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Re: Big Weekend

On Sunday, April 25, 2004, at 07:41 PM, Donna wrote:

Gees Jim, don't let me have to explain to you the importance of

"> > sellers were native plant types and their wares were, well, not

They are not meant to be attractive!.. They are your background, backbone of any great garden. They take the no work, yet they add another dimension to the total picture. They add the windbreaks, they add the sounds of wildlife, they add shady areas, they are totally unnoticed, yet without them what would your fancy exotics use as a backdrop.......

Hum........ I will leave it at that for today.....


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