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Re: Weekend plants and stuff

In a message dated 05/24/2004 9:00:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Zemuly@aol.com writes:

> I've  seen yards where people put too much in and over time they turn 
> sloppy. 
> Sounds like you've seen my yard. <LOL> Before I started weeding and  
> planting 
> I pulled out tons of Physostegia and Joe Pye weed.  After I  finished I 
> couldn't even tell I had removed anything.  Then I attacked the  golden rod. 
>  Now 

Boy, I'm glad you can't see mine.  I'm sure sloppy would be a mild comment.  
It may be sloppy, but I am enjoying the masses of Dame's rocket and 
old-fashioned orange poppies and peonies and geraniums and gone-to-seed columbines that 
are blooming right now.  Nothing fancy, but the colors are so pretty together, 
and they just mass up.  In order to plant the new plants I bought this spring 
I have had to pull out a bushel or so of monarda and a few other things.  
Neat isn't my strong suit, so I'm sure you would call mine sloppy - or something 

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