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cestrum_SEQ wrote: So many snails in my garden now that I'm finding it difficult to get anything done outside, because pretty much wherever I look my gaze falls on a snail. So I have to keep stopping what I'm doing to pick it off and crush it--it's really distracting! And they're all small, so harder to see, more tricky to pull off (with gloves)--and a LOT more of them!
Here's that nodding yellow abutilon that self-seeded from god-knows-where around my compost bin. Wonderful thing is that I harvested a seedpod and have tiny seedlings of it--I wonder what they will look like?
Mya, it's too bad you had to give your shrimp plants away because, once they're established, they are tough plants and in your climate would survive pretty much without watering. But not if they're in hanging baskets, of course, where they need regular watering ...