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RE: Spray & Tides

Yeah I can relate to not having enough hours in the garden to get stuff
done! Darn work hours really get in the way at times!

The pea gravel was for my mother, around the veggie boxes. When I did mine,
she had too much 'stuff' back there. Now that it is cleared out.... Need a
couple more loads, but with the predicted high temps/rain.... not gonna
happen this week! But since it will only be walkways around the raised beds,
I did put that landscaping fabric down and anchored, so it is all ready for
the gravel.


> Well, I hope it doesn't stay this hot all week.  My irrigation is more or
> less in place, but it needs tweaking and some nozzles replaced.  I work 9-
> 6
> and later in the day the A/C is too cold - I have to put a sweater on.
> But
> those hours make it so I can do some garden work in the am and when I get
> home, so maybe by July I'll have everything in the ground.
> A truck of pea gravel Donna?  For a path, rockgarden, what?
> Kitty
> neIN, Z5

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