Hive Garden Journal Newsletter: 🐌 Feb 24thπŸŠπŸ‘©β€πŸŒΎ

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It's my favourite time of the fortnight again - the Garden Journal newsletter, shared by @minismallholding and myself. Rightly so - it's hard to keep up with the wonderful things happening in the Hive Garden world and our own gardens too!

It was great to see @lizelle share her passion for the Ladies of Hive challenge this week - gardening!! I bet there is a lot of Silver Bloggers out there with the same passion. When you write a post that could fit in three communities, you know you've got a winner. After a family member passing, she's keen to get in the garden again with the hubby - but even after a break, it's clear the garden is producing well. Look at these lovely tamarillos!

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I quite enjoyed @manoldonchev 's cute drawing of his garden, mapping the trees that he has. I admire anyone who's that organised - @goldenoakfarm comes to mind as her cataloguing of seeds and plants is probably the best I've seen anywhere. Truly impressive.

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I always like seeing @samstonehill's updates on his garden, and it's lovely to see Luna and Esteban, his two children, helping out. I can just imagine the excitement in the Northern Hemisphere as Spring pokes it's head around the corner - all that potential in the air. Sam's a big believer in food security and teaching his children how to grow edible plants too. Looking forward to seeing the abundance come from that garden over the season.

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@traisto captures that northern hemisphere seasonal changeover well:

The landscape changes quickly from winter to spring look. White daisies are all over the place, more than anemones that accompanied us through winter time. I know it is not spring yet, but the temperature is high, most days are shiny, and yesterday morning I was wearing a t-shirt, so even though they say that the following days will be cold and rainy, I just smell the spring that inevitably will come.

She captures her passion and love for the olive trees on the land they steward.

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In other parts of the world, of course, there's still snow - that blows my mind! Like @cosmictriage and their laughing dragon mascot observe - even frozen bird baths. Brrr. Bring on Spring!

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The next Garden Journal challenge will start at the beginning of March - look out for it pinned in the HIVE GARDEN community. Whether you're planting, end of harvest, tidying up your garden or planning new garden projects, you're all welcome to join in to win HIVE. But keep using the #gardenjournal tag and connecting to others who are passionate about their gardens!

If you have anything you'd like to see included in next week's Garden Journal, let @minismallholding or I know!

Part beneficiary for this post goes to @bluefinstudios with their work in promoting The Hive Garden and supporting people to make some great content for Dreemport. Thanks also for your delegation! A little also to @afterglow - your community engagement hasn't gone unnoticed! The rest will go towards @gardenhive to help the account power up for increased upvotes. If you can spare ANY amount of delegation, please delegate to @gardenhive!

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The people doing V2K want me to believe it is this lady @battleaxe Investigate what she has been up to for 5 years. Its the next step to stopping this. Make her prove where she has been for 5 years or where she is now. She is involved deeply with @fystikken and his group. I cant say she is the one directly doing the v2k. Make her prove it. They have tried to kill me and are still trying to kill me. I bet nobody does anything at all. Make @battleaxe prove it. I bet she wont. They want me to believe the v2k in me is being broadcasted from her location. @battleaxe what is your location? https://ecency.com/fyrstikken/@fairandbalanced/i-am-the-only-motherfucker-on-the-internet-pointing-to-a-direct-source-for-voice-to-skull-electronic-terrorism

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Thank you very much @riverflows. I think I fell in love with the community because there are a lot of amazing gardeners sharing their gardening experiences and maybe that is the reason why I kept on coming back and looking for amazing garden blogs. By the way, I also love reading "Hive Garden Journal Newsletter" as it summarizes amazing gardening blogs from amazing gardeners from the community. Good afternoon!

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You are welcome, and thanks again for being such a lovely and valuable part of our community. Your enthusiasm makes my day x

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You're welcome (^_^) the community is lucky because we have you.

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Nice one @riverflows. The garden looks so attractive and I hope you get a better results from the garden as time goes by . It's a good thing to have friends around to help out.

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Good stuff, lots of cool accounts to follow here, thanks for the window to all these great gardeners 🌺

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I'm a little envious of all you guys that have dirt under your finger nails.
Your gardens look great and I can't wait to get busy my self.
Grow on my friends.

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It is one of my happy moments reading the garden journal newsletter! Especially after not feeling very well for a couple of days, reading the post opens my heart!
And speaking of heart, these tamarillos of @lizelle stole my heart! We haven't managed to grow them here YET! Will try again for sure! I dream of the day that I will graft tomatoes and eggplants into it :)
Thank you all!!!

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ahhh so much garden.... so amazing... unhappily we are in a huge 13m flood here in QLD its NASTY. Whole streets are being washed away. I have a creek in my garden a watertank that is sinking into the mud and an overflowing pool. no gardening for me...

happily we are not in the same house as last major flood where we enjoyed water to the roof. My husband was rescued by a fire truck and i lost contact with him for three days.

my thoughts are well with the people that are going through that this time. So many evacuated and preparing to evacuate. QLD is having a tough time.

I will be back and gardening soon.

love and light

BLINGIT

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Many of the things homesteaders do are good for the Earth and should be rewarded. Growing your own food for example, please claim EverGreenCoin for all your works that help heal the Earth. You can easily trade it for Hive on XBTS.

I also have some free syntropic agroforestry book PDFs if anyone wants them.

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The Garden, I believe that in every home there is usually a plant. I personally consider that plants give life to a home. I like to grow succulents. I am new to this space, I will learn as I go, I would like to show many of my plants. I think that in this community I can do that, (or if there is one for succulents I appreciate you tell me). Thanks for sharing

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@riverflows it's very interesting that gardening has economic value and the value of its own statisfaction in growing plants,and healthy value. Interested in hive garden, one day I will join the hive garden journal news letter. Sharing experience. Thank you very much, greetings from Indonesia.

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Amazing post, and posts, and thank you for everything you 2 do it for hive and gardening community

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It's fun to see the things they have in their gardens, you can tell they put a lot of love into it. Congratulations!

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This means we're heading to brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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