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Re: This weekend in the desert

lol! Boy does that sound familiar! :)

re: The Pots- where is Jim at? He is forever doing
this.... don't tell me he is off with Mardi at some
work trip... <lol>


--- Johnson Cyndi D Civ AFFTC/ITSR
<cyndi.johnson@edwards.af.mil> wrote:
> I did have the last laugh. Sort of. He told me a
> realtor stopped by while he
> was digging and said it would have cost about $75 to
> hire someone else to do
> it. The lineolum installation, which we've already
> contracted to have done
> along with new carpeting, is going to be about $400.
> Hubby agrees I was
> right and he should have investigated the options.
> Now, if only this meant
> he'd listen to me next time... 
> So anyway on Sunday I moved all the patio plants out
> of the greenhouse and
> set up the watering system. I have a couple big
> terra cotta pots that are
> falling apart - they have these enormous
> pelargoniums in them - and I have
> new pots, but I couldn't figure out any way to
> transplant them without
> severely damaging the plant and myself in the
> process. I decided to see if
> the pots will hold together through the summer, I'll
> take cuttings for new
> plants to winter over in the greenhouse, and just
> throw the old pot and
> plants away after it freezes. Any hints on
> transplanting big potted plants
> would be welcome. 
> I also managed to get six more tomato plants into
> the ground, deadheaded the
> rest of the daffodils, and replaced a bunch of my
> irrigation hoses. There is
> so much more to be done, but one thing at a time I
> guess. 
> Cyndi

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