I was raised in St. Pete. The standing joke was: When people retire they go to Ft. Lauderdale. Their parents move to St, Pete.I think it’s pretty much all old people here. Or folks who have enough time to park themselves here and post endlessly.
we feed them too...my husband made special one for the woodpeckers...part of a cedar log...stove up in the ground...few perches on bottom...small stiff wire ...open at bottom...suet inside...roof he can open shut easy..Sorry about hijacking the thread. That happens a lot around here.
yeah... left that off...oh...my goodness...ha!If you leave the rac off of raccoon the censor program bleeps it out.
Well... if you remember Pogo...Welcome.
Interesting point. Maybe we should start a thread to see who the oldest member is.
I bet I would be near the top . . .
we are growing sunflowers too....we have dwarf Jerusalem and they are perennials...the tubers are edible...haven't tried them yetSunflowers grow real easy. I have to start mine inside, but thanks to the chickens, there's no fertilizer shortage here. (If I can just get it bagged up and out of the chicken yard. Ouch!) Plus the leaves make good bunny food and if you burn wood, the stalks are handy, too.