Friday, February 9, 2018

a friday night film

6 comments:

John Wells said...

This is how I unstick stuck buckets. When I first got these planters, several of them were really stuck together and I separated them by drilling one small hole in the bottom of the outer bucket and shooting compressed air inside to force the apart. I ended up drilling several drainage holes in all of them so the compressed air method wouldn't work anymore. When I shut down the planting in the greenhouse, several of the planters got stuck together again. I couldn't find a suggestion on the internet for my particular situation so I had to come up with my own solution. News Theme 2 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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Margery Bills said...

Sort of like putting 2 plastic containers is the kitchen sink dish water. Hope I can remember this. Thanks for the tip. What are you going to grow in your containers this time? I think many people are having rough times. That is something my mother might not have understood. And now I have to realize this and understand the driving force in some of peoples' behavior. Therefore being practical in growing healthy food might be very feasible and pennywise. I do not know what would be a saver, fast, and healthy. There is always lettuce, tomatoes, onions, carrots, beets, greens, pretty flowers to boost the spirits and keep the seeds for next planting and so much more. You can do it. Then how about some shade trees and bushes for posterity? Then there are herbs and peppers. So much. My grandfather was an amazing Gardner and had so much, such as beautiful roses, kumquat trees and so on. Some people even grow Aloe Vera which is healthy. I learned today that the Irish boiled potatoes and onions and then added butter and salt and pepper. A California Irish person taught me that at Ohio State and it is fast, good and easy (Irish standard food but hamburger can be added and peas or beans like a Shepherds Pie). Well let us know what you plan to do with the planters.

David Johnson said...

Maybe block of wood in the bottom next time

Margery Bills said...

That's a great idea David.

Jon P said...

"Maybe block of wood in the bottom next time"... or a rock! John has plenty of those. :)

monica said...

A Friday Nite Film without Chupa is like a day without sunshine!