Comments On - Poppy Time

a', Houston, TX
Posted: 1/12/2014 7:07:54 AM
Hi Ginger,

Neat! Thanks for your compliments. I think writing about gardening and farming is a legitimate activity. My computer game writing gets a lot more public attention and that fact sort of annoys me. I'm very happy to be stubborn and keep writing about gardening and farming, because I find it actually to be a hipper and far more interesting topic. Thanks for reading!
rick, rapallo, YT
Posted: 6/2/2011 10:20:29 PM
Your blog is a recent find for me. And, though I'm not usually one to make comments, I just wanted to let you know that I enjoy your posts immensely. I have read every single post... even following you back to where you were with Hobby Farm Home vs the Urban Farm Home. I find your writing, experiences and garden very inspiring and I look forward to each and every new Friday post. Please keep them coming!
Ginger, Burke, VA
Posted: 6/2/2011 6:32:07 PM
Hi David,

Maybe I could send you some poppy seeds from this years seed harvest if you'd like to try them.

rick, rapallo, YT
Posted: 5/29/2011 5:50:37 AM
Rick, sounds like Poppies would be something I might be able to grow. It sounds like the less you care for them the better they grow. I'm sure it would be an annual flower here in Nebraska due to the harsh winters. I bet the 10 acre field of red was quite a sight. Many years ago, while in the military, I rode a train across Germany. I wish that our transportation here in the States was on the level of Europe. The ride was most enjoyable. It's just too expensive and inconvenient to have public transportation as a main mode of travel especially in the midwest. I suppose public transportation becomes more feasible with denser population. The best we can do in my town is park and go with bus transportation for morning and evening work commute.

Have an enjoyable train ride day.
David, Omaha, NE
Posted: 5/27/2011 6:53:56 AM
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