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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by silkeysandra, May 26, 2011.

  1. silkeysandra

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  2. Jencleg

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    [​IMG] It wont let me see...
     
  3. Kudzu

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    I don't BookFace or Fritter.
     
  4. silkeysandra

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    ChickInDelight Never an Empty Nest

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    Lovely - are those edible sunflowers?
     
  6. silkeysandra

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    gosh! I don't know! They just came up volunteer from seeds given to the hens. We will see when the heads die back. Sometimes the plants make teeny seeds and would be hard for humans to play with, but the hens might like them. Thanks for asking! I may have a seed factory growing right there!
     
  7. Kudzu

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    Very pretty for voluntary sunflowers.Nice coop.
     

  8. kla37

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    How pretty! I love sunflowers. I used to grow a sunflower house for my kids when I lived on a lot that had lots of sun. Sunflowers are the happiest looking flower!
     
  9. ancona 76

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    Love sunflowers. Sure look great outside the run.
     
  10. silkeysandra

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    thanks. I think they are so full of hope and happiness. You can't think of anything bad when you see a sunflower.
     

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