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Re: Garden Chores/Ornamental Purple Millet

Well, I've done a few things, but the catalogs GOT me - mwahahahaha.  BTW - that Purple Majesty Ornamental Millet is cheaper at Pinetree Garden Seeds than Park's.  I just ordered some.  www.superseeds.com   Y'all were discussing it the other day and thought someone might be interested!


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: cathy carpenter <cathyc@rnet.com>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 29 Dec 2002 12:25:22 -0600

>It is in the 50's here. Plan to clean out at least some of the perennial 
>beds. Have exercised extreme self control and set the catalogs aside 
>until I do it. What torture!
>> It feels like March here today -- in the 60's, but rain is forecast for
>> tomorrow through Tuesday night.  There goes the bonfire we had planned 
>> for my
>> friends pasture. <LOL> I checked the beds yesterday, and I have never 
>> seen so
>> much henbit coming up before!  It will take me days to get rid of it.  
>> If my
>> house were not such a colossal mess I would start today, but I promised
>> myself I would muck out before March 1.  Obviously, I am not the 
>> neatest,
>> most organized member here.  I, too, have been drooling over plant and 
>> seed
>> catalogs.  I have to watch it with seeds, or I'll order way too many to 
>> plant
>> without ploughing up the entire yard, and that's not likely to happen 
>> in this
>> lifetime. HA!
>> zem
>> zone 7
>> West TN
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A

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