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Re: Fw: Ode to the Catalogs


The roof garden had great possibilities, but has turned into something
of a disaster, mainly because the person in charge of it has been not
easy to work with. It should have been completed last year, but the only
part that actually got done was reinforcing the shed's roof supports.
The plan is for sedums and vines growing on one sloped side of the roof
of our tool shed. Sedums and other succulents were dug from elsewhere
and set aside to be used, but they've all probably died by now as they
languished in flats waiting to be used. Materials were purchased and
left idle. Hopefully this year it will be accomplished.


--
Kitty 
neIN, Zone5

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> This sounds fun. Please explain. 
> Ceres 
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