Hello Daylily Friends,
walkways, and there is more of this work yet to be done. Still, it looks good here on the last day of 2011. Then, as I walked closer to the Greenhouse, I took a picture of two more rows that I tilled with my John Deere tractor. It is so, so much easier to till the rows with the tractor rather than having to use a hand tiller. I believe that the tractor does better work!
oned this problem to my neighbor, Mr. Russell, and I offered to pay half of the cost if he would have his Pine tree removed. I pointed out to Mr. Russell that there was a large cankor sore in the tree. Mr. Russell did agree to have the tree removed, and then in addition to this, he removed three other Pine trees as well. Now my Greenhouse is much more beautiful with the morning sunshine just beginning to appear. Thanks Mr. Russell.
r, seemed to turn mostly brown, and I couldn't see any green in the growing tip. Well, I was sad, and yes, disappointed. I just prayed over the little plant, and then over the last several days I've seen green from the growing tip. What a surprise, and now, again, there is hope for a conversion. Seeing the green color gives me hope for a good result.
Well there is so much to look forward to in 2012. So many good things will happen. As my good friend Lee Pickles always says, "life is good"!