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Re: trough planting

In a message dated 3/8/99 9:01:32 PM Eastern Standard Time,
Frances@taconic.net writes:

<< Sorry, but I just can't picture it and I am very interested because it
sounds like
 something I can use. >>

OK, think of a flower box made of cement mixture that can be placed anywhere
one chooses. Not just boxed shaped though...make round, faux stones, curves,
tiers, etc...To add height, mystery (like statuary, you know), to draw the eye
as in a ceneterpiece, to border, contain the more aggressive plantings, to
pamper the more delicate, line the porch, line the patio............

Lori Johnson (gonna make some of these!!)
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