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Re: Re: Berms

Tony that sounds nice... maybe you could send Marge a picture.


> a  natural rolling hill not just a pile of dirt. 
> A few years ago I did this slight rolling hill & planted a Jap. Maple on
> top, then put primulas around it & planted a "golden sedum" ground cover
> / yellow flowers. It has spread almost down to the drive way, I also have
> a row of "grape" hyacinths, & have Penstemons behind & part around the
> tree & later the Liatris & the asters fill in.

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