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    Great thread. Thanks for sharing this helpful gardening information. I just love the way of your explaining tips that you have shared these are truly good ideas for me to post some spam here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solar Geek View Post
    I do actually. I was wondering if anybody was paying attention and indeed you were.
    Hi, Can you suggest to me what type of fertilizers, I can use for my lawn garden? I read about some of the fertilizers and it seems as though Spam is a good one.
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    That's wonderful Here are a few shots of my new garden, and a couple of my older gardens. As you can see there's not a lot in them yet, but it is nice to have some more room

    Garden Photos 11-14-14 (8).jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by henry92 View Post
    That's wonderful Here are a few shots of my new garden, and a couple of my older gardens. As you can see there's not a lot in them yet, but it is nice to have some more room

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    Oh, I'm just trying to play with this one for a little bit.
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    A cactus garden?

    Anyhow, same as everyone here, I appreciate your and rest of the staff's efforts to keep this site SPAM free...

    OTOH, real SPAM with real maple syrup is delicious..

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    Honest to God this looks like the entranceway to Boot Hill Cemetery in Tombstone, AZ.
    If you didn't bring jerky what did I just eat?

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    Due to the purpose of this site; so, is his garden edible is the question?

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    Certain of the cactus flowers and fruit is eatable.

    There might be one scattered around in there, but I suspect there is the situation of one "contributing" post that will revert to normal spam at a latter date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
    Certain of the cactus flowers and fruit is eatable.

    There might be one scattered around in there, but I suspect there is the situation of one "contributing" post that will revert to normal spam at a latter date.


    I used to live near Hendersonville, NC where there was a market. One of the sellers had "leaves" of what appeared to be prickly pear cactus.
    https://korsniay.blogspot.com/2021/0...rs-edible.html
    They were the same as the pictures except the skin wasn't tight. Sort wrinkled same as a pepper at the grocery store that no one would buy.

    You're definitely correct about where it will age. LOL


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    Down here the Prickly Pear has Tunis (Pear Apple) which is edible. It is very tart but there are those who make jellies and jams from it. From the same plant (or more commonly the spineless varieties) we get the young leaves, Nopalitos, which are sliced and mixed with scrambled eggs. It is an acquired taste. They are a tad bitter but many people like them and they are often sold in the produce section of the grocery stores...

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