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Re: Johnny Appleseed Festival...

I wish I could have been out gardening, but with being allergic to deet,
and all those virus carrying mosquitos, just didn't want to chance it...
and I hate getting bite up!

Besides visiting with Vera for the day, I went to harvest days for
garden metal things. There is a guy who sells yearly there at reasonable
pricing and uses thicker metal to create his. He also creates- so most
many of his things are orginial designs, not the same things you can
find in a store. Been buying for years and everything has held up well-
although most of it ended up at mothers house over the years after she
seen them....

So I bought an arbor, 2 plant stands, and a obelisk - that filled the
van! I also couldn't resist a santa riding a reindeer at one of the
craft booths, so that had to come home too... along with a sweatshirt
and latern that will be used for family Xmas presents.

Bachmans is an importer warehouse near here. A few times a year they
open it to the public at 50 off wholesale pricing- big bargains!...then
they really hook you with the buy one at 50 off and get another one free
on a couple of promo items!....... but you never know just what they
will offer. They sell to other wholesalers and most stuff ends up in
high end stores, hallmarks, and florist shops. This time, I bought some
decorative pots, pillar stand, ribbon, a few more santas and other xmas
decorations. I mean where else can you buy 50yards of 3inch ribbon wired
quality stuff for less than 5.00? - Ok- you guys probably do know where,
but around here it is unheard of. :)


----- Original Message ----

And what all did you fill your van with from those sales, Donna?  

I spent the full morning yesterday out in the yard, starting the fall
clean-up.  DH scalped about an 8' section of lawn for me on the North side
of the driveway so I can start the process of extending that bed.  I'll be
putting in a new lasagna bed there for items I've been holding in pots late
this summer until I could get a place for them.  I've been lengthening it
about 4-8' every year.  In another 5 years, I should be up to the garage.
Then I'll have to start on the other side of the driveway.  That will be a
little more expensive because I'll need some sort of barrier--landscape
stones or timbers or something.  DH chipped up the most recent wood pile
from recent storms and trimmings for me that sat throughout the heat of the
summer.  He also chipped up my green trimmings so they will compost more

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5) 

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Donna
Sent: Saturday, September 16, 2006 9:32 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Johnny Appleseed Festival...

Seems every town is having something... Last weekend was my towns 'fall
fair' and today I was down by Vera at the 'Harvest Days'. Since I couldn't
garden today, I managed to fill a van and half today..... first at Bachman's
sale then at Harvest days....sigh.


----- Original Message ----
From: Bonnie & Bill Morgan <wmorgan972@ameritech.net>
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Sent: Saturday, September 16, 2006 8:25:47 AM
Subject: [CHAT] Johnny Appleseed Festival...

Kitty, will you be going to the festival today?  I think Indy used to have a
small version of that on the Circle downtown in the fall.  There were all
kinds of apple laced delicacies available and since I used to work less than
a block from the Circle, it was quite a treat to take lunch a little early
and wander through the various vendors and sample apple cuisine.  (Dad used
to have a coved apple tree and we had a golden delicious at a previous

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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