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Thread: And to Think, My Husband is not even a car guy

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    That's what happens when Martha Stewart has too many Martinis

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    Quote Originally Posted by mylesG View Post
    red-necking the yard one engine block at a time
    It started when we were at a flower show and saw a small dish garden in a oil pan. That year I planted a small succulent garden in a transmission. It's been doing well for five years now. My neighbor behind me saw it and said that he loved it. He "collects" aluminum engines to sell by the pound. Guess he and my husband got together.
    I REFUSE to plant anything in a tire.
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    If you have plants growing out of car parts on your lawn....you might be a redneck!

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    Not my style but to each their own.

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    Not too shabby! The car engine is a nice compliment to the whatever-they-ares inside it!
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    Nice! Those look like cox combs to me.
    Appears to be Celosia (of which "cockscombs" are one variant) and white alyssum.
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    An orchid fancier with a CP problem chibae's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonsEye View Post
    Not my style but to each their own.

    Not my style either but my family has always been a tad bit "off" when it comes to cars. I once found car parts in the bathtub and when I complained both my husband and son denied owning them. Turned out they belonged to my daughter

    Appears to be Celosia (of which "cockscombs" are one variant) and white alyssum.Absolutely correct
    It's a tough life being a Sarracenia farmer
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    Quote Originally Posted by chibae View Post
    Not my style either but my family has always been a tad bit "off" when it comes to cars. I once found car parts in the bathtub and when I complained both my husband and son denied owning them. Turned out they belonged to my daughter
    "Blessed are the cracked….
    For they are the ones who let in the light."



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