Cliff ,when I read your first post I thought to myself "That's going to cost me a few high quality , high alpine buttercup seeds " . It appears that others have seen through your thinly disguised platitudes and have unveiled your darstardly plans . Nice to talk again and hope the eyes are well .
Mr Onion Man - Howdy . You will be pleased to know that this year I have alliums for the first time . A seed tray of A.christophii and another with A.beesiana .Also hopefully posted a picture of my brother-in-law , who was masquerading as navigator and I have just asked him "Why are we not in America anymore "
Tim - nice to hear from you and good luck with the expat kiwis and hope you enjoy the trip north
Balclutha , New Zealand
Hi there, welcome! I'm new as well, I certainly enjoy this forum and everyone here..I haven't been posting much, but I hope to change that as the fall rolls on. ** I have some Vegemite in the cupboard that I received from a friend, but haven't worked up the nerve to try it yet...
Faith S. Gardening in central Alberta climate, from min. -44 c to max. 36+ C. ( not often! ) Avg. annual precip. ~ 48 cm Altitude ~ 820 m. Have "frying pan gardens" up around the house, and also some woodland areas down the pa
Howdy . You have to be careful with vegemite as I am sure it matures with age . Maybe being a by-product of beer brewing has something to do with it . Anyway the older it gets the tastier it gets
Tastier you say??? Oh my, it will be a surprise! Still, I will try it!