Oh, make no mistake. There is definitely a reason ( in their mind) for it. It’s the beginnings of a means to their end game. I think what they don’t yet understand is how dispensable they are. One way or the other.
That really sucks about the Apricot tree. They used to do really well in our respective growing zones. Damn dude. I wouldn’t have ripped out a perfectly healthy cherry tree though. :oops:
I’m with you on the Hydrangeas, my wife planted three of the blue Variety and they are gorgeous.
For future reference San Marzano tomatoes have very little seed , thats why they are preferred to other tomatoes for sauce. In addition to there superior flavor. They also make For an outstanding salsa and Bruschetta tomato.
That’s one hell off a catch right there! Congrats , fresh salmon is hard to beat. Used to love watching people battle it out with salmon and steelhead trout that size during the run on the Salmon River up in Pulaski . It was a hoot seeing guys running up and down the riverbank hollering at...