Magick Gardens 2024

I love seeing everyone’s beautiful gardens, but right now I seem to have a jungle going on that is out of control. I have been digging a hole in iron ore for about an hour. In the dark, and taking breaks because it’s iron ore. I hope none of my neighbors have cameras pointing in my direction! That wouldn’t be so bad. Keep them guessing about the crazy lady next door that could be a witch! :rofl:

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It’s 5:55 am and wormwood is planted. When the sun comes up a little more I’m going to trim it down. Wish me luck!

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You don’t need luck! You got this!

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Thanks Mystique, I literally transplanted a bush!

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Awesome! Be sure to share pictures! Would love to see it :purple_heart::purple_heart::purple_heart:

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I’m still working on trimming her down and setting her up straighter. This is first time I’ve seen her in full daylight!

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Beautiful! :purple_heart::purple_heart::purple_heart:

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Hopefully soon. Lol!

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You’ve got this, Ostara! Trim that wormwood! :partying_face: :heart:

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The peonies are looking pretty this year!

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So beautiful!!!

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@Ostara Thank you! :hugs: :hibiscus:

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Not my flowers but gorgeous ones I saw on my long run yesterday.






And cucumber blossom and a borage flower from my gardens


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So beautiful! :purple_heart::purple_heart::purple_heart:

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Absolutely gorgeous, @Artemisia! Love the borage - they’re such a funky little flower :star2: :blue_heart: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Beautiful flowers @Artemisia @BryWisteria :hibiscus::hibiscus::hibiscus::hibiscus::bouquet::bouquet::bouquet:

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First celery harvest

Basil there’s a lot more to harvest I will soon

Lettuce anyone? :joy: I didn’t even pick all that I could

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Anyone have any tips on how to trap wasps or get rid of them. they are back and super aggressive and are eating my broccoli plants help :laughing: I tried to set out a sugar trap to no avail

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Place a piece of lunch meat or a small hunk of hamburger inside your trap in the spring. Use a few inches of sugar water, water with jam, soda, fruit juice or another sweet liquid in the summer and fall months. Adding honey will attract honeybees, so it’s important not to use this as a sweet bait.

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