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Transplanted Pups
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Poster: Chatoyant  (see this users gallery)

Here is the new Banana Bed just outside my window on the North West corner of my house. This will give the plants morning shade, which seems to be working for the other patches and sun all afternoon. I used a mixture of potting soil, mushroom mulch and black cow. Because of a discussion I had with the nurseryman when I was purchasing the supplies, i ripped the plastic bags apart to line the trench before planting the pups. This will keep the nutrients available to the plants much longer, though I did puncture holes to prevent excessive moisture. I'll keep posting photos as my experiment continues... Bwahahaha! Smile
· Date: Mon May 28, 2012 · Views: 2345 · Filesize: 68.3kb, 90.5kb · Dimensions: 640 x 480 ·
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