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  • Subject: [cg] re. MARKING GARDEN PLOTS
  • From: Commgarden@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 02:03:57 EDT

Annie, Ollie and Amy,

When  we at the  Las Flores Community Garden in Thousand Oaks,CA started 
laying out  our 67 garden plots about two years ago, we had virtually no money for 
marking the plots, but plenty of fist size (and larger) rocks exposed by the 
initial rototilling, so we came up with idea of painting  the plot numbers and 
shellacing them .  With weather and watering some  now  need repainting. Our 
only expense, aside from time, was for the paint, stencils and shellac. 

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