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Paint Party Creation for April

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Had a great time this month.  Really enjoyed working on the pic & extremely happy with how it turned out.

I let the instructor pic my sky colors.

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What have you got against dandelions? They make a great wine. In a salad, they are a great spring tonic. Good for your horse too.

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I also like them better in the picture than in my lawn.

Jubal if you have them that bad weed & feed two years in a row with a decent brand & it will be at least two years before they get bad again.  That is what I did.  First year didn't seem to make a difference, second year did good, third year didn't put anything on the lawn.  However you'll find out how much of your yard is weeds.  There are a few big spots that are brown because it was all crab grass.  Also noticed how soft the grass was on bare feet.

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Gorgeous!  I love dandelions.  I've had delicious dandelion jelly, soup, and greens.  Never wine, though!

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7 hours ago, noponies said:

What have you got against dandelions? They make a great wine. In a salad, they are a great spring tonic. Good for your horse too.

Not so good for my horse--they're high in sugar, but he does love them. I don't like them because they pop up overnight after I spend hours mowing. But I try to remember, the pollinators like them. My favorite lawn nuisance are violets. 

RRW, if I used a weed killer, I'd have nothing green left! 

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I'm looking forward to seeing some bright yellow color in the yard.  Been a long brown winter and spring.  

Did see the first night crawlers on the road this morning.  Spring must be here

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Cricket, did my best to make the initials look like the seed pods.

This painting will be a hard one to take down as I enjoy having it hung in my kitchen.

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