Last year I grew some sunflowers from seed. They were the only plants that grew so large in the pot that I moved them to the ground. I had let the three sunflowers get pretty large in the pot, so I couldn’t easily seperate them when I moved them to the ground. When they started to get big in the ground, my wife leaned them against a chair. That worked fine until the heads got big and then those flopped over a little. I didn’t do anything with them and the birds and squirrels
I decided late this Spring to plant some bare root raspberry canes. After a failed Home Depot bare root cane, I did more research and got some very high quality bare root raspberry canes from Nourse Farms, ultimately selecting Anne and Joan J to plant, choosing them over others mostly because they are thornless. I’m not the most patient person, so I didn’t want to go through the effort of optimally
While my Home Depot bare root raspberry cane was failing to grow, I was busy doing research on planting my own raspberries. I came across a great article comparing the productivity and the taste of primocane raspberries. If you don’t already know, there are two main types of raspberry plants – primocane (or everbearing) and floricane (summer bearing). Basically, the raspberry
Original Post: 6/4/16
Note from 4/15/17: To be fair to Home Depot, I was at Home Depot last week and noticed a large supply of bare root raspberry canes that had plenty of healthy green leaves on them. I’m not sure if they are provided by the same company (Van Zyverden), but the display looks pretty much the same as last year. I clearly must have gotten one of the last raspberry canes last year and got a dead one. I would think if you planted one with healthy leaves
Original Entry – May 22, 2016
Most Recent Update – April 15, 2017 (Please note that Brazelberries – the company that distributed the Raspberry Shortcake plant through 2016 – was bought out and the name was changed names to Bushel and Berry. The new website does not have all of the same information the former website had, so I apologize if I reference some information you can’t find on the new website.)
I will preface this post by saying I’m a VERY amateur gardener
I am very much a pro-vaccination person but I sometimes think that in my situation, there are more risks than the typical person. The main reason I think I have additional risks is because I seem to have immune system issues.
Briefly, a list of issues I have that fall in the autoimmune disease category include simple things like seasonal allergies and allergic asthma (especially around cats and dogs). I also have chronic urticaria that started around age 22. Timing wise, I associate the chronic
You can read about my adventures in arriving at my diagnosis of Crohn’s disease, which was ultimately made with the use of the Pillcam sb3 camera pill.
Information from the company that makes the Pillcam cites studies showing around a 2% retention rate. They define retention as not passing within 2 weeks. I’ve read in various places
I’ve been debating for a while about this post and finally decided I should share. I mean, this is an anonymous blog, right? Well – who knows if it really is anonymous. I wasn’t even sure how to title this post. There are plenty of ways to describe it – rectal discharge, mucus, watery diarrhea… When it first happened, it just seemed like some slimy thick clear “stuff” that came out when
I’ve had a Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 since around when it came out over a year ago. I didn’t bother with the warranty plan that would replace my phone for any reason. I’d never taken advantage of the plan when I did have it with previous phones, so figured it wasn’t worth the extra cost.
Now the Galaxy S5 is a waterproof phone. Unfortunately, there is a little rubber tab that covers the USB charging port on the bottom of the phone that protects that port, but the tab
I have to say that Weber is an amazing company. When I bought our Weber Genesis E-310 grill a few years ago, we spent quite a bit more money than other no-name grills that had similar size. I’m extremely happy that we went with the Weber, especially after dealing with their customer service.
On Memorial Day, my wife is doing the grilling and she says that the lid (I learned it is called the “shroud”) won’t stay upright when open, and it falls all the way back.