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Garf
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Everglades

My Everglades is in high gear.[img]http://www.mastercontrollinelinksite.info/Gardening/everglades2a.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.mastercontrollinelinksite.info/Gardening/everglades2b.jpg[/img]

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I am starting a new batch of Everglades for Summer. I think I overdid it a little.
[img]http://www.mastercontrollinelinksite.info/Gardening/everglades4a.jpg[/img]


[img]http://www.mastercontrollinelinksite.info/Gardening/everglades4b.jpg[/img]


[img]http://www.mastercontrollinelinksite.info/Gardening/everglades4c.jpg[/img]

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Everything looks good Garf!


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HELP! I'm overloaded.

[img]http://www.mastercontrollinelinksite.info/Gardening/everglades5a.jpg[/img]


[img]http://www.mastercontrollinelinksite.info/Gardening/everglades5b.jpg[/img]


[img]http://www.mastercontrollinelinksite.info/Gardening/everglades5c.jpg[/img]

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Ah. I fear you may need to visit this thread before too long:
http://www.helpfulgardener.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=140380

I thought there was a thread for planting too many, but this was all I could find on short notice.

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I know my limitations. I didn't intend to have this happen. I hope some locals can take a few.

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They look beautiful. I'm sure whoever gets them will appreciate them. :D

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They are doing great now, but it won't be long before they go sour unless transplanted.

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Last call.


[img]http://www.mastercontrollinelinksite.info/Gardening/everglades6a.jpg[/img]


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Re: Everglades

Here goes a new season of Everglades plants. I have more pots and another bale of Promix BX.

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