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A special thanks to Cory!17 viewsI just wanted to post a special thanks to Cory for working with me to make my daughter's birthday extra special. I ordered some of his hanging moss ball planters. The plants arrived standing upright and the plants were in great shape. She was very excited to receive them, and liked them both very much. She was also very appreciative (and I am too) for the personal touch he gave it by including a birthday bow and card! He was wonderful to work with and really went the extra mile!cdutreil0000000000
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cucumber plant110 viewsBefore using liquidirt i was not getting any fruit. After a few times of use i started seeing bloosms everywhere. Fruit taste so good and one of the best things is it is all organic. I was using miracle grow before with not alot to show for it . Plus all them chemicals . I couldnt go wrong with this product. After seeing the results. Been recommending this product to everyone. Thanks liquidirt!!!1 commentswoody10101010101010101010
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Huckel berrys95 viewsIn bloom now doing well after being tromped into the ground by the dog chasing a cat.Jean S10101010101010101010
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Pourch pepers97 viewsLove them all in pots so I can take them in for the winter. Jean S10101010101010101010
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My garden is Great.102 viewsFirst time I have ever had a garden worth taking a photo of, Will be a shame when winter comes. But on the up side I can start again next season. Jean S10101010101010101010
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My cabbage 96 viewsIt is strong and doing very wellJean S10101010101010101010
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My wild flower parkway94 viewsI thought that I would fill my parkway with flowers a few years ago and every year since. Ive never been able to get them to grow over a few inches high. So I used Liqui-Dirt on them this year and what a difference it has made. The color and size of the flowers are so different it is hard to believe that it is from the same seeds i have been using for so many years. Jean S10101010101010101010
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My tomatos with Liqui-Dirt101 viewsA fresh bottle of Liqui-Dirt. I cant wait to eat the results.Jean S10101010101010101010
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Masive pumpkin plant103 viewsEven after a couple of hail storms literally punched holes in the leaves and a stray cat decided to try to take up housekeeping in my tomatoes and potatoes out back; the leaves are green, healthy and have not turned brown. They are a little worse for wear, but potatoes, tomatoes, huckleberries and peppers are going strong into the fall season. I just water with the diluted Liqui-dirt every other time I water and I have not only got lovely dark green foliage, but loads of tomatoes, and several pumpkins and a bunch of mystery squash that volunteered itself. We have been eating fried green tomatoes for weeks and I still have ample ripe red ones for salsa and just sliced red tomatoes. They are so sweet. Even my 40 year old peach tree was loaded with peaches, and I chalk that up to the nutrition the plants have been getting from the Liqui-dirt. I will keep using it on my garden this year until the frost ends the harvest. And I am positive I will use Liqui-dirt earlier next year. Jean S10101010101010101010
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Sage plant93 viewsMy sage has never grown well in the years past. This year it is doing great.

I am using a 30 parts water to 1 part Liqui-Dirt as was recommended on potted plants.
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Purple wildflower103 viewsThis flower has stayed in bloom longer then I have ever seen them, in all the years past. Also the purple color well this photo just does not do it justice.1 commentsJean S10101010101010101010
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Wild cone flower92 viewsOne of my other wild flowers has at last bloomed and it is beautiful. Photos do not do it justice.Jean S10101010101010101010
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Potato Fruit? Yes really...94 viewsI never knew potatoes grew fruit. I have grown potatoes before, but this is the first time I have ever seen a potato fruit. These little green tomato looking fruits just fell off the potato plant as it has died back for harvesting the potatoes.
I did research on Wikipedia and lo and behold...they are seeds. Go figure. Per the Wiki: New potato varieties are grown from seeds. Pieces cut from seed potato tubers are clones. Learn something new every day in the garden. I am going to try to grow these next year and see 1. if they grow and 2. what kind of potato they will be. Parent plant is a purple potato so next year will prove interesting, especially since I will start with the Liqui-dirt soil prep later this fall when I put the garden to bed and then again in the spring and use the Liqui-dirt liquid throughout the season.
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Pink wildflower88 viewsI would not have thought that this gravel soil would grow such beautiful flowers.Jean S10101010101010101010
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Pepermint expermint87 viewsMy peppermint has always grown well in the shade under my cherry tree.

This year I have noticed that it is full of more peppermint smell then usual, seems to have allot more peppermint oil in the leaves and stock.

I made a cup of tea with it as normal this time of year but only had to use 1/2 the leaves as I normally use.
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40 year old peachtree100 viewsI have an old peach tree that is over 30 years old well closer to 40 years. It was on the down side of producing last year and I thought it was time for a replacement. I thought I could at least try the Liqui-Dirt on the tree and see what happens.

I was amazed at the amount of peaches this year and there the size of a soft ball. Full of flavor too.

I am glad that I may be able to get a few more years out of this tree thanks to Liqui-Dirt.
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These are mine now dont touch...87 viewsTomatoes so good they need to be protected.Jean S10101010101010101010
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LiquiDirt and my morning harvest.88 viewsThis mornings harvest. Having a tomato party later today.Jean S10101010101010101010
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Goast Peper82 viewsThis is my Ghost Pepper plant and it is in the same pot I germinated it in. This pepper was rated hottest pepper in 2007. I think there is hotter peppers now. I have tried to grow this for a few years with no great success. This year however I have more peppers everyday and YES they are HOT.Jean S10101010101010101010
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My chilie collection81 viewsJust a few chilies off a few different plants. I like to dry them for off season use in the winter. they can really warm up your dish and keep the ice melted.Jean S10101010101010101010
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Small but Hot.. Thai Pepers79 viewsThis is my Potted Thai pepper house plant. As you can see it is loaded with chilies. Ive used a different liquid fertilizer in the past years without such good results as I have had by using liqui-dirt. Jean S10101010101010101010
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A good mornings harvest.75 viewsThought I would check the garden before work today and I am glad that I did. this will make a good lunch and snack for later.Jean S10101010101010101010
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Tomato fenced prisioner 81 viewsWhat happens when a tomato comes to visit another on the wrong side of the fence?
Well visiting hours are almost over.
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