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Friday, December 03, 2010

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That's a clever way to protect the baby palm tree!

It's a persistent tree if it can survive a couple years of being mowed! It's a keeper. :)

Happy spinning & Happy Weekend! It is Friday!
xo

Cool picture, and great idea for protecting that poor baby you kept trying to kill ;-)

How does one warrant a random palm tree? Inquiring minds want to know.

How sweet to see a palm tree baby on your blog!

Your baby palm tree is very cute but I didn't know that palm trees and frost could exist in the same place.

That's a cute and very determined palm. After being in Tucson for a year, that looked pretty logical to me.

No grass to mow here, unless you like high water bills. Just sand, lots and lots of sand, plus some rocks.

I have a cage like this on the asparagus...that way my hubby can't drive over it. He really hates asparagus..LOL

Awesome handspun Cookie, love the colours.

I have a cage like this on the asparagus...that way my hubby can't drive over it. He really hates asparagus..LOL

Awesome handspun Cookie, love the colours.

There's nothing sadder than a wild free palm tree caged like a zoo animal.

Or something like that. Dang, there was that much frost up there? Is the ice age coming? I was just getting used to global warming.

Neat! Too bad we cant grow palm here, i really like the look of them. The kids liked them too when they saw them at Disney last year.

Showing us your yarn tomorrow?

I think that baby tree needs Christmas lights, a little like a Charlie Brown Christmas. It's the least you can do after the years of abuse....

/snort I'm with Diane ;)

That is totally something I would do - mow over a baby tree for years and then try to save it. (Think of it has hardy, resistant, and with quite strong roots.)

Winter! Tropical! WTF?!

lmao. you know, it may harbor resentment.

Kind of like the pin oak in our back yard that my brothers kept mowing. It's about 70' tall now, but we figure the roots go down to China!!!!

That palm grew back after being mowed off for multiple years? Damn, you'd better keep mowing before it eats California.

Bet it would be really pretty with snow...

And it would make a heartwarming and inspirational story: The Little Palm Tree That Could. I wonder if it's bitter at all.

I think you need one of those bright pink tomato cages.

Tomato cages are such handy items! :-)

Enjoy your spinning! Traditional four-ply, or cable four-ply?

Awww...frosty baby!

xoxo

That's a great idea. I used to "weed" the peonies when they came up in the spring. No clue what they were. Then I learned and got to enjoy them. Last spring my daughter mowed one over with the reel mower. It's genetic.

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