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Re: today

> From: Donna <justme@prairieinet.net>
> Pruning this time of year? Thought that was a spring thing Kitty,
> have you finished winter stuff and now on next spring projects LOL!

Well, I just gave some yew hedges a bit of a shear last eve - some in
the dark, so they ought to be *real* straight; didn't have a chance
to get out today to see what I did to them:-) ...August is the time
to do that tho' it would have been better done a bit earlier in the
month.  Still have a couple shrubs to go - the long sprongers they've
put out this summer are getting severely on my one remaining nerve.

Sort of depends on where you are, too...would not do this if I lived
far north where winter was just around the corner, but I've got
another 2 months at least before things get really nippy around

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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