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For the Best Gardeners in the Cardiff Area

   Dec 21

Your Questions About Gardening

Thomas asks… Where can I buy inexpensive garden gnomes that aren’t just 3 inches tall? I love garden gnomes, but unfortunately, so does everyone else, so they are really expensive. I’m not talking about the ceramic concrete ones, just the plastic resin ones. Does anyone know where I can get a gnome or two without [...]

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   Sep 09

Your Questions About Gardening

Sandra asks… Does a mushroom grow its own food? Does the fern that grown on a cactus reproduce? GardenersCardiff answers: Mushrooms are categorize in fungi and by no means produce their own food. They are exclusively hetrotrophs. So long as ferns are concerned they reproduce by forming spores. But if you think the ferns are [...]

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   Feb 12

Your Questions About Gardening

Susan asks… Is Wisteria poisonous to peafowl? I hope not, ’cause they’ve been eating the leaves like popcorn for weeks now. I hear different things from different garden supply places, please let me know if anyone has experience with this bidness. GardenersCardiff answers: Yes it is and i had experience wth the bidness. Robert asks… [...]

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   Nov 27

Your Questions About Gardening

Betty asks… Has anyone ever seen a hummingbird do this? A few years back a female hummer came to my window feeder. In amazement, I watched as she had a baby on her back, while she fed. I had my camera handy, but could not get to the window carefully, before she took off. This [...]

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   Nov 26

Your Questions About Gardening

Robert asks… How do you get grown chickens to roost at night? We have three layers that never learned to roost at night. So instead of sleeping on the lovely roost we built, they pile up on each other in the corner of the coop. I don’t think it’s very healthy for them because they [...]

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   Jul 19

Your Questions About Gardening

Chris asks… i had a dream of buying the gardening tools such as hoe, scoop etc. anyone know what that does means? GardenersCardiff answers: You may have subconcious plans to make changes in your life. Robert asks… where to buy gardening tools in dallas? GardenersCardiff answers: Might i suggest walmart? Home depot? Lowes? James asks… [...]

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   Apr 05

Your Questions About Gardening

John asks… What is the significance of garden gnomes to folklore? Why do people use garden gnomes? Myths? GardenersCardiff answers: There are several legends about gnomes or fairies or suchlike performing tasks around the house and garden at night, when the owners were asleep. This thought has persisted in the use of garden gnomes. Robert [...]

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   Nov 27

Your Questions About Gardening

Robert asks… *read* what do you think of my poem type thing *warning its about suicide*? THIS IS MY PROPERTY!!!! (C) Eleisha 2009. (it was made in 2009) Fact:1 Suicide Happens Every 40 seconds Suicide Seems like a easy way out, telling everyone you quit, couldnt deal with it anymore, I understand, I thought of [...]

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   Oct 13

Your Questions About Gardening

Lisa asks… Have you ever grown your own vegetables and if so what kind? GardenersCardiff answers: Yes. Heirloom tomatoes, chard, chioggia beets, haricot verts, herbs, heirloom carrots, turnips….. Sandy asks… doesn’t walmart sell seeds to grow your own vegetables or fruit?i want to try to grow bananas? GardenersCardiff answers: I have some banana trees. I [...]

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   Aug 23

Your Questions About Gardening

Donald asks… is it legal to grow your own tobacco in the united states? GardenersCardiff answers: Sure…not that it stops me from growing other things. =P Charles asks… is it illegal to grow your own tobacco? I don’t think it is but I could be wrong GardenersCardiff answers: No, it’s not illegal. Http://www.angelfire.com/wizard/tobacco There are [...]

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