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RE: my garden photos

Might try burying pvc pipe and have it come up in/near the watering
areas. I stuff cheap hoses in the pvc pipe so when they leak or wear out
another one can easily be replaced without having to do anymore digging.
They also sell those faucets on a stick to pound in the ground that
connects to the hose ends. Makes the watering go easier without dragging
hoses all over.


> I have some before pictures... looked pretty desolate.  The house was
> built
> about 25 years ago... so the pine trees were here, some old silver
> Maples...(I know they are trash trees but here you have to make
> out
> of lemons)  I had a huge cottonwood, but other than that nothing worth
> keeping.  The previous owners had an above ground pool that after we
> it
> a couple of years seemed like the perfect place for a sun garden.
> was
> nothing around the house.   There is still so much more that I would
> to
> do but I hate dragging a hose around.  We have a well but the water is
> hard that we don't think we could keep the sprinklers from plugging up
> we
> tried an underground system.  That alone keeps me from trying anything
> else.
> Tricia

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