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Re: RE: using junk in the garden


Duh?!? what is PDN? Having a blonde moment... cause I should know this!


Donna

----- Original Message -----
From: kmrsy@comcast.net
Sent: 9/2/2003 10:05:58 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: RE: [CHAT] using junk in the garden

> Donna,

> For years I thought Hens & Chickens were all there was to Sempervivums.  But 

> there are so many varieties!  There are websites that sell almost nothing but, 

> and many would be hardy for you.  Well, personally I don't grow any, but I've 

> picked up several for the DG.  And a new succulent, not a Semp - begins with A, 

> from PDN, that grows in Z5.

> 

> Kitty

> > Yep, but they wouldn't survive here in zone 5!... other than hens and

> > chickens.... But it is a thought...

> > 

> > Donna

> > 

> > > 

> > > Are the hub caps deep enough to drill holes in and plant succulents??

> > > 

> > > ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------

> > > From: "Donna " 

> > > 

> > > >Using junk in the garden:

> > > >

> > > >As I attempt to continue to clean out the garage.... Found tons of

> > old

> > > >hub caps from the 50's?... So! Anyone have any ideas of what to do

> > with

> > > >them in the garden? I keep looking at them (since they are the

> > fancier

> > > >type and actually in good shape) thinking I should not put them in

> > the

> > > >garage sale cause no one is going to buy them- maybe on e-bay, but

> > not

> > > >from my front lawn....

> > > >

> > > >Also found a couple cases of bowling pins.....

> > > >

> > > >Thoughts anyone?

> > > >

> > > >Donna

> > > >Break is over, back to sorting and cleaning.... I keep asking DH

> > where

> > > >did this stuff come from! Can anyone say pack rat!... found 7 snow

> > > >blowers plus the garden tractor has a blade, I drive a snow plow

> > truck

> > > >and DH doesn't want to add anything to the sale.... urgh!:)

> > 

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