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RE: Have I got a banana for you

HI David-

I hope we are coming out your way next weekend.  We have a party to attend
on Saturday and trying to find someplace to spend the night that doesn't
cost a billion dollars so that we can visit Emerisa nursery and hopefully
come banana shopping???  If we can work this out, would that be ok with you?
If so, send me your address off list so I can figure out how to find you.

Also,  here is the link to yahoo briefcase


It's easy to sign up and pretty straightfoward to post pics- just make sure
you shrink the size of your photo files so you have enough room to post a
bunch of them.  So take you pictures now, and then you can post them once
you get it all figured out.

Re: the white flies- I had a bunch around one of my roses, but after I
released my ladybugs they were gone.  Do ladybugs eat white flies??  Also,
you could try insecticidal soap.  Or, just hang out and the birds will take
care of them.


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
Behalf Of David Franzman
Sent: Saturday, May 03, 2003 8:57 PM
To: Garden
Subject: [CHAT] Have I got a banana for you

Theresa!  When are you coming over the hill I have to thin my banana
plantation?  They're about six feet tall and ready to be seperated from
their mothers.

Your pics look good.  Teach me how to do that on Yahoo will  ya?  I've
been dying to show off some of the plants I have.  My garden has never
looked so good.  We've had almost six inches of rain this April and it's
really showing.

Here's a funny thing:  My little gh next to the house that has my tender
tropical is free of nasty pests however, I noticed that I have a real
white fly issue out in the garden.  They don't seem to be doing any real
harm and could be a significant reason why I have so many birds but
should I do something about them?  They are clustered around a couple of
plants including my abutilons.


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