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RE: update on garden/bottle brush


Raising my hand!... We moved in the fall, and the only gardening I did
was planting trees. But you are right, with the cost of the homes, money
was tight, so bought little trees. Took a few years for them to really
get going, but I finally have shade! (well in certain spots anyways)

Donna


> 
> Unfortunately, when people buy homes, they look at the price of trees
> and decide to wait until they can afford them. What they fail to
> realize is the value trees ultimately add. I once read that those
> having a house built should plant trees before investing in a lawn or
> other landscaping, and do it even before they move in.
> Cathy

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