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Re: Pellie Pincher

  • Subject: Re: Pellie Pincher
  • From: Hedgehug@AOL.COM
  • Date: Fri, 30 Jul 2004 15:07:23 -0400

Sandy,

So far, my favorite is the lady who goes to chinese restaurants and smuggles out the free wooden chopsticks in her purse which she uses to stake her plants in the smaller containers.

And Kathryne who attaches lengths of plastic evetroughs (SP?)
to her fences so that she can put in rows of 4" pots to start her cuttings in and get more room on her plant tables.

Does anyone else have ideas to share?

Cindi





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