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RE: time to vent!

Just as bad Cathy... he pulled or maybe dug the roots out too....some
may return, but not most. 

Sometimes you gotta wonder if they don't do this on purpose. I used to
just edge the flowerbeds to grassy areas... now I have something-
bricks, wall retaining blocks.. something so he doesn't cross the line
with the mower.

Sorry to hear about your big bluestem...


> At least he didn't hit it with Round-Up! You won't have blooms this
> year, but it should come back. Gary is dangerous with any cutting
> instruments (mowers, weed wackers, etc) or chemicals. He mowed down 3
> of my long established big bluestem this year, and he supposedly knows
> the border of the bed they were planted in. Any shrub or tree newly
> planted is marked with those little construction flags - makes for an
> attractive yard!
> My condolences,
> Cathy

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