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RE: rose transplant

Referring to the entire design.... Guessing I make too many off the cuff
changes as I go along, so it doesn't come out as planned... sometimes
that is good, other times something annoys me and it has to change a few
months down the road.

Glad to hear yours worked out- bet you are happy it is done!:)


> The rose bush or the wall?
> Actually, both came out better than I had expected!
> Theresa
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
> Behalf Of Donna
> Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 6:59 PM
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Subject: RE: [CHAT] rose transplant
> Congratulation Theresa!
> So did it come out the way you envisioned? Mine never do :(
> Donna
> >
> > I just figured everyone else was outside yesterday too, and that's
> > there
> > weren't alot of messages.  Anyway- I finally finished building the
> outside
> > edge of my garden wall!  Yeah!  And spent a couple hours moving soil
> into
> > the new garden spaces.  I still have a giant pile to move on the
> sidewalk,
> > but it's raining a bit this morning so I get a little break (which I
> need
> > cause my arms, back and knees are sore!).  I finally got tired of
> moving
> > dirt and dug up my Tiffany rose tree out of the back yard (not an
> > trick
> > as it is quite large) and transplanted it into the new bed by the
> > driveway.
> > Used a recycled peice of rebar at a stake (I knew I saved that stuff
> for a
> > reason when I broke up the concrete walk).  Checked on it this
> and
> > it seems to be fine so far.  Actually, it is probably a good think
> is
> > overcast and damp today- hopefully it will help the poor thing get
> > resettled.  I also took a sago palm out of a big pot and planted on
> the
> > corner.  If the sun ever comes out.  I'll take and post some more
> pics.
> >
> > Theresa
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