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Re: como

Are you bored today Jim?? I transplanted one of my roses (had to move it over to make room for gardenwall blocks for a second tier in the front side garden), and put one of my purple fountain grass in a big terra cotta pot, divided my red bunny tail grass and planted half in the spot where I dug up the fountain grass, and put the other half in another big terra cotta pot. I put each pot of either side of the trough garden on the side of my house (more scenery from my husband's office window). I finished mulching the back gardens, and the front is done, except for the area that I'm adding another tier. I moved a clump of corn lily (can't remember the real name right now- begins with an I...) to a sunny spot so that it will bloom, and planted the red crocosmia and rain lily bulbs that Noreen sent me (thanks Noreen!). I still need to rearrange a few more things...move a rosemary to a better spot, move a salvia to a sunnier spot, and I think I'll try planting the Norfolk pine that we used as a Christmas tree this year in the back yard- not sure it will survive- but we'll see. Still need to mulch the side garden, but first to spread some compost. I also want to order a Kerria- soon, and move an alba rose to a less shady spot (and put the Kerria where it was)..... So many plans.....

Esta bien-

james singer wrote:

esta, amigas y amigos.

Island Jim
Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
Zone 10a
Minimum 30 F [-1 C]
Maximum 100 F [38 C]

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