• No, but I do have some green eggs & ham.
    • Azlotto
      Ha...Thanks, Zack.
  • I kept a big garden for years. All the hard work had it's rewards but pulling weeds was a never ending chore. Unfortunately I don't have the time for it anymore. : (
    • Azlotto
      "pulling weeds was a never ending chore."...I'm also good at growing weeds... Even though some weeds are edible, I'm sure none taste as good as vine ripened tomatoes...Thanks, Ice man.
  • Not really, unfortunately, but I try.
    • Azlotto
      Thanks, officegirl.
  • I have natural cream colour thumb. :D
    • Azlotto
      Lol...Come to think of it, so do I...Thanks, Lisa Victoria.
    • Lisa Victoria
      hehe. Yeah I have a green thumb. I was just Kidding. ;)
  • When I have the dirt I usually do pretty well.
    • Azlotto
  • Actually I once managed to cover the side of a house with what grew from one rose bush that I encouraged back from death. It was a one inch nub, someone had mowed over. I spent time almost daily adding bits of trellace, and string, and clipping it in just the right ways to keep it expanding. Then came a day I wanted to impress a girl on a I got advice from a chef on how to prepare a picnic that couldn't miss. It had every little detail thought of...and with a bottle of wine and a few of the roses I had grown (which I snuck onto the blanket when her head was turned), oh I just figured I was sooo smoooth. So...of course, she left me and went back to New York. And now I'm nothing but puppet stuffing and vinegar.
    • Azlotto
      I've had similar experiences... Thanks.
  • oh my no.........never could get into 'gardening' houseplants, all that family does though, so I'm the only one.........I get a jade plant from a friend that I really liked!! hardly ever had to water it, probably why, was SOO lush and eventually died but I did like it......but probably wouldn't get another one.........ah, we all have our talents, right? just that mine don't run to the 'gardening' type! LOL :-D
    • Azlotto
      Lol...I renamed my Aloe Vera plants, I call them "easy plants"...Thanks.

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