We Need to Liven Up the Gardening Forum

Discussion in 'Gardening and Landscaping' started by Toro, Jul 5, 2018.

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    This place has gotten pretty boring since the Russians used the word "Nazi" and were perma-pinked from the Twaf.

    So to make this forum more interesting, what are your craziest gardening stories?

    Sex, drugs, crime, rhododendrons. Don't hold back!
     
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    This should do it.....
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    Oh, jeez. Now we’re gonna have to deal with the White Orchid Supremacists.
     
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    While you're busy being bored this guy will decimate everything you got.
     
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    Tomato Hornworm are very easy to control, just pick them off

    Holding back on Nitrogen fertilizer will reduce the problem anyway, which is why I NEVER fertilize my tomato plants, past adding some compost in the planting hole.
     
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    Relax. It was just a joke in response to the OP.
     
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    Found a pair of squash bugs fucking on my zucchini this morning

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    Googled image, not my own
     
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    Is that red poop or a tail?
     
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    It's a tail. A sharp tail. The rest of these creatures are soft and icky. My ducks find them tasty though.
     
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    These things grow like weeds, they kind of are weeds but useful to fill space quickly. Easy maintenance you do nothing lol. They grow everywhere so you get them for free. Kind of lame but my sheds look a lot nicer during the summer with these growing around them.

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