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If you've got gritty, sandy soil if you add a bunch of compost to improve both drainage and water holding ability you should be able to get Oriental poppies to be properly perennial--they quickly become not very satisfactory annuals but they need cold winters to do that.
Geeze Mel!

Did you manage to translate that run-on sentence? The part following "properly perennial..." should have read "they need cold winters for that otherwise they become not very satisfactory annuals."

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Go to the vet...

Denny, I should smack you!!! Go to a vet? I work at a vet clinic--they think me hobbling around is fairly hilarious. The one thing I've found is that half of the clinic has had sciatica (which is a symptom sad not s diagnosisat one time or another. For most it was a transient condition.

The ultrasound tech did offer to take a look via ultrasound. I declined.

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Aunt B - Maybe you need to go to one of them Holistic type Vets and get some acupuncture treatments !
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At my last house north of Denver, I used to have (in addition to other varieties) this absolutely gorgeous black daylily with a bright almost florescent yellow-green throat. Very much like this one:

I didn't dig it up to bring with me, and I've always regretted it.
That's really gorgeous!! I have about a million Stella Del Oro's--they are the most common small day lilly and survive neglect, cold and hot weather and mine need dividing every time I look at them. I've supplied them friends, co-workers and a total stranger who walked by when I was dividing a clump that had tried to take over a spot where crocosmia was growing.

But I do have a Japanese iris (beardless type sort of medium tall) that survived being forgotten one year--it came as a part of mixed bag of Japanese iris--purple or yellow in this case) The yellow ones didn't survive but several of the purple guys did--purple was an understatement--they are virtually black when they first open--the flowers are flatish and BIG the very center has some bright yellow markings. As the bloom ages it gets lighter in color but ends up a very dark purple.

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There is a really good iris grower/dealer in Boulder. Welcome to Long's Gardens - Iris Garden in Boulder Colorado That's what they specialize in, you can buy all kinds of named varieties, tall bearded, intermediate, dwarf and miniature dwarf types...
They also have fields where you can go during blooming season and dig your own...some are marked with their name, others are "anonymous"--but you get to see them blooming in person before you dig them. It's a fun field trip.
I love that--Oregon has an area just south of Portland where there are a lot of bulb (or rhysome) growers--in season you can do tours--iris, tulip, dahlia etc and they all advertise and do tours turning bloom season.

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Iris do well here. We have some tall bearded scattered around in our "meadow" (weed patch) and also have some aril bred...which look a little like the tall bearded but are more adapted to poor gravelly soils and dry summers (from the mideast). They don't do as well, but frankly I have them planted in an awful area where I didn't think the tall bearded would even be able to grow at all
I've got a smallish dark blue iris that spreads like a weed. I put it in a couple of places that didn't want to grow anything (bad soil, too much or too little water and shaded by the house--it didn't care--blooms late spring each year I chop out chunks of it to give to people who have seen it in bloom. Maybe you'd like me to ship you some when it stops being so freaking cold (and wet)?

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Any time deer are a common garden pest that's such a plus. I wish I could find a squirrel resistant tomato...

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SP, I'm not sure of his identity, but I bet he'll give you a ride...

But wait...no place for a passenger to sit?
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...Any time deer are a common garden pest that's such a plus. I wish I could find a squirrel resistant tomato...

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Aunt B - Maybe you need to go to one of them Holistic type Vets and get some acupuncture treatments !
Ken--I'm going to have Mel take both you and Denny to the woodshed.

We've even got a vet on staff who does acupuncture and I went to school with a guy who became an MD and then became an acupuncturist. He said, when I asked him about that change "Belief is everything)" After another drink he said " I actually make more money from the acupuncture than the conventional medicine."

I leave belief to the folks who believe in whatever--but I have more reason to believe in and trust conventional medicine.

So now hie thee to the woodshed...

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Gee Wizz Aunt B - I just had ONLY your best interest in mind Denny and I just hate to hear about our Most Favorite Aunt going threw what you are going threw ! BTW - What are you going threw ?
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Current W D O C weather - the eest of the day cloudy - temp at 34 . And nowback the music with Cousin Kenny !

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And off the request line -- This one out to long time listener SD from the Lone Star state !

Moody Blues = Nights in white satin

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Oh yeah.....Moody Blues !!!! Love it !

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Work'in my azz off today !!!!

https://youtu.be/FUvxRjYqjEQ Tied to the Whipp'in Post Allman Brothers

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@ECIN he is an excellent diaper sniffer! No dirty diaper goes un sniffed!

RED ALERT! POOPY DIAPER! MOOOOOOOOM!!!

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LMAO - That's not nice sticking Nolan to the wall like that -
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RED ALERT! POOPY DIAPER! MOOOOOOOOM!!!

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Now that's a dedicated coop mate.......Mama gets chicken clothes for Nolan !!!!!
This makes my day....... hey did you see on the news statics show that it takes a household 5 years to return to normal after the birth of a child......!!!!
Seems like yesterday you were bounc'in on that exercise ball awaiting labor!!!! I still laugh about that suggestion form your doc.........welcome back ......so glad to hear from you.
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Now that's a dedicated coop mate.......Mama gets chicken clothes for Nolan !!!!!
This makes my day....... hey did you see on the news statics show that it takes a household 5 years to return to normal after the birth of a child......!!!!
Seems like yesterday you were bounc'in on that exercise ball awaiting labor!!!! I still laugh about that suggestion for your doc.........welcome back ......so glad to hear from you.
Oh man how long does it take if the household was already a mess? 🤣🤣🤣

Yeah it's crazy how time flies!

About the chicken clothes -SO's sister made the onesie! I thought it was perfect!

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LOLOL...but shame on you; it's not nice to tease Bug.

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....... hey did you see on the news statics show that it takes a household 5 years to return to normal after the birth of a child.....
I disagree...there's no such thing as normal after a kid is born...ever. Or maybe a new normal gets established. The "constant change and chaos" one.

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Oh man how long does it take if the household was already a mess? ������
But now at least you've got an excuse. That's why I liked being pregnant. It was OK to gain weight.



ABTLLHH...I had never heard of Crocosmia, so I looked it up. Lovely. It looks like some varieties may be hardy enough for us?? Does it need a lot of water, wet feet or rich soil? Because it looks like it might. And those would be no goes for us.

Your offer of little iris (es?) sounds tempting. I think this year though, I'm going to go in sorta big with a lot of different colors and see how they come out. Most of what we have was basically left by the last owner and most of them are that common sorta brown or light purple faded bearded....which are about my least favorite colors. They always look like the flowers are starting to fade and die off to me.

And I had no trouble deciphering your run-on because I kinda think the same way. I always get my modifying clauses next to wrong part of the sentence. I knew what you were trying to say, too, I think.


Anyway, a little challenge brightens up the day.



That's why I like the CT.

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@ECIN he is an excellent diaper sniffer! No dirty diaper goes un sniffed!

RED ALERT! POOPY DIAPER! MOOOOOOOOM!!!

and now, a chicken joke. Enjoy

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