Bulb onions blew over

About 5/9/2019, a severe thunderstorm with southerly gusts over 20 MPH blew over some of the bulb onions. I emailed Dixondale with photos for advice on what to do. Customer Service responded promptly saying that Bruce–The Onionman–looked at my photos and said he: “thinks they will stand back up, it may take a couple of […]

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First Rain in a Month

4/4/2019 – Exactly one month ago, 3/4/2019, it rained and has been very dry since then. The large veggie garden was planted a week and half ago and the seeds have been resting in the dry dust. We have watered the beds, new plants, and new trees daily and they have done ok. The grass […]

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March 7 Frost Kills

Following yesterday’s 27 degree sunrise, this morning it only got down to 30.5 degrees–but we had a moderate frost. A lot of new buds were bitten by the 27-degree temps and others were kicked by the frost. The wind was in the 10-15 MPH range and made it bitter cold on top of the low […]

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Sept. 2nd-The Lexus and TS Gordon

This week had three major purposes: to haul the Lexus from Houston; to see the gutters installed just before the patios were installed; start the patios completing the one outside the kitchen. Sunday – Arrived and unloaded putting the car in the carport for the first time. Monday – Returned the UHaul Car Transport and […]

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