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Re: Garden Addictions ...

At 10:17 AM 12/31/99 EST, you wrote:
>    my yard is probably less than a 
>10th of an acre with a townhouse plopped down in the middle of it and I have 
>over 200 hostas!  There are also well over a hundred other perennials, at 
>least 20 different trees and shrubs AND turf grass!!!  Unfortunately, my 
>addiction spirals more out of control every season!!!  But, gee, it sure 
>makes me happy!!!!
>   Happy New Year to all!!!
>Sandie markland 
Yikes, Sandie! Looks like I shouldn't get too complacent. I bought the
issue of Flower Gardens that had your yard spotlighted. I can see how you
are able to squash so much in..Good job and a beautiful garden!

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