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Josue Diaz

Wishing you all a fun and safe Thanksgiving holiday.

We're in full transition to winter in Fresno, 50s/60s throughout the day, with fog cover most days. 70s and sunny if the stars align (which sounds like a San Francisco summer :floor:) . Lots of annuals are holding on to color, but they'll soon start getting powdery mildew and will need to be cut out. For now, palms seem to be loving the increase in humidity and some cloudforest plants are loving it too. 

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necturus

Is there a house in there? :winkie: Looks great. Happy Thanksgiving!

Have you chopped the Ficus auriculata back yet? It'll turn into a massive tree in your climate.

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kinzyjr

Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving @Josue Diaz!  Thank you for the eye candy as well!

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PalmTreeDude

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Nice plants. 

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ZPalms

Happy Thanksgiving! beautiful garden! :D:greenthumb:

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GottmitAlex
9 hours ago, Josue Diaz said:

Wishing you all a fun and safe Thanksgiving holiday.

We're in full transition to winter in Fresno, 50s/60s throughout the day, with fog cover most days. 70s and sunny if the stars align (which sounds like a San Francisco summer :floor:) . Lots of annuals are holding on to color, but they'll soon start getting powdery mildew and will need to be cut out. For now, palms seem to be loving the increase in humidity and some cloudforest plants are loving it too. 

 

 

 

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Are those cacti Cereus repandus/Peruvian apple cactus??

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PalmatierMeg

Happy Thanksgiving to all! What a fabulous, colorful jungle you have

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Trustandi

Happy Thanksgiving to you too @Josue Diaz! Beautiful garden! 

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JLM

Happy Thanksgiving y'all!

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EJ;)

Happy Thanksgiving! 

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Josue Diaz
On 11/24/2021 at 11:10 PM, GottmitAlex said:

Are those cacti Cereus repandus/Peruvian apple cactus??

Yes, a neighbor threw a bunch of cuttings away several years ago. I took a few home and planted them.

On 11/24/2021 at 6:50 PM, necturus said:

Is there a house in there? :winkie: Looks great. Happy Thanksgiving!

Have you chopped the Ficus auriculata back yet? It'll turn into a massive tree in your climate.

Lol yes there's a house back behind all that.  I've taken cuttings for friends but I really want it to go up, to open up space below it. 

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iamjv

Outstanding garden....   congrats !!!!

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Makko16

Beautiful garden. Happy Thanksgiving!

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