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  • Pardon me, I forgot to mention, I live on the edge of Zone 8-9, though it feels hotter lately. More than one day in a row of freezing weather terrifies everyone around here, and 3 centimeters of snow will close all the roads. Today is November 5, the high will be around 80, and the leaves are just beginning to turn. -- Marcia Cash, Traveler in Thyme < traveler.in.thyme@^$1 >
    Marcia Cash Nov 6, 2013
  • ...fruit big enough to eat. They are native to Mexico, but can survive on the south side of a stone wall at the Alamo. -- Marcia Cash, Traveler in Thyme < traveler.in.thyme@^$1 >
    Marcia Cash Nov 6, 2013
  • Thank you. It did sound like a scam, that's why I sent a smart-alek reply. -- Marcia Cash, Traveler in Thyme < traveler.in.thyme@^$1 >
    Marcia Cash Oct 25, 2013
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  • Everyone should know this before their eligible to buy land, (my husband calls me the EcoNazi because I love my trees more than my neighbors). I bet I could test out of a degree, with 40 years experience under my spade! -- Marcia Cash, Traveler in Thyme < traveler.in.thyme@^$1 >
    Marcia Cash Oct 24, 2013
  • There is a fellow at the Renaissance Faire who makes willow furniture, and the sample chairs he set out in front of his shop took root and grew green leaves, how cool is that? ~Traveler in Thyme, Blanco, Texas
    travelerinthyme Mar 13, 2012
  • I bought the original seeds from Nichols Garden Nursery in Oregon, who have many different heirloom veggies and flowers for sale, as well as a very informative online catalog. Their local climate is Northwest Coast, cool and humid, while mine in Texas is mild, wet winter and hot,dry summer, so not everything they offer will survive in my garden. It's much greener here in January...
    travelerinthyme Feb 18, 2012
  • ...crops. It's the summers that are the dead season, hot and dry and brown. Winter usually has butterflies every day! ~Marcia Cash, Traveler in Thyme Blanco County, TX zone 8-9
    travelerinthyme Feb 16, 2012
  • ...junk over 5 acres. My husband calls me an "Eco-Nazi", and it's true I love my trees more than most of my neighbors! ~Marcia Cash, Traveler in Thyme Blanco County, Texas, zone 8-9
    travelerinthyme Feb 16, 2012
  • ...transplant into the garden, ain't Nature amazing? Now, if the cat would stop walking carefully across the seed flats........... ~Traveler in Thyme Blanco, Texas zone 8-9
    travelerinthyme Feb 15, 2012
  • ...summers and cold wet winters. Please keep in touch and remind me of this promise a bit later in the spring and summer? ~Marcia Cash, Traveler in Thyme Blanco Texas, zone 8-9
    travelerinthyme Feb 15, 2012