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Those with a side/second job in this economy, what is it that you do and how did you get into it?
  • I do both freelance graphic design and historic window restoration on the side. I did them both before my current full time design job, and do them in my spare time. I'm lucky that my current job considers 32 hours full time, so I have Fridays to do side work.

  • When to dead head or leave for the birds

    How do y'all decide the balance between dead heading for more blooms or letting flowers go to seed for the benefit of local birds?

    I have one of the few flower gardens on my block and the only native garden, so pretty much all of my flowers produce beneficial seeds and I want to support the birds, but it would also be nice to get more blooms.

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    NativePlantGardening @sh.itjust.works greenhorn @lemm.ee

    When to dead head out save for birds?

    How do y'all decide the balance between dead heading for more blooms or letting flowers go to seed for the benefit of local birds? I have one of the few flower gardens on my block and the only native garden, so pretty much all of my flowers are beneficial seeds so I want to support them, but it would also be nice to get more blooms.

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    All those YA books lied to me
  • The novel Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu is a neat story about a self-described "generic Asian man" who is stuck in the "background Oriental male" role while aspiring to be the "kung fu guy"

  • Deep in my phlox

    She was barely tolerant of my bugging her for a closeup

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    6b evergreen ideas

    I'm in southeast Michigan, hardiness zone 6b, and I'd like to add a small or mid size evergreen to my yard for some winter interest, any suggestions?

    I also have a large yew I'd like to replace with something comparable to maintain a little porch privacy, I'm thinking either a smoke bush or witch hazel, any others I should consider?

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    NativePlantGardening @sh.itjust.works greenhorn @lemm.ee

    6b evergreen succession

    I'm in southeast Michigan, hardiness zone 6b, and if like to add a small or mid size evergreen to my yard for some winter interest, any suggestions?

    I also have a large yew I'd like to replace with something comparable to maintain a little porch privacy, I'm thinking either a smoke bush or witch hazel, any others I should consider?

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