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Re: Re: plants for DRY, semi-shade


> From: Kitty <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
> But back to watering.... If they don't want to pay you to do it, I
think
> you should print up a brochure explaining the protection of their
> investment. Maybe pics of unwatered beds would be a nice graphic
example
> to help get the message across. The point is: just telling them
they
> need to water it doesn't do it. You need to cover this in full or
when
> the plantings croak, they'll blame YOU for putting in junk rather
than
> themselves for lack of follow through.
----------

Very good point, Kitty...people, esp. non-gardeners, just do not
understand about watering...for some reason, they think they can 
plant and forget..and the only plants that thrive on that are
plastic.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
mtalt@hort.net
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