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I grew up in California and the kitchen in the house I left when I was about 5 looked exactly like yours! I did a gasp when I saw it. So therefore, I love it, myself. I have some of those wire shelves that someone linked to from home depot. I got mine at target, though. I put them in my laundry room as extra pantry space. It's a walk, but not too bad, I'm in there all the time anyway, and I don't need full bags of flour or new boxes of cereal every day. If...
I agree that the first thing you should do is figure out a way to get shelves into the cabinets that don't have them. I don't have pics. And my kitchen is weird. Not much for cabinets, but I have big storage drawers (which I'm always worried will break under the weight of what they are expected to hold...) But I was most concerned with the flow, so I paid a lot of attention to where everything was placed in relation to everything else: ~plates, glasses, mugs,...
When we had hens, we had a small run but we would let them out and run around our fenced in yard when we were around to watch them. The yard was fully fenced so they couldn't get out. I did have a very low wire fence around the garden, like maybe 8-10 inches high or so, and it did keep them out of my garden. When they were out around the yard, they did poop all over everything, but that didn't bother me as much as when they would dig up a patch of grass or flowerbed and...
That damage looks like it might be slugs to me. Sometimes they can live through a few chomps from a slug. I usually sprinkle crunched up eggshells around the base of the plants to discourage them, or bury a shallow pan of beer to catch them. I'm not sure about that last one, I've never had that experience before. I'm always hesitant to give up on a plant, especially after the work that has been put into it and I keep plugging along until the thing is really, actually...
Nope. They will all flower on their own schedule. Some take longer than others. Each variety is different. It also depends on when they were planted, how much water and sun they get.....
I would leave it in place and see what happens as long as it looks healthy. I'd also google it and see how tall it generally gets as well as how many days to expect before you can harvest. It may just be a slower grower than your other tomatoes. Either way, it looks beautiful to me. :
Things in my garden always grow slower than I expect them to. Are you sure that you are watering them enough?
Yep. NOw is the time. Make sure you plant some seeds, too. You can still plant lettuce, beans, peas.....
I've never grown that variety or anything like it. But I think it looks healthy. I don't see any sign of disease or anything, so I definately think it's worth it to leave it in the ground and keep an eye on it. Doesn't looke like anything's wrong with it...... Maybe google the variety and see how tall it is supposed to get? I planted a few varieties last year, and they each grew to be varying heights. But the poor thing looks healthy, so I would definately not...
My kids have both been requesting cream of wheat. I haven't been in a humongous hurry to buy it for them because of the nutrition of it. What about adding some ground flaxseed to it? That may be what I have to do......
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