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Re: today in zone 8-9

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Donna wrote:

>Well good.. now that you are done there, you can come here and help-- gosh
>am I sore since I haven't used some of these muscles (or lack of) since last
>Did I miss the post of where the pictures are?
>>I got the new plants purchased yesterday into the ground (including a
>>really cute heather I bought this AM at the farmer's market).  Mowed the
>>lawn, pruned the lemon tree (this thing has the weirdest growth
>>pattern).  Then decided to tackle my "problem area" in the front near
>>the sidewalk.  I dug out the yellow iris (not sure what they are, but
>>they get REALLY tall and spread like crazy).  Decided just to toss them
>>all in the garden waste bin.  Moved a very sad looking ceanothus.  Put
>>down 3 more stepping stones (so now I can take the shortcut of stepping
>>stones down to the mailbox, without stepping on wet grass).  Put in a
>>couple more short plants (a thrift, sweet violet, and another creeper).
>>Then mulched!  Looks much better!  In fact, think I'll got take some
>>pics to post to my yahoo site.
>>Then, put down the red plastic around the tomato plants and put in the
>>tomato cages.  I still have a few straggle snow peas, but they are
>>fading fast with the warm weather.
>>Off to take pics!
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