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Utah Yard Projects


RyManUtah

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Some different angles and things. Succulents to be added in spring. 

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Thanks for looking. 

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3 minutes ago, RyManUtah said:

Defined a bit of porch space, and have been getting this section near completion. 

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4 hours ago, Paradise Found said:

Ryan, is this an aloe 'blue elf' I see planted in your garden, which rocks! 

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Indeed :greenthumb:

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47 minutes ago, RyManUtah said:

Indeed :greenthumb:

Able to take some temps around 20F. (maybe 18F) Yours will do better in winter since you have winter sunshine, blooms in winter to early spring. 

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On 4/7/2022 at 10:35 PM, Jesse PNW said:

@RyManUtah what is the purpose of the irrigation tubing running into the coke bottle? 

Sends water deeper. Just a free version of this . Essential for the hot days. 

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Human food:

Society Garlic

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Ficus/indica pad rooted 

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Rosemary 

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Cereus repandus
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Yucca baccata
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Grapes

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Lettuce

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Maters & carrots

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Peppers

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onions 

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Donut peach 

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Cukes

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Pineapple Guava

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Utah Sweet Pomegranate 

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Tubac

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6 minutes ago, RyManUtah said:

Cereus repandus
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What's the minimum temperature that these have been exposed?

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17 minutes ago, amh said:

What's the minimum temperature that these have been exposed?

28F completely exposed. 16F with tip protection.

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1 minute ago, RyManUtah said:

28F completely exposed. 16F with tip protection.

I'm thinking of trying one next to my house.

Are you just using a Styrofoam cup or wrapping the whole thing?

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11 minutes ago, amh said:

I'm thinking of trying one next to my house.

Are you just using a Styrofoam cup or wrapping the whole thing?

Year one I used styrofoam cups from a prior smoothie addiction. Preceding on I’ve had better luck with solo cups, packed with newspaper. They give a little better without breaking from the spines. The widest column had to be upgraded to one of those drinking thermos with the lid removed. Alternatively you can allow them to burn and cut the frost bite off. They will branch or pup new growth. I’ve never wrapped them for fear of moisture retention. Keep them dry as can be in winter. It’s my first columnar to wake up in the springtime. When it does, it gets a slow, long drink of water. 

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19 minutes ago, RyManUtah said:

Year one I used styrofoam cups from a prior smoothie addiction. Preceding on I’ve had better luck with solo cups, packed with newspaper. They give a little better without breaking from the spines. The widest column had to be upgraded to one of those drinking thermos with the lid removed. Alternatively you can allow them to burn and cut the frost bite off. They will branch or pup new growth. I’ve never wrapped them for fear of moisture retention. Keep them dry as can be in winter. It’s my first columnar to wake up in the springtime. When it does, it gets a slow, long drink of water. 

I'll plant one tomorrow. 

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1 hour ago, RyManUtah said:

Society Garlic

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This stuff is so tough for me. I never water it, deer leave it alone, and it takes all the elements (even 3F). Long lasting flowers, edible, and it keeps the weeds out as a dense groundcover. Seriously, what more do you want? I have a one-species/variety policy in my garden but I don't enforce it for this one! 

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19 minutes ago, amh said:

I'll plant one tomorrow. 

Best of luck :greenthumb::drool:

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10 minutes ago, Swolte said:

This stuff is so tough for me. I never water it, deer leave it alone, and it takes all the elements (even 3F). Long lasting flowers, edible, and it keeps the weeds out as a dense groundcover. Seriously, what more do you want? I have a one-species/variety policy in my garden but I don't enforce it for this one! 

Good to know, thanks. This one seems to be in a better location than another I had. I think the sun got it lol. It seems to be fairly tough. This one resumes growth in February. 

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Sabal palmetto responding well to the hot wall 

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