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  1. Freebies
    This is actually kind of cool. I can send flowers to my friends and family far away. Okay, not as cool as sending real flowers, but for the frugally minded, or the cash strapped it's pretty cool. Free Virtual Flowers, eCards and eGreetings at iFlowers Virtual Internet Florist
  2. Homesteading and gardening
    This spring, I was gifted with some Dahlia bulbs. I want to dig them up soon so I can winter the bulbs. I just did a google search and came up with some information. - Dahlia Growing Tips, Dahlia Buying Resources, Dahlia Pictures I am thinking after I get them out of the ground, I...
  3. Weddings and bridal showers
    Just came across this website - though it does sell floral arrangements - they have a DIY tab with pics and instructions for those that wish to DIY re: bouquets and boutonnieres. The flowers they use are all artificial. (but some of the DIY's are using fresh flowers) Thought I'd share this...
  4. Homesteading and gardening
    I planted a packet of Wildflower seeds mid-June in a large flower pot. They are only a little over an inch tall, but all the sudden they stopped growing. :( Also, their leaves stopped sprouting and turned a yellow-green color. I have them in a semi-sunny area and I water them very lightly each...
  5. Homesteading and gardening
    How to Extract Seeds From Annual Flowers for Replanting | My MIL showed me how to extract marigold seeds before she left this past weekend. I figured that I'd pass along an article that I found concerning extracting seeds from other annuals. :)
  6. Freebies
    September 9th is Good Neighbor Day, and to help celebrate, FTD will be offering free Good Neighbor bouquets. Customers are encouraged to keep one flower from the bouquet for themselves and give the rest away, brightening the day of someone else in the community...
  7. Green Living
    Hi Everyone I'm in Brooklyn, NY. The City of New York just planted a tree in front of my house. They dug and prepared a 4' x 6' area for the tree. I would like to plant some flowers or flowering plants ( not too tall & very low maintenance) in the the area beneath the tree. I'm not a gardener...
  8. Homesteading and gardening
    I'm so giddy beyond belief! I went outside with DH earlier to talk to him about the garden and stuff, happened to take a look at some of the garden while I was out there. He mentioned that the tomato plant on the left end of the garden looked fantastic and I was like, "I know! Like if you look...
  9. Blog
    I just got in from taking some pictures. I tried to post an album but experienced technical difficulties. Here are a few of roses, irises, and potatoes. The bed we made yesterday is also pictured.
  10. Homesteading and gardening
    Our local greenhouse dumps their out of season/unsold stuff in the town's leaf dump. I regularly after they do this grab the potting soil they leave, I mean why not use it, it's free! Last year there were a whole lot of bulbs with the soil, so I grabbed those too and planted them out on the...
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  12. Homesteading and gardening
    Yesterday I was watering my garden and noticed that there are alot of little black bugs on my zucchini flowers. Does anyone know what these are and how I can get rid of them? Thanks!
  13. Homesteading and gardening
    I really have a "black thumb" when it comes to planting flowers outside or even in pots outside. :confused: I want to do it right this year! I live in Delaware. Where I live, the condo association puts mulch down and trims the bushes, but we're on our own as far as planting flowers. I bought...
  14. Coupons
    Ok, we are cutting it to the wire here, so I thought I'd get this train started. Anyone who would like to sign up, just post in here along with your wish list. The point is to sent an envelope to your partner with 30-40 coupons each week. Try to give coupons with at least 3 weeks until...
  15. General Chat
    I was working in my flower beds today and my cone flowers were spreading all over. I dug up the new shoots and replanted those that I wanted to in a new place. I had a bunch left over and went across to the newly married neighbor who was out working in his yard and asked if he wanted them. He...
  16. Just Tips
  17. Weddings and bridal showers
    HELP!!!! New DIL wants me to dry her wedding bouquet. Is there a way to do this without taking the bouquet apart? I bought some silica sand that suppose to dry it in the microwave but it says that I have to take the bouquet apart so the flowers aren't touching. Can I use this stuff with out...
  18. Household notebooks and home manuals
    American State Birds & Flowers Printable Coloring Pages
  19. Homesteading and gardening
    What flowers do you HAVE to have in your garden? For me if have to be: petunias impatiens dragon wing begonias oriental lilies (love the fragrance) gardenia hibiscus mandavilla ( I have to brings these and hibiscus inside to overwinter) zinnias and 4 o'clocks (because my mother always had...
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