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Re: BRRRRRRRRR/Hort subscr.

In a message dated 12/10/05 6:51:33 AM, genebush@otherside.com writes:

> I
> did not get a single trough made, much less a chance to play with leaf
> castings.
Gene, I, too, was planning to get both troughs & leaves made even as I have 
leaves I made last year that I did not get painted.   I did make a trough after 
it turned cold and it took for ever to set up.   I tried to remove from the 
mold to quickly and damaged one side.   As a result, I carved out one side 
giving a ruffled or scalloped look to the overall, trough.   This may become my 
favorite as it has an artsy appearance now.   I will need some very special 
plants for this one.

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