Marmaduke by Brad Anderson for September 18, 2023

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    SHAKEDOWNVILLE  8 months ago

    She will definitely “seed” to it.

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    jasonsnakelover  8 months ago

    Think of it as a ground and veggie pizza.

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    The dude from FL  Premium Member 8 months ago

    Good luck with that! My watermelon and cukes called it quits!

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    sarahbowl1 Premium Member 8 months ago

    Oh, Marm don’t cry! As a home gardener, it’s really disappointing when plants don’t come out the way you expect. My tomatoes were a disappointment this year. But I just keep trying!

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    Sir Davecelot  8 months ago

    Or ones that like being smothered by a 100+ pounds dog…

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    jagedlo  8 months ago

    Marm’s howl translated: “Alas, poor flowers, we hardly knew ye!”

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    cybrgeezer  8 months ago

    Where Marmaduke goes,Nothing grows

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    Just-me  8 months ago

    We had a small patch of yard we planted wildflowers in. One of the Rottweilers would go up to some of the Shasta Daisies or other large blossomed plants, stick his nose to the bloom and inhale deeply smelling the flower. Then the silly thing would sneeze for the next minute or two. I miss the silly goof.

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    tcayer  8 months ago

    What a mix. Fall jokes, and now a summer gag.

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    David_the_CAD  8 months ago

    They probably just need more water, or less pee.

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    bwswolf  8 months ago

    You could help by digging them up ….. so the new ones can be planted …… :)

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    fuzz3942  8 months ago

    Ever think of watering them?

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    Earthling Premium Member 8 months ago

    Lantana loves the brutal heat of summer

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