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Re: Easy Street

Gardenhous@aol.com wrote:
  I hear you all talking about adding new beds and I have to wonder if  
these have been on your properties forever and weedless waiting to be
planted in or if you are creating them. 

I don't know about others, but, for myself, I am offering free St.
Augustine grass thick as can be, to neighbors who will come & dig it up.
So far, I've created two new beds in this fashion. This next spring,
add another along the West side of my house in the same way.

Fortunately, I don't have rocks, except for the hard black clay dirt;
but, with a bunch of gypsum & Rabbit Poo-Poo, & alfalfa pellets, I
should be able to make a nice bed for next years gotta,gotta haves.

Diana Winship
Richardson, Tx - where I'm finally able to get out in the yard for more
than 10 minutes without having heat stroke!

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