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tony2trees Dills Atlantic giant 4d

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tony2trees Japanese black trifele, thanks for the seeds @alinesarkis13 4d

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tony2trees buttonwood's sunflower fields 5d

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tony2trees Orchid cactus has been blooming nonstop since it's been outside 5d

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tony2trees July 14 , 2014 #dillsatlanticgiant 2w
  •   bobbyshot_it And what do you do with 250/300 lb. beasts? Do you at least make a little coin on them dude? 2w
  •   tony2trees @amyohfotos thanks :) !! I got tons of hops growing too, I just don't know what to do with them 2w
  •   tony2trees @bobbyshot_it nope, just a hobby, sometimes it's more like a job, but I love it 2w
  •   bobbyshot_it How do you move those b**ches? Do you use heavy equipment or have buddies help you? I would love to see that sh*t. Great subjects to shoot man. I hope you post some Big B**ch Harvest shots! @tony2trees 2w
  •   tony2trees @bobbyshot_it thing with these giants is, you could get a squash vine borer or powdery mildew and that could end your season real quick, got to keep on top of these things constantly with a treatment schedule , some times it's a lot of work for nothing but a learning experience 2w
  •   amyohfotos That's awesome. You should see if there are any homebrew shops you could sell them to. Or try directly to home brewers. On the forums I read getting homegrown, organic hops is all the rage. 2w
  •   5alive Wow! Wonderful! Spectacular! 2w

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tony2trees pumpkins 2w

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tony2trees Garden is off the hook this year 3w

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tony2trees Good day to clean the attic 3w

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tony2trees stamps in the attic 3w
  •   henkestenback The red ones are 10 öre and must be very old. It'a a 10th of a swedish "krona". It has a pic of a old swedish king. 3w
  •   tony2trees @henkestenback wow! Most of the things I find up there are Swedish, from the late 1800's early 1900's, most are books , birthday,Christmas or postcards dated , thank you! 3w
  •   amyohfotos Awesome find. 3w
  •   fraulein_k I love that someone put them in little bundles. Old paper ephemera is my favorite! I have a bunch if old stamps from Myanmar, known today as Burma, so many good ones. @tony2trees 3w
  •   henkestenback Maybe some of those things you find are worth a fortune? Check with a musèum or an antiques dealer 3w
  •   mrborkstrom 1 Swedish crown (abbreviated SEK) = 100 öre. As of earlier today $1US = 6.84 SEK. 3w
  •   pinkcyndi I absolutely LOVE your attic finds. 2w

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tony2trees In bloom 3w

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tony2trees sunday night sessions with the beast 4w

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tony2trees Thursday night cruise with the sadestress 4w

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tony2trees new dawn rose in my garden in the morning 1mon

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tony2trees Dill's Atlantic giant, I grow a lot of different things, but I get the most enjoyment from growing pumpkins. grow pumpkins , it's fun! 1mon

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tony2trees small flowers are nice 1mon

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