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RE: native plants

I'm with Chris and zem amd Andrea - you'd better not still be home to read
Difficult time of year to figure out what plants might be what, but the house
should make for an interesting afternoon (but step carefully).  Shame it's all
being bulldozed without even a look.

There's valuable that can be picked up and run away with (diamond jewelry's
probably all gone <grin>), and there's valuable that can't - friend of mine
sold her father's very old house in western WV and they pulled it apart to sell
the pieces - turns out the solid wood doors, plus if I recall the windowsills
were made of marble, went for more than what they paid her for the whole thing.
 Parts and pieces that are renovators' dreams.

Let us know how the adventure turns out!

Maryland zone 6

--- A A HODGES <hodgesaa@earthlink.net> wrote:
> Andrea H
> Beaufort, SC 
> > [Original Message]
> > From: Donna <gossiper@sbcglobal.net>
> > To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> > Date: 4/3/2005 11:43:23 AM
> > Subject: [CHAT] native plants
> >
> > I know a few of you are into native plants so.... to make an extremely
> long
> > story into cliff notes- (em, pay attention, drifting thoughts)
> >
> > A friend of mine inherited an old farm house with 40 acres. Most of this
> has
> > been farmed, but the house area is wooded and has not been touched in over
> > 50 years. He is having the entire area bulldozed on Wednesday so I don't
> > have much time. 
> >
> > Thoughts on whether I should take a ride out there today (about an hour
> and
> > half from home) and view what could be there? Since nothing has been
> cleaned
> > up, I would have to id plants from dead clippings... doubt a lot would be
> > visibly growing now.
> >
> > And then there is the house- no one has been in it for over 50 years. My
> > friend has no idea what if anything is in there, as he has never step foot
> > inside. He figures if anything worthwhile was there, someone probably
> stole
> > it years ago...hum.. the curiosity bug got me on this. So I attempted to
> > suggest he go out there and see what's what before sending the bulldozers,
> > he handed me the keys and said - have at it- 
> >
> > What to do......
> >
> > Donna
> > Who feels there is a good chance of a lot of heirloom stuff in that house,
> > since his deceased wife's mother was murdered in that house. No one has
> been
> > inside since then......gonna be kind of creepy in there :)
> >
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