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RE: excited

Well I guess I should finish my morning coffee B4 logging on to my

Wonder if they do that around here? Most times the clay will withstand
just about anything, unless of course it just got done raining. For some
reason this am, I was visioning tourist cars driving all over the
botanical gardens.... duh!

IL Zone 5

> donna, most botanical gardens have vehicles--john deere "gators," for
> example--that they use to haul new plant material and mulch and spray
> equipment around in. maintenance is always machine intensive on a
> property. also, to plant [or transplant] large specimens, they often
> a
> boom truck. and, yes, this is florida--sand to the center of the
> without some kind of stabilization, anything heavier than a golf cart
> really tear up the countryside.

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