most of the year. Either flowers blooming or different colored foliage. Right now, most things have leaves that go yellow in Fall. I want some orange, red & marroon.
Paradise should taste AND look good.
Jen Fulkerson wrote:Sorry it's my first time uploading pictures, and I'm excited I actually did it, but they seem very big. I will have to have one of my kids help me next time
Steve Thorn wrote:We've got a new Flowers forum!
Flowers have lots of benefits in permaculture, like plant breeding, adding beauty and fragrance to the landscape, attracting pollinators and other beneficial insects, repelling pests, and also they're just so purty!
Phil Swindler wrote:Am I the only wise guy who thinks with the last name Thorn, Steve should grow roses?