Nosmo King
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Nosmo King

Gold Member, from Buckle of the Rust Belt

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    1. Zander
      Zander
      Nice. See you in 47 hours!!
      1. L.K.Eder thanked this.
    2. Zander
      Zander
      It has nothing to do with content. The board admin is rewarding bad behavior. I like rewards. It's nothing personal against you. Fridays, and Mondays are neg rep days!!
    3. Nosmo King
      Nosmo King
      I don't want to brag! If I keep posting pictures of the flowers, folks will think I have nothing else going on! Thanks for the compliment. I did send a copy to Miracle Gro and they sent me a $5.00 coupon.
    4. freedombecki
      freedombecki
      Nosmo King, those flowers are gorgeous. I hope you put them at the Coffee Shop where everyone can enjoy them!
    5. BDBoop
      BDBoop
      Just until I noticed!! I have an anxiety about uneven numbers. My sickness, your gain, etc. :D
    6. del
      del
      totally :lol:
    7. peach174
      peach174
      Thak you for the reps.
    8. Nosmo King
      Nosmo King
      I live in northeast Ohio right on the Ohio River. Pop used to say that the only thing that should be planted before Mother's Day are sweet peas. He said to plant them on St. Patrick's Day under the light of the moon. I think I'll wait another two weeks before I buy the flowers this Spring. Better safe than sorry. I put in a border of impatiens along the front porch. That's three flats just for the border. Four window boxes hang on the railing of the front porch and they are two at 44" long and two at 36" long. It takes 5 cubic feet of potting soil to fill them and usually $100 worth of flowers. Too much to risk just to get a jump on the season.
    9. freedombecki
      freedombecki
      "One of the local greenhouses is now open and selling annuals. Too early?" It depends on the state. Somewhere your state or state college agriculture department should have a last frost date in history for the vicinity. Even so, it pays to save old plastic gallon jugs of water or milk, cut the bottoms off, and cover the flowers for a few days. Also, they should know if there are frequent spring hail storms in your area. That is when the plastic is a Godsend. :)
    10. Dabs
      Dabs
      Thanks *smiles*
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    Birthday:
    January 29
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    Buckle of the Rust Belt
    Occupation:
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    In my humble opinion, Nosmo King is a genius! ~ Big Black Dog