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CULT: Shade Cloth


Message text written by Cindy Rivera:

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Help, anyone living in the southwest heat and dry. Are any of you using
shade clothe to protect your gardens? Are you having any success with it.
What brand and where did you get it? How do you keep it attach in our
winds?
My iris have been burning up and it seems to get worse every year.
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Yes, shade cloth is the only thing that has kept TBs in exposed beds going.
 I don't remember the brand, but always bought mail-order from Leonard's. 
The size, shape and location of the bed affects the type of frame needed.  

Sharon McAllister
73372.1745@compuserve.com

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