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I would let him come eat the morning glory I got around here for sure.
He loves those things and has been eating them since he was a baby.
Cow pi, LOL!
He will eat round roots but still has trouble with square roots.
He is humble for the celebrity that he is....
Yes, he could travel the world but stays here with the commoners.
haha cow pi! i could feed a herd with the morning glories growing wild here!
You might think that you could but Mr. Houdini would steadily eat them all by himself.
Cute cow! Do you mean morning glory flower's plant? I have never heard before. I can't plant turnip here, too hot.Have a nice day
Yes morning glory like they sell in seed packets is a really bad vine to turn loose in a garden. They grow naturally here, several varieties, they will climb a corn stalk and pull the top over. I have been cutting it by the wheelbarrow load all summer but nothing goes to waste as the steers love it. If you planted turnip they would probably grow some greens then go to flower without forming a root. Have a nice weekend.
I need to go check on the greens I planted last month. I haven't bothered to look - been so busy lately. They're probably taken over by weeds...
I have between the rows weeded pretty good but weeds are coming up among the greens but I am being lazy and waiting on frost to take care of them. Sometimes bugs prefer weeds to vegetables so I will use that as an excuse.
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I love the morning sky shot! I reminds me of a sunset once seen in western Canada. We were driving down into a valley and the contrast was very much like your photo. The thing that made it so memorable was that the way the clouds were silhouetted and angle of descent of the road made it appear as if we were driving down to a coastal town with tons of islands just off shore. We were nowhere near the ocean.