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Re: Beaufort update


We just have to realize that "yard men" are not gardeners! (Neither is DH, for that matter - he is a plant menace with weed eater, chain saw, and lawn tractor!)
Cathy
On Monday, April 11, 2005, at 09:02 PM, Zemuly Sanders wrote:

Your Buttons & Bows will most likely recover. Last fall my yardman weed eated all the Vinca major around one of the big cedars in my front yard, and while I was getting over that he ate up 3 baby hydrangeas. In my case, however, the little green pieces were too little to do anything with. Two of them came back this spring. I am still sick about it. Weedeaters are deadly in the wrong hands!
zem
zone 7
West TN
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